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An experimental post over at XDA had some of us cause changes to our photon that we did not anticipate, mainly not being able to revert back. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1870916&page=2 Post #20.

 

Doing those steps caused the photon to NOT be able to go back to the "default" settings of which frequencies it is set to use when around the US / World. basically, no auto-roaming.

 

We can fix the issue by using QPST to select the right bands, but no one is sure what the right bands were. Was wondering if someone who has not done this method can take a screenshot of their phone in QPST so we have a baseline of what needs to be selected and not. The tab in QPST is UMTS System. Picture attached for a reference of what we are running for now to at least allow auto roaming in the USA.

 

Thanks and much appreciated.

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Yes, in the thread that is said to be an option..but more of a last ditch effort. Was hoping the fix was as simple as checking a few boxes, but I also wonder if this change altered other areas that are unknown. Possibly the factory reset is the safer way to go.

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An experimental post over at XDA had some of us cause changes to our photon that we did not anticipate, mainly not being able to revert back. http://forum.xda-dev...=1870916&page=2 Post #20.

 

Doing those steps caused the photon to NOT be able to go back to the "default" settings of which frequencies it is set to use when around the US / World. basically, no auto-roaming.

 

We can fix the issue by using QPST to select the right bands, but no one is sure what the right bands were. Was wondering if someone who has not done this method can take a screenshot of their phone in QPST so we have a baseline of what needs to be selected and not. The tab in QPST is UMTS System. Picture attached for a reference of what we are running for now to at least allow auto roaming in the USA.

 

Thanks and much appreciated.

 

I just grabbed a screenie and posted it for you guys over on XDA:

 

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=33142921&postcount=43

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