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I'm just looking for a fully working custom rom to put on this phone. I need everything working. THis isnt my phoen which is why im not scouring the threads myself. If anyone can help thatll be great.
 
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Try CM10.2 which is the most stable custom ROM for this device. Also, you can try CM11 which is pretty stable too.
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Try CM10.2 which is the most stable custom ROM for this device. Also, you can try CM11 which is pretty stable too.
does 10.2 support wifi calling?
 
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To my knowledge, no custom image for any phone supports Tmobile's current implementation of WiFi Calling. If someone can prove me wrong, I would personally adore it.

That said, Almost any Image can be made to support SIP and VoIP, which is essentially what Tmo's WiFi Calling is, without the ability to use your usual Tmobile mobile number.
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To my knowledge, no custom image for any phone supports Tmobile's current implementation of WiFi Calling. If someone can prove me wrong, I would personally adore it.

That said, Almost any Image can be made to support SIP and VoIP, which is essentially what Tmo's WiFi Calling is, without the ability to use your usual Tmobile mobile number.
I'm coming from the HTC G2 and for awhile I had a custom ROM with WiFi calling. Technically I think I had to install it as an addon after I flashed the ROM but it shows it's been done. Here's the original thread where it was posted: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1664106. Was able to get WiFi calling on ICS even though there was never a stock ICS ROM for the G2.

So it might be in the realm of possibilities. I do know that the G2 had a lot more dev activity though.
 
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I'm coming from the HTC G2 and for awhile I had a custom ROM with WiFi calling. Technically I think I had to install it as an addon after I flashed the ROM but it shows it's been done. Here's the original thread where it was posted: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1664106. Was able to get WiFi calling on ICS even though there was never a stock ICS ROM for the G2.

So it might be in the realm of possibilities. I do know that the G2 had a lot more dev activity though.
Ok.

It's possible.

However, T-Mo pushes out plenty of updates to their Wi-Fi calling that aren't aimed at improving service; they are released to break custom implementations. The difficulty of porting and maintaining Wi-Fi calling is the reason it probably won't happen on this device.

Regardless, there is no 100% perfect custom rom that will shower you with perfect mana from the heavens above and make poo smell like cinnamon rolls.

Every rom (including stock TouchWiz) is a tradeoff. That's just life.
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Try CM10.2 which is the most stable custom ROM for this device. Also, you can try CM11 which is pretty stable too.
+1 CM10.2 stable is working great
 
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I'm coming from the HTC G2 and for awhile I had a custom ROM with WiFi calling. Technically I think I had to install it as an addon after I flashed the ROM but it shows it's been done. Here's the original thread where it was posted: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1664106. Was able to get WiFi calling on ICS even though there was never a stock ICS ROM for the G2.

So it might be in the realm of possibilities. I do know that the G2 had a lot more dev activity though.
I believe this is the old implementation of Wifi calling, which T-Mobile changed mid 2012, before the release of the Relay. There's a nearly $1500 bounty posted somewhere for someone to get the new implementation working for modern phones on AOSP based images.
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I believe this is the old implementation of Wifi calling, which T-Mobile changed mid 2012, before the release of the Relay. There's a nearly $1500 bounty posted somewhere for someone to get the new implementation working for modern phones on AOSP based images.
Yeah you're right, it was the old implementation. Realized you specified the "new implementation" after I posted.

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