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LTE FIX!!!!!

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By prabjeetmaan, Member on 14th February 2013, 02:54 AM
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As u know that with latest android update 4.2.2 Google turn off the lte access. No worries

It just the radios so just roll back to previous radios .33 or .24

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2087227

Just go to this thread and download the modems and flash in recovery and guess what lte is back.....

Standard procedure I'm not responsible for any damage..

And don't forget to hit thanks



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well thats kind of common sense to be honest.
not really a fix but a workaround
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14th February 2013, 03:04 AM |#3  
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has this worked for you by any chance?
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I just finished doing this myself. It works, you just need to flash the 4.2.1 radio .33 over top of 4.2.2 and it works fine
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Originally Posted by zephiK

well thats kind of common sense to be honest.
not really a fix but a workaround

Even I know that too easy and common sense I just wanna keep things simple and clear that's it...and also wanna thanks to the efrant for the modems.

And yes it worked for me but I haven't test the speed so if any one tested plz upload it here thks

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Here we go....lte is back.

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I just finished doing this myself. It works, you just need to flash the 4.2.1 radio .33 over top of 4.2.2 and it works fine

I'm wondering what improvements the new radio has even though they have disabled LTE.
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lexcyn, quite a lot of improvements.
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lexcyn, quite a lot of improvements.

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14th February 2013, 02:08 PM |#10  
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Originally Posted by prabjeetmaan

As u know that with latest android update 4.2.2 Google turn off the lte access. No worries

It just the radios so just roll back to previous radios .33 or .24

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2087227

Just go to this thread and download the modems and flash in recovery and guess what lte is back.....

Standard procedure I'm not responsible for any damage..

And don't forget to hit thanks



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Rolling back to the .33 radio on 4.2.2 broke phone call volume.
Returning to .48 fixes it.

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