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  1. Just Magisk/Xposed. I don't suppose it could be something with GravityBox? Pretty sure it happens even with that disabled, but I will confirm. To re-produceable, make sure you're switching away from SignalCheck WITHOUT using the back button (e.g. with the home button, and then using the NOTIFICATION to switch back. Sent two diagnostic reports just in case there's anything in there that might help. One is after following the above steps several times to trigger the bug (but BEFORE trying to exit), and the other is immediately after the first exit attempt (when the app just opens again instead).
  2. Sorry for the double post. Made a video of the bug in action: To reproduce: 1. Switch away from the app without using the back button. 2. Use the notification to switch back. 3. Try to exit app.
  3. Mike, I'm on Pixel 2 (not XL) running Android 8.1 and there's a really annoying, consistently re-produceable bug with multitasking. Apologies if it's already reported, but I'm pretty sure it's been in multiple releases. If you use the BACK button to back out of the app, and then switch back to it again later, you can exit the app normally. If you use the HOME or app switcher buttons instead, it's like the app creates a new activity view and pushes it onto the history stack. It's cumulative too, so sometimes you have to end up pressing BACK or menu -> Exit multiple times to back out of all the views before the app will finally close.
  4. Public channel. You're saying under the latest beta, if I'm a Sprint user, and I roam onto T-Mobile which presents itself as 311490 on the tower, and I already have a note saved for the same GCI under T-Mobile 310260, I'll be able to see that note?
  5. T-Mobile uses Clearwire 311490 as a secondary PLMN on their sites to enable Sprint roaming. I'm asking if you can make notes from 310260 show up for 311490, similar to what you are doing with 310120 and 312530.
  6. Mike, Can you add something to make T-Mobile (310260) notes show up when roaming from Sprint (311490)?
  7. I understand the benefits of higher-order MIMO and receive diversity (and I am aware Sprint is focusing on 4xRx diversity for 800 MHz). What I do not understand is how the setup in the linked permit would achieve that without a C2PC on the RRH and something to tie them together.
  8. I don't see anything in the actual permits to hint at higher-order MIMO for 800 MHz. I do see mention of (and support for) a second 800 LTE carrier. Taking occupied bandwidth into consideration, Sprint should have enough spectrum in most markets to do two 3x3 LTE carriers + 1 CDMA carrier in 800 MHz (as opposed to one 5x5 LTE + 1 CDMA carrier). That makes a lot more sense to me than trying to get 4x4 MIMO into tablets.
  9. At least they're finally using Google Maps officially now. No excuse for not making that change years ago.
  10. Ericsson has already been doing these in New Orleans with 2x RRUS 11 B26A.
  11. Keep in mind these are being used on existing, non-Clear macro sites, and you need at least one per sector. The Downtown Shreveport site, for example, uses 5 in total.
  12. When I still had an Airave, I would use Google Voice integration over Wi-Fi to call support. Think I was using PBXes.org as an SIP gateway at that time, but Hangouts Dialer works today.
  13. We see it all the time in Ericsson land, particularly on 4x2 MIMO sites.
  14. The multi-tenant ODAS at LSU Tiger Stadium uses hex 01-0F inclusive for band 25 nodes and hex 19-27 inclusive for band 26 nodes.
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