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20 This flash contains an xml permissions file and the Tag.apk from the Canadian ROMs. Once you've flashed this you will have the option to turn on NFC in Wireless Settings as well as be able to install NFC apps from the Play Market. Obligatory Dir...
2 As in changing the phone name in the build.prop to a nexus? I'm not really sure what that would do. I'll look up the model number and report back what happens when I change it. As for flashing this, I doubt it will cause any more problems tha...
1 Ok, thanks everyone for the suggestions! I took the board off and attempted to unsolder the contacts. No go, need to buy a high temp soldering iron. BUT, I mashed the button really hard with a screw driver and it seems to have (temporarily) fix...
1 FIXED! I took a stab in the dark after doing a pull of the partitions to my backup hard drive and formatted the last, and largest partition on the list. It calculated out to about what my internal storage was supposed to be, which made me fairl...
1 Yup, it's just disabled on the AT&T for some reason. If you take off your battery cover and look at it, the chip is built into the cover itself. I tested transmission and receiving with a friend's Nexus. It works great.