Code: The 3G tweak is as follows: Open root explorer (or whices) and navigate to /data, long click local.prop and scroll down to open in text editor. at the end of local.prop add the following lines and an extra empty line at the end, then reboot. voila you should have a more consistent, less laggy 3G connection. /edit You can find a scripted 3G tweak in zeppelin's newst verion of supercharger. Be warned though as this may not work at all or it may softbrick all wireless connections the code is (much thanks goes out to Zeppelinrox) ro.ril.hsxpa=3 ro.ril.gprsclass=12 ro.ril.hep=1 ro.ril.enable.dtm=1 ro.ril.hsdpa.category=28 ro.ril.enable.a53=1 ro.ril.enable.3g.prefix=1 ro.ril.htcmaskw1.bitmask=4294967295 ro.ril.htcmaskw1=14449 ro.ril.hsupa.category=9 again, save this at the end of build.prop WITH an extra empty line at the end, reboot and you're done. you may notice overall smoother download speeds, higher upload, and faster ping-pong roundtrips. Now for the fun part! you can try this at your own risk, I have had no problems in the execution of this hack. Much thanks goes out to monks700 for helping me figure things out. The Radiocomm radio driver Throttle Remover hack! Okay so this should be relatively straightforward. Radiocomm will run on W7 32-bit (also 64 bit. ignore any warnings/errors). You need version 11.11.7 (download link is at the bottom of this post) . The MA should be set to common->MDM 6x00, Under the menu Settings->USB you should select PST driver. Plug in the phone and put it in PC mode. Radio detection should turn from red to green, A few motorola drivers may install. Then use the arrow buttons at the middle right of the screen to scroll to the P2K 4 tab. In the STElem / RDELEM box you will see a few text fields: change element id to 01C2 record to 0001 offset is unchanged and length to 0001 Data is 01 Press STELEM (one of the buttons in the box). The text box at the upper middle of Radiocomm will change to green and tell you that things were successful (if you scroll down a bit, that is) Go ahead and reboot your phone, it should be all set. And thats all. I personally have noticed a definite increase and sustained rate of download speeds when in a high speed 3G area versus having the speeds jump around often Code: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/7632904/RadioComm_v11.11.7_Install.msi, courtesy of pilonull - Works with 64 bit windows 7!