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About jeremyvbk

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  • Birthday 02/24/1993

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    Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Note 3, HTC One M8 H/K edition(root,s-off),Lg g2, Nexus 5 Rooted , Galaxy tab 3 7", HTC ONE(retired)Galaxy s4 stock, rooted(retired)
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  1. From my understanding the 5G symbol displays on phones due to an Upperlayer packet being sent to tell the phone to display 5G , even without 5G being present. It is why you can see 5G NR band 5 on ATT, and not see a 5G symbol as the indicator. If you would like I work for ATT, and ny work shows a 5G indicator, but has no NR, and Just up the street a few miles I get an LTR indicator, but have NR band 5 showing. Maybe it can help you out
  2. Yeah Just dialing the *3001#12345#* is a pain. Having the widgets on the screen would be easier for sure
  3. So I was able to end up compiling the package, and even get the widget to be added on. Can’t get the app to display info as my iPhone X isn’t jail broken with root access privileges(think it needs it if I am seeing it correct). Will post some screen shots. Not sure where to go from here until a jailbreak happens for 11.2.1. https://imgur.com/a/2WEBFuj
  4. I was able to recompile it using the Code given, but nothing happens on the IOS 11.2.1. Just a black screen. Not sure what I can do with little code history, But I am trying to play around with it. If anyone wants to help I do not mind trying to contribute to this application. And would share the project once it’s working for others to side load
  5. So I know this thread is pretty much dead, But does anyone have a working .IPA file? I played with the source code some, and got it to compile, But just can not seem to be able to get the .IPA to install
  6. jeremyvbk

    Moto G

    I am sure it is easy to just flash a stock version to the device and Make it a non ad version, but with a $50 discount.
  7. I thought the v10 was rootable?
  8. Yeah I just got the s7, and didn't even look to see if it was root-able because I have rooted all of my phones previously. Gotta love when the US version has a locked bootloader, and Samsung hasn't given a way to unlock it for dev's, and users.
  9. I'm pretty sure sprint had/has half of the was In East texas. But they sold it to AT&T I thought. Not showing up as all ATT'so on the face spectrum dashboard though. But they have those 3 different bands of lte active.
  10. No AWS for AT&T here. There is a 10x10 block held by Atlantic wireless though. The other held by AT&T was sold to Tmobile years ago IIRC
  11. They already have Band 2, a 5x5 carrier in the GMO sites here in eastern texas, south of tyler. Band 12 is active around I 20 east of dallas, and band 4 is at 15x15mhz. Compared to verizon with a 10x10 700mhz, and 15x15 band 4. Att is killing is with a 10x10 in Band 2, band 12, and at least a single 5x5 block in band 5. And I want to say band 30 is here, or almost here. Sprint is running 2 5x5 band 25, and a single 5x5 b26 carrier.
  12. So far in the engineering screens. Cant say Ive seen it elsewhere. SCP shows the frequencies used. At least the beta version
  13. Also if any one noticed the 6.0.1 update now shows the LTE bandwidth MHZ. Nice touch
  14. Has anyone noticed in the ##3282# menu under edit, and LTE it has LTE roaming option? As well as CA settings. I am aware the CA are probably on all 6.0.1 samsung models, but will not affect this at all. But the LTE roaming one maybe a bit interesting to see if it has any use on the s5.
  15. http://forum.xda-developers.com/sprint-galaxy-s5/general/sprint-gs5-android-6-0-t3336758 This maybe what you are looking for. Sorry I do not frequent here as much as I used to but I hope this helped. Edit: Just rooted mine in a few minutes time just by following those steps, Flash TWRP in Odin, right after I went straight into recovery to avoid Stock Recovery being reinstalled. Then installed SuperSU, rebooted, then Xposed. Do note once I installed Xposed it took a little longer to boot, had to go through the whole "optimizing apps" screen
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