VOLTE Patch for Le Max 2

shivatejapeddi

Recognized Developer
Dec 23, 2014
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What is this?
This is a patch for Le Max 2 by which you can enable volte for Le max 2.

Supported Roms:
1. Working for AKOP Rom (andrus)
2. Didn't test for other roms, andy body can test tell me whether working or not

Disclaimer:
If you want to add this patch to your rom, please give proper credits and link this thread too.
If you like this, press that thanx button. If you use this, consider donation.

Instructions:
Clean flash
1. Download AKOP rom
2. Download Volte patch
3. Flash the rom according to instructions provided on rom thread
4 In the end flash volte patch
5. Reboot.

Downloads: Link

Screen Shots:
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castuis

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Jan 21, 2011
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To see the options go to Settings/Restore Factory Settings/Network Settings Reset then reboot.
You'll have to re-sign into wireless but that should bring up menu
Only tested on Tmobile USA
 

Kedharnadh

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Jul 23, 2013
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Patch for Vibe X3??

Hi bro,

Is is possible for you to work on VoLTE patch for lenovo vibe x3,
We spent 20k on this mobile but Lenovo left us with no support.
All Vibe X3 users are dying for VoLTE patch.
Please try to help us on this bro..
 

shivatejapeddi

Recognized Developer
Dec 23, 2014
554
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123
Hyderabad
Hi bro,

Is is possible for you to work on VoLTE patch for lenovo vibe x3,
We spent 20k on this mobile but Lenovo left us with no support.
All Vibe X3 users are dying for VoLTE patch.
Please try to help us on this bro..
checked he thread for vibe x 3, there are no proper custom roms, it is only possible if roms are developed as per latest sources
 

pingu11

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Jul 26, 2014
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While engaged in a voice call, a user might pass outside of an LTE coverage area, so that call needs to be able to fall back onto legacy networks. The VoLTE standard accomplishes this with Single Radio Voice Call Continuity (SR-VCC).

[...]

SR-VCC requires the network provider to have the IMS framework in place, but it also impacts device design. To support SR-VCC, devices must not only be able to connect to both the LTE and the legacy networks, but be able to connect to both at the same time. This is governed by the antenna architecture in the device. In order to conserve space, some devices, like the iPhone 5, will have 3G and 4G traffic sharing the same physical antennae, toggling between the two standards as needed. SR-VCC requires devices to have dedicated antennae for both 3G and 4G connections.
I may be mistaken about this, but the antenna is shared on the Nexus 5, isn't it? So it cannot support the LTE-to-3G handoff and as a result may never support VoLTE...