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9th June 2014, 05:55 PM   |  #11  
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I did, no luck



I've tried using LTE only with Network settings and sometimes get LTE to stick but no cell signal available then.



Kinda pissed right now, because I did use *228 and that might be it. It worked fine on stock and AOSP for a long time but I switched phones with my wife and did *228, got a new SIM card and worked but tried *228 to update roaming

That's what did it
.. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2667189
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9th June 2014, 06:01 PM   |  #12  
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That's what did it
.. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2667189
Check that out

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Well F me Verizon. Thanks! At least now I know and I can fix this. Thank you for solving this problem - with rooted, flashed 1k times, warranty voided I was afraid I was stuck with 3G forever. Hopefully the Verizon store doesn't care that my phone is rooted, they got a little inquisitive last time.
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Well F me Verizon. Thanks! At least now I know and I can fix this. Thank you for solving this problem - with rooted, flashed 1k times, warranty voided I was afraid I was stuck with 3G forever. Hopefully the Verizon store doesn't care that my phone is rooted, they got a little inquisitive last time.

No they don't care. Just if you make you feel better throw MDK back on there and freeze SDM but I've been in there for Sims running Liquid Smooth. Nothing they can do. Especially just for a Sim. That's a separate issue.

That post said someone had called them and explained and they fixed it without going into the store

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9th June 2014, 07:31 PM   |  #14  
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Well F me Verizon. Thanks! At least now I know and I can fix this. Thank you for solving this problem - with rooted, flashed 1k times, warranty voided I was afraid I was stuck with 3G forever. Hopefully the Verizon store doesn't care that my phone is rooted, they got a little inquisitive last time.

That damn *228 option. At least you know its not something thats broken forever. ;] Hope it works out for you man.
9th June 2014, 07:40 PM   |  #15  
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That damn *228 option. At least you know its not something thats broken forever. ;] Hope it works out for you man.

Got it working, did what someone suggested in that other thread and IM'd verizon and asked them to push PRL update to my phone, a few minutes later LTE!!!
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Got it working, did what someone suggested in that other thread and IM'd verizon and asked them to push PRL update to my phone, a few minutes later LTE!!!

Glad you got it working again

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