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Rooting the EVO LTE to fix LTE Problem


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I have a question for anyone out there that has rooted their EVO LTE and is in a LTE area. I have been very, very anxious to finally root this phone. I get hesitant at first cause I honestly have no legitimate reason to do so, other than I just want to. I don't really have the major issues that many people tend to be having as far as connectivity and app crashing, that sprint themselves couldn't fix remotely. But, if I do root the phone and flash over a custom rom, would that fix the LTE connectivity issue the phone has?

 

Just curious, I might just be looking for any reason to root ;P

 

 

-Luis

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I have a question for anyone out there that has rooted their EVO LTE and is in a LTE area. I have been very, very anxious to finally root this phone. I get hesitant at first cause I honestly have no legitimate reason to do so, other than I just want to. I don't really have the major issues that many people tend to be having as far as connectivity and app crashing, that sprint themselves couldn't fix remotely. But, if I do root the phone and flash over a custom rom, would that fix the LTE connectivity issue the phone has?

 

Just curious, I might just be looking for any reason to root ;P

 

 

-Luis

No, rooting will not fix the LTE connectivity issue.
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When Sprint releases the next update to actually fix the issue, only then I believe will you be able to find a customer ROM that has those changes merged into it shortly after.

 

BTW I run a customer ROM not because I need too but because I'm not a fan of Sense. Right now I'm runnimg CM10 and it is just a better experience than Sense.

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As others have said, a custom ROM will not fix it. Trust me, if it did it would be in my ROM.

The "fix" if it exists would be in the radio updates that come with some OTAs.

Sent from my EVO using Tapatalk 2

 

 

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