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Well I'm trying out CM 10.2 right now but having a flashable version could work well if I switch back.
 
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I examined Kyler's Froyo. Sadly it seems this functionality has been hardcoded into Settings.apk and BlurPhone.apk.
 
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Ahhh, it seemed like that when I tore it apart.
 
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I just examined the latest AT&T firmware (2.3.6) and I found the same thing therein. That means the same functionality should exist in the latest official GB as well?
I can't test this myself, I'm running a custom ROM and I don't really want to reflash now, plus to my knowledge none of the networks here offer cell broadcast.
 
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I know florida has it, Due to ya know, all the high emergency weather and dangerous child kidnappers :P
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