You felt the need to highlight something that is of no concern. Makes sense.
All transceivers are hardware-limited in their output power, and the first part of this so-called “hack” (which is more like driver tuning) doesn't affect the output power of the transceiver. It just configures the device to use more HSPA/GPRS channels and such.
It does not affect anything related to the CDMA part of the transceiver. At all. It's purely GSM-related.
The second part (involving Radiocomm) I have no clue about.
Sony LT25i “Tsubasa”, stock, rooted, locked bootloader [Android 4.1.2 “Jelly Bean”].
Maximum speed witnessed over LTE: 98.2 Mbps down / 48.5 Mbps up; Average speed over LTE: 72.9 Mbps down / 45.7 Mbps up.
Btw ngtwolf: thanks for all your hard work troubleshooting the Pros. not a ton of interest in them like in the latest and greatest (read, biggest. lol) phones anymore, but those of us that still use them, appreciate it.
the first part works like a charm..!
i live in a remote random country with sucks internet connection, and this boost my 3G signal from 1 bar (out of 4) to 4 bar (out of 5)
BUT....when i'm actively using 3G, my phone feels like cooking my hand...literally...and even after active usage, it stays more than just ordinary warm...
is this normal..? i don't think so...any insights?
i'm preparing to undo the changes...it's nonsense watching streaming video with medium-well-done hand...
besides, it's my primary (and ONLY) device, so i can't risk burning it...
bump for gms users
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