Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 21st Jul 2013 11:31 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless So, the CyanogenMod team is teasing something new. My guess is that we're either looking at the CM team getting early access to new Android versions, or - and this is something I really hope - an OEM, preferably a large one, has decided to ship a device with CyanogenMod preinstalled. A boy or girl can dream.
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RE: CM has problems
by sultanqasim on Sun 21st Jul 2013 16:18 UTC in reply to "CM has problems"
sultanqasim
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2006-10-28

I'm not sure what you're talking about. LTE has been fine on my (Qualcomm based) SGH-i747 with CM9, CM10, and CM10.1, AOKP, and just about every other AOSP ROM for more than an year now. And even though Samsung is hiding the specs and source, it's been pretty darn stable even with the reverse engineered hardware support. It's been so stable that haven't had a single complaint since I gave the phone to my non ccomputer-savvy dad 2 months ago.

P.S. Have you tried dialing *#*#4636#*#* and checking that LTE is enabled in the phone information tab? Its disabled by default on many ROM/carrier combinations. If its not enabled, switch it to LTE/GSM auto.

Edited 2013-07-21 16:32 UTC

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RE[2]: CM has problems
by wocowboy on Mon 22nd Jul 2013 09:06 in reply to "RE: CM has problems"
wocowboy Member since:
2006-06-01

I tried that, but as lots of other people have reported, the setting does not stick. Go away from that window and come back to it, and the original "WCDMA preferred" setting has returned. I also tried different APN settings but no dice. Nothing worked. I forgot to mention that I have an AT&T GS3.

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