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20th April 2012, 07:17 PM |#11  
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disregard the info on the mytouch 4g slide posted. On the HTC glacier (mytouch 4g) you can try changing the radio to see if it gets you better signal or speed. There is a sticky in dev section about how to flash radios, read the whole OP carefully before doing ANYTHING.

Good Luck!

And I don't understand it either..I love the specs, & it appears to be good hardware. Im wondering why more people ain't into the Amaze..

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20th April 2012, 08:41 PM |#12  
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And I don't understand it either..I love the specs, & it appears to be good hardware. Im wondering why more people ain't into the Amaze..

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Not much dev activity

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21st April 2012, 11:22 PM |#13  
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Just to let you know, I've flashed every radio available for the mt4g and none of them gave me better signal. The original radio has always been most stable for me. Just my two cents.

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