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  1. 3 points
    I mean, I wish you all the best, but I don't know that there's much I can think of for you to try. You bought a local regional US phone and are using it internationally. I really doubt that Samsung, or even US Cellular, are going to honor any "warranty" on said phone because you bought a regional US phone, not international. I really doubt anything is going to come from it. I obviously feel bad for you because it sucks to lose money, but since a regional phone was taken internationally I doubt you're going to get much luck past asking Samsung/US Cellular nicely and hoping you get a rep on a good day.
  2. 2 points
    The Samsung website says for us carrier versions you have to go to the carrier. If us cellular won't do anything... And neither will Samsung... I don't know. You could always try shaming them on facebook, but if they dog in and don't want to refund because of the imei mismatch... There are tutorials online for changing the imei number in software, can you try that and make it match the physical device? This is not strictly legal, but what have you got to lose, and you're not in the USA anyway Sent from my SM-G900R4 using Tapatalk
  3. 2 points
    Didn't they recall all the Note 7s, even the ones that had gotten battery replacements? It'll be extra impossible to get any customer service on a US regional phone that was supposed to be returned and is not even on the market. Sent from my thingyding straight to your eyeholes using Crapatalk.
  4. 1 point

    LG V20

    I got my V20 a week or so ago. came from a Samsung S6. Biggest selling point was the battery and memory. I use to enjoy rooting years ago, but now?? Meh. I run Nova Launcher and that does enough to allow me to configure the UI the way IU want. I was unsure at first of going with such a large phone being its a PITA to carry in a pocket, but the size it definitely growing on me.
  5. 1 point
    You can't use the standard Xposed framework, you have to use a fork for TW. Hang on, I'll find you a link... Sent from my thingyding straight to your eyeholes using Crapatalk.
  6. 1 point

    6.0.1 Root, Custom Recovery, & XPOSED

    First, the N5 is arm64, not sure if you took that into consideration. Second, which version of Android are you running? That will determine which SDK level to use: SDK21 = 5.0 Lollipop SDK22 = 5.1 Lollipop SDK23 = 6.0 Marshmallow If you're on Nougat, there is no Xposed for 7.0+ yet. Are you running stock TW or a custom AOSP ROM? Because TW ROMs require a special modified version of Xposed, you can't use the regular one. Sent from my Nexus 9 using Tapatalk