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  • About kibmikey1
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    U.S.A. - Verizon
    Los Angeles
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    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy ;)
    Android, history, traveling
    I'd tell you, but you wouldn't believe me.
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    "If anyone cries at my funeral, I'll never speak to them again." - Stan Laurel
    Andy made some cupcakes back in 2007, and I've been hooked ever since.
    Daily use: Google Pixel 2

    Google Nexus: 2010-2016. RIP.
  • Devices
    Huawei Nexus 6P
    OnePlus 3T
    Google Pixel 2


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The QFuse is actually an array of different bits that control several different things on the device. In this case, we're talking about the Qualcomm secure boot fuse, which is actually blown at the factory (hence it always being enabled) to preve...
would you care to write and updated guide one exactly what you did? the first post isnt updated with the htc modem fix. I am on T-Mobile and just this week they've turned on another band. dont know if its 2 or 12 or the 700mhz for LTE. the wife...
There are two easy methods: 1. Go to Settings-> "More..." (under Data Usage) -> Mobile Networks -> Access Point Names Click the APN "T-Mobile US GPRS" (or whichever is selected), scroll down to "APN Type", click that, and add ",dun" to the end...
How do I use that method to root? Download the 08M for Angler here, and make sure you get the Angler modified boot image and superSU 2.56 beta from Chainfire here, also make sure you get TWRP recovery and flash it via fastboot from here. Com...
It's what I would try. Download these, if you don't have them: Intel USB Driver ADB & Fastboot Tool and either stock ROM from Asus or if you prefer, the same latest ROM pre-rooted from here. Make sure you have the ROMS in your platform-tools...