I am a proud Nexus 5 owner, but I hate stock ROMs and I love how many new, useful features custom ROMs pack.
I rooted my phone yesterday (note, this is the D821 device), unlocking the bootloader and rooting the stock rom went perfectly fine, however, when I flashed a custom ROM, the storage was wiped along with the system and it wouldnt boot up, so I went back to stock (I could access the recovery and bootloader, it wouldnt wipe, it would only give me storage mount errors and while mounting storage via the recovery it would show 0kb), this went smooth as well, so I decided that since I have lost my data anyways, I should give it a try and root it again. Root was successful, flashing a custom ROM too, I was happy as ever with many functions that I wished, I installed all of my apps, set the stuff up and so on (everything via WiFi). After that I had to leave and therefore disconnect the WiFi, now that's where the problem occurs, when I try to download anything from the net (even play store) the download speed doesnt even reach 30kb/sec. I tested it with speedtest apps from play store, download wouldnt reach 0.30mbps, while upload was at ~3mbps. I'm really confused at this point, could it be caused by the radio I flashed? (I used a tutorial on how to get back to stock) or is it a carrier issue and it's just a coincidence that I rooted the device when they have some issues? WiFi speeds are perfectly fine.
I also seem to have an issue with switching between networks (eg 2g -> 3g -> 4g)
this is the ROM I am using right now: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2606917
this is the tutorial I used to get back to stock: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2513701
I did not check the download speeds on STOCK ROM after returning to stock.
also websites load very fast too.
thanks for reading
edit: it doesnt seem to be ROM related, I flashed another ROM (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2525627) and the download speed is still slow.