Originally Posted by roirraW "edor" ehT
With both JasmineROM 9.x and SkyDragon 6.x, you MUST either flash the 24B bootstack (either before or after flashing the ROM) or flash the 35B bootstack (only AFTER the flashing the ROM).
One of the things I wondered is if the 35B bootstack or modem was to blame for HD Voice not working on XDABBEB's 35B ROM, since both Jasmine and SkyDragon used 24B bootstacks.
I tried JUST flashing the 24B modem over top of my already working XDABBEB's 35B ROM. Sadly this resulted in me having no signal whatsoever. I had to flash the 35B modem to get signal back. But I wonder if there is a way to use the 24B modem on XDABBEB's ROM? That if it even matters. I'm grasping as straws here. I'm still leaning toward the line of thinking that XDABBEB debloated something in his ROM that broke this, especially since I can't find any reports of someone confirming ever having had HD Voice working on his 35 B ROM
BTW - is it worth even trying the 6.0 based ROM's at this point? I figured you're the guy to ask. I want to maintain ROOT and Xposed. Is there a ROM that's basically stock worth trying that support both without crazy hoops?
Originally Posted by altwu
yup, that's what i'm seeing.
prior to upgrading to 47a, i was running jasmine 4.0, which was 4.4.2 based also. advanced calling was enabled and worked. i downgraded to 10b and then went through the all the steps to upgrade to 47a. after i installed 47a, "Activate Advanced Calling" was not grayed out and it was clickable, but i didn't click it. also, there was no fine print saying that the service was upgraded. my verizon account on the website said that advanced calling was enabled, so my phone and my account were not in sync regarding this feature. disabling the feature in my account got my account to match my phone. from there i could enable it and my phone and account would still match.
it sounds like your phone thinks you don't have advanced calling enabled. does that match with the setting in your account on the website? if not, disable it again in your account so it matches your phone, wait a while, and enable again. i wouldn't bother with the My Verizon app, since it's one more variable in the mix. but if you want a challenge and somehow get your phone, account, and My Verizon app to all show the same advanced calling status, then i'd say you're golden.
as a last resort, call verizon for help. i know it's painful to talk to them. they should be able to push advanced calling enable/disable signals to your phone right away so you don't have to play the waiting game.
Basically, disabling/enabling the feature on the Verizon website seems to have no effect on my phone, EXCEPT, if I disable it on the website, I can then Activate it on my phone, after which, it asks me to wait 5 minutes and reboot. So it DOES recognize the service status, for the purpose of the Activate setting, which, seems to use the My Verizon App for functionality (because without the My Verizon app, this setting does nothing).
However, even after activating it on the phone, and rebooting as instructed, it still doesn't work. It goes right back to Activate again, without being grayed out anymore, I'm still missing the HD Voice toggle, and it doesn't actually work.
Calling Verizon I believe will be a very frustrating dead end considering I'm not running a stock ROM and I'm rooted.
I'm rather convinced that XDABBEB's 35B ROM has something debloated in it that's preventing this from working, some APK or service it's missing. I just wish I knew WHAT, so I could sideload it from another image ,ugh.
There's precious little info out there that I've found, on what exactly, Verizon's HD Voice functionality uses, in terms of apk's and services etc.
I'd really like to solve this, but I lack the base knowledge on how this operates to figure it out, which is why I'm leaning towards changing ROM's to be done with it. But I hate giving up, and I otherwise really love @xdabbeb
's 35b ROM. If only I could make it work