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  • About repherb
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    Canada - Koodo
    Milky Way
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    Father of 3, guru of most things cellular/laptop/computer wise
    tinker, tailor, soldier, dad
    Home Maker & Father
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    Current Device: Nexus 4 stock 5.1.1, rooted, LTE modem flashed and LTE persist via build.prop set to read-only

    Past device(s):
    SGS3 i747M - KDO, stock 4.3, de-knoxed, rooted
    SGH-T989D - CM 10.0, rooted, Gifted it to a good friend (RIP)
    SGN2 i317M - Stock & Rooted - (sold it)
    SGSIII -SIM Unlocked/Stock ICS
    SGS i9000 - CWM, XBeaned to HELL!!

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Thought I would start a central thread for APN settings as I have been noticing everyone wanting to swap SIMs and roam other carriers but forgetting they need the proper APN or they will get bubkus for data. :D Bell Mobility: APN Name: Bell LTE A...
Hi all, I picked up a cute little tablet for my young kids to use on trips in the car from my local Walmart called the Hipstreet Titan HS-7DTB4-4GB. After poking around the OS, i found out it was rooted but not properly and you couldn't even run ...
CONFIRMED: Bell Optimus LTE 4G _CAN_ take any firmware. Unit recognizes 4G LTE stock from the Nitro firmware. Only Bell APN changes needed!!!!! Nitro _IS_ the Bell unit software, everything matches right down to the kernel. NO NEED TO FLASH THE BA...
There is. Battery pull. Leave it out for 5 mins. C if that helps :thumbup::D Sent from my GT-N7105 using Xparent Skyblue Tapatalk 2 ---------- Post added at 10:10 PM ---------- Previous post was at 10:06 PM ---------- Dude. The c...
i will see what i can come up with for disabling LTE. EDIT: Found a way, but i will NOT accept credit for this method. the author is unknown, but whoever you are, thanks a bunch!! 1. Tap the Phone app. 2. Dial *#*#4636#*#* 3. The hidde...