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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    I just want to say thank you to everyone who donate, I have sent you the private beta version in case you want to test it.
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    thanks a lot, the new version is going to be released in next week (I hope everything will go well with it.) Update: Sorry for the delay, but it's not ready yet.
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    There's no ETA at the moment, but the App is almost ready to release. I just want to rewrite some parts of the code and maybe release the whole thing as an open-source project. Due to the very facts made you mad, I don't have any motivation to work on this project and any other region specific...
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    It seems that the current version doesn't work on most of the JB ROMs. PS: I'm working on WiFix 2 (which is in private beta state now.) PPS: Your signature made me smile... :)
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    I'd release the source code for the next version. Currently there's a private beta (to be released as WiFix 2 soon) which appears to work on newer Android builds as well. Regarding to donation, Thank you, really appreciate that. The more support I get from people, the more motivated I will...
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    read the first post before posting support requests!
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    The ISO 3166-1 compliant country code for India is IN. You can try US or EU if it doesn't work.
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    OK, I updated WiFix (Current version is 1.21). You guys may want to start with testing this one, all you need to do is to install WiFix Manager V1.32 and download the updated version of WiFix with it.
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    Alright, people still saying it's not working on JB and I don't have any other devices (it's already working fine on my HD2 with a JB ROM.) I'm calling for a volunteer to test a few things, send me the system logs, etc. So I will be able to find where the problem is.
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    WiFix Manager 1.32 I've just released an update to WiFix Manager to address some issues reported in this thread. You can see the change log in first post. Enjoy :)
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    Just remove the WiFix Manager APK from /system/apps with a root explorer (ex. ES File Explorer) or "adb shell" and install the new version from Google Play.
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    Did you try dialing *#94349#? (WiFix engaged toast message should pop up).
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    As I said many times before, dial *#94349# to manually invoke the application.
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    This is a known issue. If you reboot your device without turning off the WiFi, basically you won't have internet access until you reconnect to the router. I tried to fix the problem by turning off the WiFi on boot (and restore the state after a few seconds) but sometimes it's not effective, so...
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    No, I think that will be more helpful if you provide more detailed information instead of saying it doesn't work :)
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    It already works on JB. You may need to manually invoke it once, after installation.
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    First of all fix your permissions. Then assign an static IP address and see if it works.
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    Have you tried dialing *#94349#?
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    I don't have my computer with me for a while, why don't you use unlimited.io HBOOTs? They also by pass the CID check. If you already have my HBOOT installed, you can upgrade to unlimited.io ones by executing fastboot flash hboot <NAME OF THE FILE> or following the instructions in their website...
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    New Version New version for WiFix Manager again :) I just fixed minor layout bugs and published the application to Google Play. Since I signed it with a new key, you should uninstall the previous version and install the new one from Google Play. Those who have no WiFi access when SIM is...
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    That means, WiFix didn't install correctly.
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    Post Don't care about this thread , please close it !

    I didn't mean to offense or anything :), just wanted to report that it's not working on SXL and tried to explain why. I my self really like to try and discuss these things... And if I were you I'd rather not to delete it. It may be useful for many people in many ways...
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    Post Don't care about this thread , please close it !

    If you need warranty, you shouldn't unlock your bootloader at all. You can also S-OFF your device by flashing unlimited.io HBOOTs. For doing so, you only need to temp-root your device. There is also a detailed guide in Sensation XL General Section that might help.
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    Post Don't care about this thread , please close it !

    First of all, this method ain't gonna work since the locked flag is stored in Radio NVRAM and what is stored in misc partition is for RUUs. Second, "OOW" in "LOCKED OOW" means "Out Of Warranty"!
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    Well done :) I took my last final exam yesterday and was ready to start working on the new HBOOT today... glad you've done it. PS: I updated the first post and added the link to your website.
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    Your fastboot getvar all output, shows that you're already S-OFF. From this point follow the instructions in the second post. PS: You also want to black out the serial number in your original post like what I did in quoted content :D
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    Post WiFix - Fixes regional Wi-Fi problems in Android 4.0

    Basically when you install WiFix Manager and Click Install WiFix it should extract it to /system/app/ after requesting root permissions. You should see WiFix version on screen then. Is that so? Connection problem or invalid MMI code after dialing *#WIFIX# means it didn't install correctly. Try...
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    Post [GUIDE]HowTo: Recovery, HBOOT, Radio, Root, ROM,RUU,SDCARD etc[Updates 01-09-12]

    By the way you can push the HBOOT image into /data/local/tmp and write it from there instead of /system partition. I assume you mean mmcblk0p18 by mmcblk0p25; mmcblk0p25 is the system partition, which you can't/shouldn't write hboot image into it. flashing supermisc is not needed unless you...
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    Post Don't care about this thread , please close it !

    I doubt if this works, the unlock_status flag is stored in radio NVRAM and what is stored in misc partition is for RUUs to check it. Since I don't have a locked device, I can't test it but what claudenegm said kinda confirms this. EDIT I can confirm patching the misc partition doesn't have any...
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    What do you mean by implementing CID? For (MAX_INT+1)th time, since the patched HBOOT won't check signatures you can edit android-info.txt inside rom.zip extracted from RUU, repack and flash it (fastboot flash zip). Alternatively you can extract rom.zip file and flash the parts separately...
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    Sorry, I'm having a hard time understanding what is your question. And kindly please read previous posts before asking questions, most of the questions here answered/discussed before, multiple times :)
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    Thanks :) But I'm afraid I can't continue working on this for about a month as my exams are in the way. By the way I couldn't reproduce CID error on my device (I tried a few RUUs and it works), however a temporary solution is already posted (see the first post) for those who have problems with...
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    Post S-OFF donation thread ->update

    Donation After getting S-OFF on SensationXL my friend, Reviewers contacted me to test similar approach on HTC One S (and you know that will lead to find the right way for other One series), now his phone is bricked (I'll make a post and explain the details with conclusion in the right place.)...
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    Of course you can (I mentioned it in the first post.) secu_flag (Security Flag) is stored in Radio. Basically Radio S-OFF means changing it from there. Alternatively you can patch HBOOT to ignore it which is exactly what I've done. These are two different approaches with the same effect...
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    Radio S-OFF is a different approach and since it's risky (I disassembled Radio image to see what can I do, I started by simple byte patching, and patched get CID routine but as people reported installing unsigned Radio bricks the phone, I didn't try that) and finding an exploit in radio image is...
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    Glad to hear you could unbrick your phone. By the way my name is Fardjad (pronounced fær.dʒɑːd) and FARDJADB means Fardjad's Bootloader :D
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    Guys please be careful when playing with HBOOT, Radio, etc. Here is the easy way to unbrick: 1. Flash your unlock token on 1.28 if it's (re)locked. 2. Boot into a working recovery. 3. Download this and push it to /tmp (adb push fardjadb_runnymede.nb0 /tmp) 4. get into adb shell and execute dd...
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    Recovery: We have only one working CWM there and people can just download the image and execute: fastboot flash recovery /path/to/image or fastboot boot /path/to/image I think it's easier than taking permission... Root and SuperUser: Permanent rooting and automatic installation of busybox...
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    You're very welcome, and your willing for donation is much appreciated. I don't have Paypal, so I can't accept donations. Hope S-OFF helps developers (And almost all the devs in this forum who don't even want to answer my PMs and simple questions, learn sharing their knowledge is the way to get...
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    Well other teams/people write their name on their work :) If you really want to change the name, I can do this for you individually...
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    I'm not sure about PGIMG*.zip but "fastboot flash hboot path/to/stockHboot" works.
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    Actually I've flashed Europe RUU in an Asia Shipped phone without any problem. You can try extracting the rom.zip file from RUU and flash zip or extract it and flash it's parts separately.
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    No, Actually you only need a stock recovery.
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    adb.exe crash is irrelevant to the tool it self. Turn off your virus protection and try running the file as administrator.
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    Post [DEV] S-OFF (wirte permission to NAND)

    Everybody check this out: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1663344
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    Post Runnymede S-OFF

    How to install RUUs with different CIDs You won't get Radio S-OFF with flashing this HBOOT. Having this said, even if you enable writeCID function in HBOOT you can't change the CID. I thought people prefer to install one of the custom ROMs floating around in Development Section and flashing...
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    Thread Runnymede S-OFF

    Runnymede S-OFF Since we didn't have S-OFF on Runnymede, I decided to work on it, and here is the result: It's basically a patched bootloader that pretends S-OFF (not to be confused with Radio S-OFF.) The following commands have been tested and working correctly: erase (system, recovery...
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    Post [DEV] S-OFF (wirte permission to NAND)

    Since it's not an engineering boot-loader (according to my limited skills and knowledge) it's a little bit hard to enable writecid function (Actually I couldn't find this function, there's only writebcid which is not enabled, and also useless; it writes backup cid) The patched bootloader allows...
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    Post [DEV] S-OFF (wirte permission to NAND)

    Check your PMs. (We're testing the HBOOT, will update the post with results) Edit: It seems it worked :) Thanks chrisme14 for testing, he will post a proof screen shot in a minute.
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    Post [DEV] S-OFF (wirte permission to NAND)

    I flashed it this way: TacoRoot adb shell stop start dd if=... of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p18 and it worked, not sure if it works on other devices (maybe my device doesn't have nand lock)