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Original T-Mobile Radio?

22nd April 2014, 05:25 AM |#11  
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The .ril files in build.prop are set much lower than stock.you'll have to edit the values and should see a improvement in signal hopefully.

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Check APN Settings make sure they are right.

I checked the APN settings and they look to be all correct. Also I flashed the Radio zet that was posted above but I am still having problems with my connection going in and out. Can you post a link to a radio download that you are using for t-mobile? Thank you for all the help.
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The .ril files in build.prop are set much lower than stock.you'll have to edit the values and should see a improvement in signal hopefully.

Sent from my HTC One_M8 using xda app-developers app

How do I edit the values? Sorry, I'm kind of new to this. Thanks for the help.
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