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is LTE still functional on .48 for us Canadians?
I'm not sure about flashing just the radio, but if you flash the complete 4.2.2 OTA update, LTE certainly does not work.
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I'm not sure about flashing just the radio, but if you flash the complete 4.2.2 OTA update, LTE certainly does not work.
Hmm I'm on AOKP and I'm just outside the coverage area. I'll flash .48 on AOKP and see if it connects to LTE on my commute to class tomorrow. thanks for the upload!
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Anyone else seeing weirdness with Auto Rotation after flashing the .48 radios?

I don't know how a radio firmware could have anything to do with Auto Rotation, but when I'm running .48 (with perfectly fine signal and everything) I lose Auto Rotation (the settings under display are turned on).

Confirmed that flashing back to the .33 radios causes Auto Rotation to work again.

Re-flashing my ROM and Kernel on .48 Radios did nothing.

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[QUOTE=SubwayJrd;37966237]Anyone else seeing weirdness with Auto Rotation after flashing the .48 radios?

I don't know how a radio firmware could have anything to do with Auto Rotation, but when I'm running .48 (with perfectly fine signal and everything) I lose Auto Rotation (the settings under display are turned on).

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Anyone else seeing weirdness with Auto Rotation after flashing the .48 radios?

I don't know how a radio firmware could have anything to do with Auto Rotation, but when I'm running .48 (with perfectly fine signal and everything) I lose Auto Rotation (the settings under display are turned on).

Confirmed that flashing back to the .33 radios causes Auto Rotation to work again.

Re-flashing my ROM and Kernel on .48 Radios did nothing.

Anyone else?
same here. and i think auto brightness is affected too..
 
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same here. and i think auto brightness is affected too..
Does anyone have any idea why this would be happening (particularly the Auto Rotation bug)? I'm not understanding that. Has anyone flashed the full ROM and have Auto Rotation working? (I'm wondering if it's some weird problem with Radios written for 4.2.2, or some change like that in the Mako build of 4.2.2).

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same here. and i think auto brightness is affected too..
+1 auto rotate stopped working on .48 flashed back to .27 and its all good. Weird

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