[DOWNLOAD] New CDMA/LTE Radios for the Galaxy Nexus

Discussion in 'Galaxy Nexus Development' started by wicked, Dec 20, 2011.

  1. wicked

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    Hot damn!

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    WOW, I hope this fixes the poor signal! D/l now!

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    How do we go about flashing these? Sorry, I only know how to load ROMS =\
     
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    Correct me if I'm wrong but it should be just like flashing a normal rom. Do a Nandroid backup to be safe, drop it onto your phone, then choose the zip to flash from the Clockwork Mod Menu.
     
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    d/l zip. Move to root of sdcard. Boot into recovery, install from sdcard, find the zip and install.

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    Or do it this way...lol

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    WOOT!

    Time to flash. :)

    And iKOWaGhost, I personally download from my phone (cause 4G is faster then my ISP currently), then boot into CWR, go to install Zip from sdcard, go into Downloads, then click the .zip that I'm flashing and click "Yes".
     
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    so are these supposed to help? I'm *this close* to jumping off the LTE bandwagon with the lack of reliability on these phones...!
     
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    Downloaded and running. Was showing -93db before on 3g and exact same after :(

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    So is this a ROM that will replace my current one? Because I'm currently running droid revo and I like it. Sorry, I've been out of the scene for a while. Thanks for the help guys!
     
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    No, this is an update for your radios...what determines signal strength and consistency.

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