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[APP] Nexus 4 Modem Flasher and LTE enabler [4/24/2014]

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12th January 2014, 03:10 AM   |  #1  
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I have been working on this app for the past week and it is finally ready for release! It needs some cleaning up and a couple more features, but it is fully working as is. I had no experience with java or android app development before creating this. I am currently taking Computer Science at school and learning C++



Current features:
  • Choose and flash all of the available stock Nexus 4 modem images
  • Choose to flash some of the most popular Hybrid Modems with LTE enabled (More coming soon)
  • Auto flashes in recovery
  • Enable needed LTE at the push of a button
  • Ability to install latest TWRP for Nexus 4 from app.

Planned features:
  • CM Backup script for build.prop tweaks
  • Clean up UI
  • Credits in app
  • Request something good

Requirements:
  • Nexus 4 of course
  • Root

Credits:
Changelog


Available on Google Play
Or direct download here

App is now open source!
https://github.com/bpear96/Nexus-4-Modem-Flasher

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Will I get LTE on my carrier?
This can enable Band 4 LTE on the nexus 4. T-Mobile in the USA uses this for their entire current LTE network. AT&T in US uses it in select locations. Various carriers in Canada and Mexico are also using Band 4. Check the link above for your carrier.
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12th January 2014, 03:52 AM   |  #2  
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Looks nice, man. I've already got an LTE modem installed, but will be handy for going back to stock.

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12th January 2014, 04:03 AM   |  #3  
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Looks nice, man. I've already got an LTE modem installed, but will be handy for going back to stock.

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Thanks man! Feel free to let me know any suggestions or features requests you might have.
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Thanks man! Feel free to let me know any suggestions or features requests you might have.

Hmmm.... Maybe add a shortcut for *#*#4636#*#*?

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Hmmm.... Maybe add a shortcut for *#*#4636#*#*?

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Oh yeah! Great Idea. I will do that, thanks!
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What modems come with the package?

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Quote:
Originally Posted by chrisrozon

What modems come with the package?

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12th January 2014, 05:20 PM   |  #8  
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What do you guys think I should do something like this http://puu.sh/6iywW.png ? Or just leave just the 3 tabs , without the left drawer. I can put the Phone info menu (*#*#4636#*#*) in the overflow menu(top 3 tabs) along with about instead of the left drawer. Idk if its really needed

Edit: Or this maybe http://puu.sh/6iyQN.png , I think this might be the better option ?
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Three tabs + overflow menu is fine. However, if you go with the left menu I'd say put everything in it & get rid of the overflow menu.

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Nice app idea but unfortunately it did not work, tried enabling LTE and my phone froze and after a couple of minutes the app stop responding and it closed, same thing happened when I tried to flash hybrid radio, waited 5 minutes and never rebooted never flashed

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