How do you decode the firmware files BTW. I can't decrypt them
Awesome. Thank youIf you are in Windows - get 7-zip, extract until you get to super.img, use simg2img for Windows to decrypt image, open it with 7-zip and and extract 2.ext (this is a system image) rename it to system.img and open with 7-zip again. If under Linux - same thing - simg2img and lpunpack.
Awesome. Thank you
It's interesting they say that as from what I'm finding, all the codes is there. Even TMB and SPR are not under the "single" folder in etc/carriers.I'm t-mobile and I've spoken to them and they say that they plan to support note 20 soon as Sammy releases it to them
I take what they tell me with grain of salt. But was tech dept not sales, also for those with 9860, band nr41 is starting to turn on. They said they have about 500 sites in Los Angeles up and going. I haven't hit one where I live but they say their doing few every week. That was the reason for sprint merger to gain their bandwidthIt's interesting they say that as from what I'm finding, all the codes is there. Even TMB and SPR are not under the "single" folder in etc/carriers.
Looks like all T-Mobile MVNO carriers there as well. BST, SPR, TMB, and XAS. All other carriers are under etc/carriers/single
Making changes to cscfeatures alone wont enable eSIM. You need working euiccservice working propertly in priv app, which still wont install properly. You need to enable Sim card manager in build.prop and most important thing - EID would still show none in status of the phone. You need a working EID in order to get eSIM to work.Hey folks,
I've decoded the cscfeatures*.xml files and added the necessary change there *and* have also created a quick magisk module to splice in the EuiccService.apk file to /system/priv-app (will upload shortly, it's on another device) but here's my (likely rather simple to solve) question:
How can I force eSIM options to appear in the Settings app to actually make use of this mod? I have both an exynos N20 Ultra and a Snapdragon N20 Ultra (SM-N9860) - this is the last piece of the puzzle preventing me from migrating to the Snapdragon phone entirely so would love to solve it. Some report success with the US variant but wondering if anyone has got this working with the HK variant (N9860)?
I'd greatly appreciate any help!