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[Q] Neo N02-M

18th February 2013, 04:40 PM |#21  
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No new updates here?

I have a Neo N002i and hope to see JB on it or new kernels..

No one has it?
 
 
26th February 2013, 09:06 PM |#22  
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Originally Posted by arvin2212

Just look at the front of the box.

I have bought 2 pieces and on the label where your IMEI code is displayed the production code should read from the year 2013 onwards. Mine says 2013-01-08.

Can you please inform us where you bought the phone from? I am also very interested in battery life and gps performance. Can you give us some feedback on those two things? Thanks.
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Re: [Q] Neo N02-M
Battery life is great 2 days medium use, use rom with agps fix in 20 sec.

Very pleased with it

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17th June 2013, 10:45 AM |#24  
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hi guys!

I've just received the newer version N002i of this phone and have a smallBIG problem with it...

it allways changes it's MAC address and I don't know why, thus I can't fix it - yet.


does anyone have any ideas on how or what to do with it? really-really freakin me out.
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plz help me guys by sending/sharing your NVS_MAP.BIN file which can be found in data/misc/wifi folder

it seems that this missing file is the cause for the everchaning MAC. i would happily give this a try before RMA...

so plz anyone who has this file plz share!

thanx
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Originally Posted by petw

hi guys!

I've just received the newer version N002i of this phone and have a smallBIG problem with it...

it allways changes it's MAC address and I don't know why, thus I can't fix it - yet.


does anyone have any ideas on how or what to do with it? really-really freakin me out.


problem solved!

had to delete and/or overwrite WIFI and WIFI_CUSTOM files in /data/nvram/APCFG/APRDEB with files downloaded from somewhere the internet

MAC fixed, not changing anymore
25th November 2013, 02:10 PM |#27  
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n002i recovery
hi guys!

after using the N002i for a half year now, I'm feeling prepared to do some magic () and I would like to change the default recovery to a CWM-based.

question is: is there any of these or do I have to stick with the original? (which is chinese and I don't understand of course, therefore I can't use it...)
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hi guys!

after using the N002i for a half year now, I'm feeling prepared to do some magic () and I would like to change the default recovery to a CWM-based.

question is: is there any of these or do I have to stick with the original? (which is chinese and I don't understand of course, therefore I can't use it...)

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