What to change the Sprint banner to something else?This is a rough guide, maybe I'll get ambitious and spruce it up when I have some more time.Install HTC Sync if you haven't already.Enter DIAG mode, dial ##diag#, let windows install the drivers most likely it won't find the HTC DIAG drivers, but they are in the link above get it installed.Now in CDMA workshop, you really don't want to be effin' with stuff you aren't sure what it is but we are here to change the banner right? riight so don't be changing anything else and you'll be a-ok.Select your port, hit connect, hit read goto the NAM tab hit Read change the Banner from "Sprint" to whatever..hit "Write".then you can reboot the phone and its done.
I know this is a rather odd question, but, I know that on the damageless rom, it defaults to locate for GSM Radio Towers. Now, I know there is two HTC Hero devices, The Eris (GSM Version) and the Hero (CDMA Version), however the ability to search for different towers in the Damageless rom has me intrigued on if it is possible at all.
Why I ask is, I am going out of the country, specifically to the carribean islands and mexico. I am wondering if it is at all possible to use it like that. I really doubt it because I don't think that the CDMA version is backwards compatible with the GSM version, but I thought I might as well ask.
I was wondering what does this change and how (other than better battery life...supposedly) will this affect my phone? Will it continue to work the same as before? or will it only work in sprint network with no roaming or what?
Although the title has iPhone 4G and EVO 4G, it's more about the different networks and how they are approaching giving more bandwidth to their users. Writer indicates that CDMA has maxed out it's data speeds, hence the need for 4G, but that GSM has not. Anyway, interesting take on 4G. 4G Apple iPhone, Sprint EVO: Worth The Hype?
I read that the droid will be on verizon, which is a CDMA network, but i also read that it will support GSM radios. does that mean it will have a SIM card slot? and does that mean it could be unlocked to work on tmobile?
I don't have my Evo yet so I can't and won't say this works 100% but from what I've read and what people have told me this seems to fix the problem so you won't have to do the GSM/CDMA trick anymore. Many have told me that you have to manually update this by going into -> Menu > Settings > System Updates > Update PRL. Let me know how it works out for you.
I finally figured out how to root my phone and now I want to put the best, coolest, and fastest ROM available on it! I have absolutely no idea what this would be so could someone throw me some suggestions. Right now Im downloading VillainROM 12.0 for its live wallpapers but thats it. I dont really know if its any good or not. (HTC Hero Roms: VillainROM 12.0
Im wanting to install CyanogenMod-6 on my htc hero, which im currently running sprint 2.1 (.5) RUU, rooted & custom recovery, but ive never installed a custom ROM before, & the instructions on installing CM6 are vague to me.so can somebody PLEASE tell me how to install this ROM, step by step, for a 1st timer, like exactly what i need to do to get this on my phone & fully functional, along w/ the google apps.when i mean step by step, i dont mean whats listed on xda or his site.
Cyanogen has just made available CM 6.1 RC1 for the Hero CDMA. New link, this one should work for everyone and give it a couple seconds, got to be heavy load on it right now:http://forum.cyanogenmod.com/files/category/18-htc-hero-cdma/
I'm pretty sure I know the answer to this question. But I'm a hopeless hoper. Is there *any* way to force the epic into 2g mode even if 3g is available? can't find anything, seems like Android and CDMA don't play that nice together.
A friend of mine is a member of the EVO Facebook group and sent me to a link which reads as follows: "For those of you having battery issues I found a way to Dramatically improve the battery life. First things first, go into Settings> About Phone> Battery> Battery Use> Cell Standby. Assuming your phone has been on, or off the charger for ~10 minutes, it should show Time Without Signal at around 50%. Next thing, press Home and bring up the dialer. Dial *#*#4636#*#* (Do not press "Call"). After a second, it should bring up the "Testing" menu.
Go into Phone Information, press MENU, and tap "select radio band." You should experience a Force Close, don't panic, this was supposed to happen. Scrolling down shows that the preferred network type is GSM auto (prl). What this means is that even though you are connected to a CDMA network, your phone is trying to find a GSM network, preventing the radio from sleeping, and causing excessive battery drain. Remedy this by tapping GSM auto (prl) and changing it to CDMA auto (prl).
Now your done, your TWS should drop dramatically, and you should experience much better battery life! Note: You need to do this every time you reboot." I've changed it on my phone just now and the service still works as normal. I guess we'll see if the battery life increases. If this works and with overclock widget I should be getting some crazy battery life now!
Based on this thread in another forum (2.1 users what is your Time without a signal %" [Archive] - xda-developers) I did both the Airplane trick and the following:
The problem is a bug in a lot of 2.1 roms out there now. There is a fix: 1) Go to dialer, put in *#*#4636#*#* 2) Press Phone Information 3) Press Menu, and pick Select Radio Band (ITS NORMAL TO GET A FORCE CLOSE) 4) Go down and change GSM Auto(PRL) to CDMA Auto (PRL)
Both made my Juice Plotter (JD) increase in battery time left.
I've been trying to port a rom ovef to my cdma Xperia play from a gsm Xperia play I cannot find what files need replaced to get service for my cdma port attempt I've swapped out my baseband files the rild file I've switched out the (here's the weird part) baseband files and both framework-res.apk and framework. Jar I get the full working service but I have to litereally tear apart the port rom and basically make it a stock rom so its not really a port rom if I have nothing from the port rom. I'm confused and cant seem to get service or any answer on the files needed to swap I knobthe build.prop is built correctly
I have a huge problem recently I have booth a Samsung Galaxy S 4 SCH-R970 with carrier US CELLULAR and seems to use CDMA frequency only I was not aware that are difrent type of frequencies and the seller wont to have the phone back so for me is realy important that I can find a solution here. So it possible to use it in gsm country as mine?
I think I have found a quirky solution to this nagging issue with Moment but it requires some patience. Basically whenever I see that dreaded EVDO up arrow stuck in place, I quickly switch to WiFi mode. I will keep it in WiFi mode anywhere from 5-15 minutes and then will turn it off and switch to EVDO. So far in 3 out of 3 tries, the CDMA lock went away. Now, you might say that just rebooting is a faster fix but there are times when I'm browsing a page or doing something else and don't want to reboot. Give it a try and let me know if it works with your Moment. I'm running Amstel rom 2.0
I just downloaded a simple file and uploaded it with Astro to root my phone before I ever put a custom ROM on it. I'm just simply trying to find a root for my friends phone that doesn't involve needing to make a nandroid backup ect. like I did with my Ally. Does anyone have a simple root file that I can upload on my friend's Hero? He has the 2.1 update... also does anyone know of any custom ROM's for his phone that have the 2.2 update? If so, then I will go through the trouble to make his recovery, backup and flash the ROM (which should already have the root), but if not, then it's only worth getting a simple root.
You can now create a customised ROM containing only the parts you required - click here to read more about the MoDaCo Custom Custom ROM online kitchen!
MCR now optionally includes Wavesecure in ROM, allowing you to lock / locate / wipe your device remotely in the event of loss and be notified if the SIM is changed. The application cannot be uninstalled by a thief and we are actively working with Wavesecure to ensure that in a forthcoming release, your settings will survive a hard reset!
This ROM is based on the updated 'MR' ROM release series (together with my own optimisations) for the best possible performance! The ROM is packaged as a core version with optional add on packs.
Included in the 'core'
- Built with my new MCR build process which reduces size and boost speed of the ROM - Rooted with 'adb remount' permission and superuser APK - A2SD included (fully automatic - thanks cyanogen!) - create a EXT2 partition as your second partition to use. dalvik-cache remains on device. - Added Jbed Java - Added Dropbear SSH running by default, check 'About' screen for password (port 2222). You can now remove this by running /system/bin/removedropbear.sh - Added Notes app from Dragon - Added Spare Parts (run it and switch the 2 animation types to 'fast' for an even better experience!) - Added WiFi Status indicator, with kind permission of Andrew Schwimmer - Added busybox 1.15.3 with Droid Explorer support - Added nano 2.09 - text editor for use in shell mode - Added parted and sqlite tools - Added terminfo and settings to boot.img to allow nano etc. use - Added files required for Debian linux including loxley's updated bootdeb script - Added all 4 available HTC widgets - Moved Quickoffice to data partition to allow easy uninstall - Moved Google Maps and Google Voice Search to data partition to allow easy update - Deleted 'Learn More' application - Silenced boot sound (it's still there and can be reactivated with a file edit) - You can now check your MoDaCo Custom ROM (MCR) version from the about menu
Other optional add on packs (apply as normal update zips)
- 'WaveSecure' add on pack (puts Wavesecure in ROM - it is no longer in core) - 'Boot Sounds' add on pack (restores boot sounds) - 'Hebrew Fonts' add on pack (installs hebrew fonts)
Recommended applications (available from the market)
- More Locale for setting non english Locales
11/Jan 2.0 - MoDaCo Custom ROM for Sprint CDMA Hero - Android @ MoDaCo
ENSURE YOU DO A NANDROID BACKUP SO YOU CAN 'ROLL BACK' IF REQUIRED!
Please note that first boot may take a little while, especially if you have a lot of apps on your A2SD partition. Be patient! If you want a real clean start or you have issues with your existing A2SD installed apps when you boot, you need to wipe your EXT2 partition on SD too by executing 'adb shell rm -r /system/sd/app', 'adb shell rm -r /system/sd/app-private' and 'adb shell reboot'
The ROM is in an update.zip format for installation via the custom recovery image.
For the complete newbies, these are the steps you need to take with a 'virgin' Hero:
- Download and install (via rooting) the patched recovery image (step by step guide to follow) - Download this custom ROM, and copy it to your SD card - Enter the recovery image (if you're not in it already) by powering on while pressing 'home' - Select 'nandroid backup' from the menu to do a backup - If you copied the custom rom as update.zip, select 'apply sdcard:update.zip', else select the option below. - all done
Feedback / feature requests welcome! This ROM is posted in multiple places - although I try to provide support everywhere the ROM is posted, of course you will receive the quickest response at MoDaCo.
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i have searched, for list of decent roms for sprint hero w google cdma, ive found older posts but not very informative, want something to speed it up, function a little better mainly just wanna mess with my phone till i find something better. if there is a list of good ones out at the moment, pics would be helpfull also, and links to were to get them.
My question is, as you can see the title, can i use 3g network even though wi-fi is available? i heard wi-fi priority is higher than 3g or cdma. can i change that priority in specific application? this is one of requirement of the project. if anybody has an answer,
I have a CDMA Android phone, the Droid Incredible on Verizon. I have a pretty good background with electronics, hardware and software. Can anyone please tell me why all the apps in the app market state they are unable to toggle network connectivity off and on on a CDMA device? My device runs HTC SenseUI. There is a toggle widget that allows the mobile network to be turned on and off. There is a settings section that allows it to be done. Why don't applications have access to this functionality?Someone PLEASE be technical and detailed. This is a frustrating limitation that I just don't understand.
How can I find the IP address of the an HTC incredible connected to Verizon's network? My other question - do I have to make any changes to my App to run it on a cellular network? Till now the App was running on a Nexus One connected to a local Wi-Fi network.
I recently purchased a Sprint HTC Hero, updated to 1.56 and it still has horrendous battery life. I charged it to 100%, unplugged it, didn't touch it once and 4 hours later the battery was almost dead. After troubleshooting I think that the ZERO cellular reception I get in my home is the culprit. I believe that the phone is constantly searching for service and causing a battery drain. The HTC Sense widget only turns off the Cellular DATA, but not the actually radio. I would like to be able to leave WiFi on (i use Google Voice SMS at home) and disable the CDMA Radio alltogether.. is there a way?
Is there a way to determine location via CellID on a CDMA network? I can get a network ID, base station ID, and system ID programatically, but is there an api somewhere to convert these to lat, long coordinates? The CdmaCellLocation.getBaseStationLatitude() and CdmaCellLocation.getBaseStationLongitude() methods return some junk number. Can I convert the cdma dating I'm getting to CID and LAC somehow?
I'm getting a system ID of 40, a network ID of 3, and a base station ID of 4672, and that appears to be exactly worthless.