Originally Posted by Noxious Ninja
You should be able to edit the network settings through EPST if you're running a Sense ROM. I don't remember what dialer code it is.
The main issue would be the radio frequencies. Do you know if they're the same as Sprint's/Clear's?
So after researching the functionality of WiMax, it wont be a frequency issue, WiMAX works like WiFi, in the sense that any WiMax device can pickup any WiMax signal, it then falls on the carrier's side to allow the device to connect. WiMax runs on IEEE 802.16, similar to Wi-Fi which uses 802.11.
, and a full sitemap of Wimax locations can be found at www.Wimaxmaps.org
Now what this has also been able to let us know is that Saudi Arabia does not have a Mobile Wi-Max infrastructure, they have Fixed/Nomadic Wi-Max which requires a person to be stationary in the vicinity of the signal. 802.16e is Mobile Wi-Max, and 802.16d is Fixed/Nomadic Wi-Max. Now I don't know whether or not the EVO is capable of receiving 802.16d wireless signals, just like some 802.11 cards are labeled a/b/g/n because not all cards are capable of viewing the same revision.
If the EVO is capable of receiving 802.16d signals, then it should only be a matter of finding out from the Wi-Max provider in SA as to what they require for you to be able to access their WiMax network, if anything at all.
The attached Images show the Mobile WiMax frequencies that are broadcast in the US, and the Fixed/Nomadic Frequencies that are broadcast in SA.
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Originally Posted by jerdog
This is XDA-Developers, not XDA-Please-Hold-My-Hand-Because-I-Can't-Read-And-Figure-Things-Out-For-Myself.
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