[MOD] Uncapped Data Mod for CyanogenMod 6.1.0 Stable

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JarrettXavier

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Oct 24, 2010
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Hey all,

Here is the Data Service Governer Killer mod that the forums have been buzzing about for CM6.1.0 stable release. Credit goes to BThomas22x from this post: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=10100043&postcount=1 All I did was package it up nicely for CM 6 users. Make sure you do a backup first and then flash the attached file from recovery just like you would a ROM.

Less than Scientific Data Speed Comparison (Speedtest.net app):
Before: 829kbps/479kbps || 891kbps/607kbps || 1019kbps/554kbps
After: 1691kbps/650kbps || 1239kbps/575kbps || 1148kbps/688kbps

If it matters to anyone, I'm running the 7.28 radio.

Edit: If you're cutting edge and need a services.jar that will work with CM nightly #184, scroll down to invisiblek's post.
 

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seanzer

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Jun 12, 2010
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Just a warning.. I'm running #184 nightly and this caused a bootloop for me.. not too sure why.

I'm sure there's just some differences in the services.jar from 6.1 stable to the nightlies.

:/

If no one beats me to it.. I'll make one after some mahjong :)
 

mmtoman

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Oct 5, 2010
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Holy cow am I impressed. I was beyond skeptical at first becuase I thought 3G was 3G and the speed just depended on signal. I guess this is not the case!!!! Incredible (sorry pun) improvements after flashing this> I ran eight speedtest.net tests using the app, four before flash and four after flash and the results are:

Before flash:
873 down /// 1025 up
666 down /// 962 up
783 down /// 1029 up
1266 down /// 931 up
don't know why up speeds were faster than down on some, can someone tell me why that is?

After flash:
2031 down /// 934 up
2220 down /// 856 up
1904 down /// 897 up
2201 down /// 938 up

Thank you sooooo much best mod ever
 
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tturner

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Aug 2, 2010
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For those of you seeing the speed bumps once applying this, were you all over 5Gigs? If I average around 3 Gigs a month, chances are I'm not throttled and probably won't see any speed charges, right?
 

larsrya8

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Mar 14, 2010
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Does this modification cause FCs in Mobile networks settings, or was that just a Sense issue? If it does cause FCs, shouldn't we edit the throttle files to remove the actual throttling code, instead of deleting the files themselves?

Side note: This is probably a great way to get Verizon to crack down on rooting... :p

Edit: Is this the source for these files in CM? If so, it looks easy enough to neuter it to not actually throttle.
 
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mp3sum

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Dec 14, 2008
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Does this modification cause FCs in Mobile networks settings, or was that just a Sense issue? If it does cause FCs, shouldn't we edit the throttle files to remove the actual throttling code, instead of deleting the files themselves?

Side note: This is probably a great way to get Verizon to crack down on rooting... :p

Edit: Is this the source for these files in CM?

S-Off, f'em.
 
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larsrya8

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S-Off, f'em.
Well... S-OFF and rooting didn't really have consequences for Verizon's infrastructure until now. If we're able to overload their towers because the tower can't ask phones to slow down, Verizon is definitely going to take notice. And be pissed. And they'll have a good reason.

I wonder how hard it would be to determine if a phone is ignoring the throttle request.
 
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    Hey all,

    Here is the Data Service Governer Killer mod that the forums have been buzzing about for CM6.1.0 stable release. Credit goes to BThomas22x from this post: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=10100043&postcount=1 All I did was package it up nicely for CM 6 users. Make sure you do a backup first and then flash the attached file from recovery just like you would a ROM.

    Less than Scientific Data Speed Comparison (Speedtest.net app):
    Before: 829kbps/479kbps || 891kbps/607kbps || 1019kbps/554kbps
    After: 1691kbps/650kbps || 1239kbps/575kbps || 1148kbps/688kbps

    If it matters to anyone, I'm running the 7.28 radio.

    Edit: If you're cutting edge and need a services.jar that will work with CM nightly #184, scroll down to invisiblek's post.
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    Just a warning.. I'm running #184 nightly and this caused a bootloop for me.. not too sure why.

    I'm sure there's just some differences in the services.jar from 6.1 stable to the nightlies.

    :/

    If no one beats me to it.. I'll make one after some mahjong :)

    i made one, its here: http://www.mediafire.com/?551c8btbtjoj8ec
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    Does this modification cause FCs in Mobile networks settings, or was that just a Sense issue? If it does cause FCs, shouldn't we edit the throttle files to remove the actual throttling code, instead of deleting the files themselves?

    Side note: This is probably a great way to get Verizon to crack down on rooting... :p

    Edit: Is this the source for these files in CM?

    S-Off, f'em.
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    how do I make a flashable zip file from this since .jar files dont flash in recovery?
    I have never done something like this before so want to safe than be bawling later. Help appreciated.

    Thanks

    Check this out: http://www.londatiga.net/it/how-to-create-android-update-zip-package/
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    Just restore /system if you didnt do anything else to your phone..

    He means you can also download the rom to your computer and push services.jar to your phone (into the right place)