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Question Toggle LTE (4G) with Tasker

I was hoping there was some way to use tasker or tasker and secure settings to toggle 4G on and off.
There is a 4G toggle under Custom ROM actions in secure settings but it doesn't work with the OnePlus One.

I am running CM 11S bld KTU84P Android v.4.4.4

If someone could point me in the right direction that would be awesome.


I know it can be done with Xposed and GravityBox but I like using the ART runtime and don't want to switch back to Dalvik to use Xposed.
 
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I was hoping there was some way to use tasker or tasker and secure settings to toggle 4G on and off.
There is a 4G toggle under Custom ROM actions in secure settings but it doesn't work with the OnePlus One.

I am running CM 11S bld KTU84P Android v.4.4.4

If someone could point me in the right direction that would be awesome.


I know it can be done with Xposed and GravityBox but I like using the ART runtime and don't want to switch back to Dalvik to use Xposed.
Same here. Does anyone found a solution?

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