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12th March 2014, 06:27 PM   |  #1  
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Is there any way to enable MobileData toggle on 4.4.2 Canadian Galaxy s4 (i337m)

In the T-Mobile forums I found this tutorial:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...0#post43042030

But when I try to edit with SQLite Editor, it displays an Error (Error 14)

Well... I tried other way to edit via Ubuntu without success, but I have some clues based on the thread above:
  • In data/data/com.android.providers.settings/database you will find settings.db
  • Open with SQLite Database Browser and go to "Browser Data" tab
  • Select "System" in table and scroll down until you find this value name: notification_panel_active_app_list
  • In "value" you will find all the features enabled (Wifi;Location;SilentMode...etc.)
  • But if you put "MobileData;" after "AirplaneMode" value, save and pull to the original place fixing permissions with root explorer, you will get a eternal Samsung logo after reboot... so

Is there a way to enable toogles in Quick Settings?
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Originally Posted by vicl89

Is there any way to enable MobileData toggle on 4.4.2 Canadian Galaxy s4 (i337m)

In the T-Mobile forums I found this tutorial:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...0#post43042030

But when I try to edit with SQLite Editor, it displays an Error (Error 14)

Well... I tried other way to edit via Ubuntu without success, but I have some clues based on the thread above:

  • In data/data/com.android.providers.settings/database you will find settings.db
  • Open with SQLite Database Browser and go to "Browser Data" tab
  • Select "System" in table and scroll down until you find this value name: notification_panel_active_app_list
  • In "value" you will find all the features enabled (Wifi;Location;SilentMode...etc.)
  • But if you put "MobileData;" after "AirplaneMode" value, save and pull to the original place fixing permissions with root explorer, you will get a eternal Samsung logo after reboot... so

Is there a way to enable toogles in Quick Settings?

What I did was replace system.apk and system.odex. backed them up and replaced with system.apk grin Maple Leaf ROM.

This showed me to use the sqlite editor method.

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What I did was replace system.apk and system.odex. backed them up and replaced with system.apk grin Maple Leaf ROM.

This showed me to use the sqlite editor method.

Sent from my SGH-I337M using Tapatalk

Can you upload the apk in a server please? Did it work for you? Please send me some screenshots if you can. Thanks!
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Originally Posted by vicl89

Is there any way to enable MobileData toggle on 4.4.2 Canadian Galaxy s4 (i337m)

In the T-Mobile forums I found this tutorial:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...0#post43042030

But when I try to edit with SQLite Editor, it displays an Error (Error 14)

Well... I tried other way to edit via Ubuntu without success, but I have some clues based on the thread above:

  • In data/data/com.android.providers.settings/database you will find settings.db
  • Open with SQLite Database Browser and go to "Browser Data" tab
  • Select "System" in table and scroll down until you find this value name: notification_panel_active_app_list
  • In "value" you will find all the features enabled (Wifi;Location;SilentMode...etc.)
  • But if you put "MobileData;" after "AirplaneMode" value, save and pull to the original place fixing permissions with root explorer, you will get a eternal Samsung logo after reboot... so

Is there a way to enable toogles in Quick Settings?



Try with this app https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ueller.dbadmin
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Try with this app https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ueller.dbadmin

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Thanks! it worked

I cant make it, maybe Im not using correctly the SQLite Debugger app. Please help me.
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I cant make it, maybe Im not using correctly the SQLite Debugger app. Please help me.

In my case the SQLite app didn't work for me, try SQLite Debugger and problem solved!
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In my case the SQLite app didn't work for me, try SQLite Debugger and problem solved!

Thats the one Im using, I do the changes, but when I restart still there is no Data Toogle ...I will keep trying.

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