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[Q]HSPA Tweaks for Galaxy Nexus?

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8th March 2012, 02:47 PM   |  #1  
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Are there any HSPA Tweaks for the Galaxy Nexus?

Such as:
ro.ril.hsxpa=2
ro.ril.gprsclass=12
ro.ril.hsdpa.category=16
ro.ril.hsupa.category=8

Anyone know the numbers that are suppose to go there? Or would this work? This is from the NS forums.
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This used to work on previous nexus phones. But i think the gn is already setup correctly for max network. I dont see those settings in the build prop. Maybe they were moved.
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Originally Posted by RogerPodacter

This used to work on previous nexus phones. But i think the gn is already setup correctly for max network. I dont see those settings in the build prop. Maybe they were moved.

Those didn't really work on older Nexus phones either (you could disable things like hsxpa, but anything above 2 was ignored because it was meaningless). and were removed from build.prop with Android 2.3. I used to screw around with hsxpa on my Nexus One in the 2.1/2.2 days because T-Mo was having problems with its HSUPA deployment in my area. Setting HSxPA to 1 would disable HSUPA but keep HSDPA going. Setting HSxPA to 0 would limit you to UMTS.

The HSDPA/USUPA categories are limited to hardware. Setting it higher than what your phone can support won't do anything for you, and may result in reduced performance. You could certainly set it lower, since HSPA is backwards compatible, but why would you do that?
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