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21st August 2015, 02:50 AM |#5901  
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can't. redirects to sprint zone. hard wired = hard wired. and because sprintzone is not installed, ERROR.

As someone who has to call customer care multiple times on a daily basis, pick up another phone and dial 888-211-4727, enter your number, then at every prompt hit zero, after three zeroes you will be connected to a live person.
 
 
28th August 2015, 01:39 PM |#5902  
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My NFC stopped working randomly. Can't seem to select the on/off selection and it seems to be lightly highlighted in my drop down menu, I can turn s-beam on and off but not the NFC button or service. Help please...
28th August 2015, 02:43 PM |#5903  
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My NFC stopped working randomly. Can't seem to select the on/off selection and it seems to be lightly highlighted in my drop down menu, I can turn s-beam on and off but not the NFC button or service. Help please...

No idea, we no longer support this older build.
You might have to start over with a fresh flash to see if that resolves it as there might be a conflict with another app maybe.
Make a backup first.
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2nd January 2016, 09:51 AM |#5904  
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Happy New Year, all!

I love MOAR 2.2 (yes, I know it's outdated, but it's stable as hell!) and want to keep it as long as possible. My only issue is that I have upcoming international travel and really need WiFi calling to work. The version in MOAR 2.2 is buggy has hell (because it's an early Sprint version) and has since been updated by Sprint for GS5, but not available as an APK--only baked-in to newer firmware builds. Has anyone tried installing WifiCalling.apk from OK4 (or other newer fw builds) in MOAR 2.2? If so, can someone please post the apk?

Thanks all!

Rompnit: Best wishes to you & your family during this difficult time!
17th January 2016, 07:31 PM |#5905  
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I'm trying to locate the Punch Out ringtone that came with the previous version of this ROM. Can someone please share it, or point me in the right direction of finding it?
31st July 2017, 11:29 AM |#5906  
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Ended up installing this version of ROM (4.4.2 MOAR) after issues I was facing with my Factory Installed Stock Lollipop (AO6). The issue is that the Galaxy S5 G900P would automatically answer some incoming calls and without connecting the calls, meaning that on my phone it would appear as if the call was answered but my calling party would still be ringing until going to voicemail.

I have made sure that auto call settings, all of them were off (I never turned it on in the first place), did factory resets, set the auto answer timer to its maximum of 10 seconds to see if I could force the auto answer bug to delay itself for at least 10 seconds before materializing itself and the tactic didn't help, that was all on the stock lollipop.

Next I installed the MOAR Lollipop version after having done a complete NANDROID backup of stock to my SD card and then fully wiping everything through TWRP. The install went fine. At the moment the bug appears to have gone out and the phone looked very perfect until I noticed that all roaming options were gone from its respective locations, then after googling for the past 2 days extensively trying to bring back the roaming options I heard about an app Samsung created called "Refresh Customizations" that was primarily made for people who upgraded to Lollipop from Kitkat and as as result lost access to the Roaming settings and some other settings, well I ran that program (after having done another NANDROID backup for this ROM), did option 1 and then option 2, and the issue was not fixed, but what I did saw later on is that the auto call answer bug had returned, when it felt like the call would get answered by itself without connecting the calls and without me having done anything to enable anything related to auto answering of calls.

Finally I decided to try the 4.4.2 version of MOAR to see if the problem didn't materialize there, and the auto call bug it still present there, but I made an interesting observation, is that if I left the phone on my table without moving it and then I call my phone, it would ring all the way till voicemail without the auto call and not connect call sindrome, but if I call my phone and then I move my phone like shaking it then almost right away the call would auto answer itself without connecting the call, meaning I can still hear ringing from the other phone and would eventually go to voice mail, the only setting that seems to be working out PARTIALLY is changing the auto answer delay seconds to 10 (like I had done on the Original Stock lollipop) and this time if I called myself and I started shaking the phone, the phone would vibrate about 4 times before answering itself on the final about 2 rinds on the other calling phone, pretty much in about 10 seconds. In other words at least I get a definite 10 seconds to answer a call which is better than before, but I still am looking forward in looking for the absolute solution to this problem. For me it appears to be something relating to a sensor of the phone and the phone app and some how triggering the call to be answered, I have all motion and gestures disabled as well as in the acceptability, nothing seems to help.
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