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4.4.4 radio with sprint

OP finalhit

23rd June 2014, 12:55 AM   |  #1  
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I live in the los Angeles area and I'm having issues with my phone. I'm not quite sure because I botched the 4.4.4 flash the first time.

Firstly, I do notice that my lte coverage is improved. On areas where I would typically lose lte, I would still have it now. (I don't think this is to me towers). So I don't think my devise is physically damaged

Problem is, now I can't get signal indoors. Sometimes it would even register that I have data, but I can't make phone calls.

Any advice?

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23rd June 2014, 07:14 AM   |  #2  
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I'd start over with a clean wipe and flash the ota or your ROM again. Also, you can try flashing the radio again if you think you messed up last time. Some users have found that previous radios worked better for them. I've had great signal on sprint with this new radio. Better than any of the previous, though that's something to consider.

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23rd June 2014, 07:47 AM   |  #3  
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4.4.4 radio
im on tmobile and i have had 0 problems connecting and keeping connections on 4.4.4. i do have a few new problems but that may be because of the rom i have...

running carbon delta nightlys

from the battery being completely drained to a point where it shuts off, then plugging it and turning it on to charge... when i unplug it on the morning it shuts down like the battery is drained and after rebooting it's fine.

didn't do this before 4.4.4
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