I see that all the builds for this phone through CyanogenMod 11 have been merged, and require a custom built version per phone. I get that, and can follow instructions, I've used Linux before.... My question is I don't know how to merge all the different data I'm reading into what exactly I need to do for this phone. The issue is it's a bad ESN phone running stock Sprint 4.4.2, originally with NAE baseband which I downgraded to MDC in order to do a domestic unlock. Now it's working fine with HSPA+ and I don't want to break functionality (reading issues with calling in/out, etc). So, what do I need to do in order to get CyanogenMod 11 to run on this unlocked Sprint phone on AT&T, with MDC modem and NAE bootloader?
The following is the post I was referring to that confused me. It's about phone issues with non-stock roms on sprint unlocked phones.
Well, it looks like the 100% sure way to get this working is to do the outlined steps in the post linked above to the nightly builds of CM11, which I will link below (notice the spr/att designation at the end of the link)...
Other way looks to grab a jflteatt labeled rom from the Sprint Android dev subforum, but it looks more hit or miss. I might be way off and overthinking this, but I'm gonna try the mix/match way.