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iOS 12 brings updated field test mode for Qualcomm devices.

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Screenshot below!

It actually fills in values now!

 

iOS 12 beta 1 has 32.5.29 as the carrier update.

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1 hour ago, Elijah said:

Screenshot below!

It actually fills in values now!

 

iOS 12 beta 1 has 32.5.29 as the carrier update.

7647F933-7305-4EC3-870C-DCB322EF3872.png

About time!

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On 6/5/2018 at 12:54 AM, RAvirani said:

About time!

exactly !! the field test mode has been busted for to long !

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