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Default Boost Mobile xt1031 "Roaming indicator off"

So here is another one for you guys. I haven't seen anybody else talk about it on this forum yet. But every time I flash a ROM, even when it's meant for boost Mobile, I always get a roaming indicator off. It seams like I still have a data connection cause it shows 3g and such. But I'd it safe to keep doing it? Anyone have any idea what it could be?

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what does it say under settings->wireless & networks More..->Mobile network settings

specifically:
->Network Mode?
I have mine on home only

->CDMA settings?
mine are all grayed out

->Roaming Guards?
none selected in mine

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Also adding on to this I just started using the official nightly from cyanogen and still got the indicator.

Preferred Network mode is global

System select is set to home only.

Cdma subscription is set to NV.

It's weird cause in not losing data connection but now I can't seam to download pics from MMS messages. Idk. Every build seams to do this.

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And I couldn't find the roaming guard?

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