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Has anyone figured out a way to fix the GPS for NTT on 4.2.+ ROMs that you know of?

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I just switched over to a CM10.1 build from KBC Developers for the SC-02c.

GPS and SP Mode both work, though I can't speak for the long-term stability of the rom until I have a chance to use it for longer.

From my initial testing, GPS is fast, way faster then I was getting with any of the earlier builds.

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They also have a CM10.1 kernel that will allow GPS to work with any CM10.1 based rom.
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Is that the latest firmware for SC-02C? SC02COMMP4?
http://samfirmware.com/ talk that it was released in 2013 January.
 
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I just switched over to a CM10.1 build from KBC Developers for the SC-02c.

GPS and SP Mode both work, though I can't speak for the long-term stability of the rom until I have a chance to use it for longer.

From my initial testing, GPS is fast, way faster then I was getting with any of the earlier builds.

Here is the link:
https://github.com/kbc-developers/release/wiki/sc02c

They also have a CM10.1 kernel that will allow GPS to work with any CM10.1 based rom.
Thanks for the tip. I'll try to keep this in mind. Guess it's time for some kernel testing.

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im currently using cm10 stable
i just wanna ask, what roms are safe to flash on my sc-02c?
 
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im currently using cm10 stable
i just wanna ask, what roms are safe to flash on my sc-02c?
Just about any of the roms will work as long as you have the SC-02c modem and a compatible kernel.

The most recent modem that is included in SimmoF's AnyRom fix will work with any rom that is out there. Finding a compatible kernel is the hard part.

Siyah kernel is compatible with the SC-02c, but the most recent beta is only supporting on stock-based roms, no CM. KBC Developers has a CM10.1 kernel that seems to work pretty well, though it's not quite as fast as Siyah.

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Dorimanx kernel is based off Siyah and works pretty well and is updated daily.

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Has anyone been having trouble with the wireless connection? Both Wifi and 3G seem to fall asleep on me. And sometimes requires airplane mode on/off to get it started again. Other times, I'll suddenly get bombarded with with Emails and LINE messages that have built up (I know they built up because I get both on my PC - just didn't notice there was no notification on my phone). Is this possibly the modem?

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Dorimanx kernel is based off Siyah and works pretty well and is updated daily.

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I have never been able to get the GPS working on any of the CM10.1 roms with Dorimanx. Am I missing something obvious?
 
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I'm using the UHLPS NeatRom
Which comes with the Siyah 3.4.1 kernel
Then patched with Simmo's Any Rom patcher.

Everything works great except sometimes I lose signal as I'd my SIM is not supported and have to restart my phone to get a signal back. (Toggling flight mode doesn't work as it won't let you turn it off again!)

Well prob just try a later Siyah kernel to try and fix it though.
 
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To get root you basically just flash a new kernel (like Siyah or Sakuramilk). Someone wrote an excellent blog post here http://www.japanmobiletech.com/2012/...nmod-9-on.html.
There are now newer versions of the kernel and other files but the general process is still the same. I would start with that.
Note, you don't need to install that "CM9-build.prop ZIP" file unless you're going to install other roms.
It's much much easier to root via this method... On the ClockworkMod ROM Manager page just download the entry in the most right column ("Download Touch Recovery") in the "Samsung Galaxy S2" row.

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