daheazle

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    Nexus 6
  1. 6.0.1 radio issues

    Yes you can keep 6.0.1 and flash any of the other radios you wish. 27r works best for me Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  2. Nexus Security Releases

    I switched back to the previous radio and lte/3g is working like it always did now. What version did you come from? 6.0 combines apns that are the same except for the bearer. So when you look in the apns-conf there will be quite a few that fit your sim but it will combine to only show 2 in apn settings. I combine them even further and make it only 1 apn as the 3g apn is technically incomplete Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  3. Nexus Security Releases

    Is anybody still having trouble with the new radio loving 3g? It doesn't like jumping back to LTE for me, I typically never even see my phone on 3g. On another note, something I found kinda odd while playing around with the whole LTE/3g thing. If you are in the phone info settings, and switch to "USA band" the carrier info shows up properly instead of "Roaming indicator off". Its not something you can change to and use as you only get data and emergency calls but is interesting. Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  4. [GUIDE] SMS/MMS backup and MultiRom sync

    I have used titanium for years also, probably the only app that makes it onto nearly every install, just find myself moving away from it for backups. The hanging I was referring to wasn't when restoring apps, just SMS/MMS by XML method. Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  5. [GUIDE] SMS/MMS backup and MultiRom sync

    The issue with titanium being flaky is that it will hang on restoring, it will restore fine for the most part though but often you need to restart the phone to get the restoring notification to go away. Last I used hangout it did not keep SMS/MMS, only the hangout chats. That may be different now though. As far as time goes, it only takes about 10-15 seconds to setup on a clean flash. There is nothing wrong with any method people use, but for me sometimes I will be switching back and forth between roms multiple times testing things and with this method I can keep up with messages as I'm messing around. Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  6. [GUIDE] SMS/MMS backup and MultiRom sync

    True story, but that doesn't keep them in sync when using multirom unless you back up and restore every time before switching. Also titanium is flaky when using XML mode. I hardly use titanium for backups anymore, I find it easier to make flashable zips that contain my favorite apps and setup the few that don't have a Google sign in. Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  7. This guide will show you how to move your SMS and MMS database to your sdcard. This is useful when using multirom to keep your messages in sync while switching roms, and will also eliminate the need for third party apps to back up messages when clean flashing. This should work to sync all stock/AOSP based ROMs, or all CM based ROMs. Unfortunately you can not sync stock/ASOP to CM due to differences in database structure. It should keep any message apps in sync, but i have only tested it on the stock app. I will be using Root Explorer for this guide, but i assume any full feature file explorer will do the trick. How to make it happen: 1) Navigate a tab to: data/data/com.android.providers.telephony This tab will be called "Tab 1" for the rest of the guide There should be 3 folders, if you haven't sent or received an MMS there may only be 2. 1a)If there is only 2, create a new folder and name it: app_parts 2)Navigate another tab to your sdcard and create a folder to store your messages in. You can name it anthing you wish, I use "SMS". Open your newly created folder. This tab will be called "Tab 2" for the rest of the guide. 3) In Tab 1. Select and copy the folder "app_parts". Switch to Tab 2 and paste the "app_parts" folder 4) In Tab 1. Open the "databases" folder. Select and copy "mmssms.db" and "mmssms.db-journal". Switch to Tab 2 and paste "mmssms.db" and "mmssms.db-journal" 5) In Tab 2. Long press "mmssms.db-journal" and select "Link to this file" (it is the last option on the list) 5a) In Tab 1. Select and delete "mmssms.db-journal" Then click "Create link" (it is the bottom left button) 6) In Tab 2. Long press "mmssms.db" and select "Link to this file" 6a) In Tab 1. Select and delete "mmssms.db" Then click "Create link" 7) In Tab 1. Go back to parent folder. Which will put you back at: data/data/com.android.providers.telephony 7a) In Tab 2. Long press "app_parts" and select "Link to this file" 7b) In Tab 1. Select and delete the folder "app_parts" Then click "Create link" Reboot and enjoy! Once you have done all of this the first time you will only need to follow steps 5-8 when flashing a new rom. If it works and you like it give a thanks or leave feedback. Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  8. [Nexus 6] Kernel Discussion

    I tried it when MM first dropped, didn't care for it much. I'm sure it has improved since though. I like to run lean kernel, never had a bit of trouble with it. It is lacking if you want a bunch of tweaks but has everything I want. Most notably dt2w, kexec, and allows viper4android with se enforcing Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  9. Android 6.0 is live!

    It is very useful, you can try a new ROM and not be out any time going back if it doesn't work out. Or have multiple ROMs installed and use a different one daily with nothing more than a reboot. Also all installed ROMs share your sdcard so apps and games that save data to the sdcard are synced when switching ROMs. Only down side... You will wish your internal memory was 1TB Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  10. Wifi Issues?

    I was sold on getting a bigger phone a few times but when I got to the store my hands always talked my heart out of it. When I was ready for a replacement again and saw the nexus 6, I just ordered it online and didn't let my hands have a say. After about 6 hours of use I could never go back to anything smaller or non nexus. Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  11. Found a fix to enable APN settings in the cellular network settings menu. If the APN settings do not show up or you see the "Access Point Name settings are not available for this user" message in the APN settings window, this is what you need. This zip only works for US Cellular, although other carriers could be added. I have confirmed that it works on both stock and AOSP MM roms. uscc-apn-enable.zip
  12. MRA58K Released For Nexus 6!

    There is no reason to relock the bootloader unless you are returning it for warranty repairs. Doing so at the incorrect time can brick it or become a big headache. I don't know if the padlock shows locked when its locked or not, I unlocked mine about an hour after I got it and haven't changed it since Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  13. VoLTE this year?

    Wondering if anybody has heard anything more about volte? Read through this thread and saw lots of talk about speeds. I never really test it because I never have any speed related problems. Out of curiosity I checked and got 19 D and 6 U. About 15 miles west of desmoines in a rural area Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  14. Android 6.0 is live!

    I have been running pure nexus and it has been solid, doesn't really have any modifications yet though. Also been using lean kernel, although it doesn't have kexec yet so can't be used on the primary slot of multirom. Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
  15. MRA58K Released For Nexus 6!

    Haven't even thought about trying xposed yet.I installed with the factory image, with the flash all bat, it is always easy but wipes your phone. There are recovery flashables that are stock but you should flash the new bootloader and radio first. I don't use the tool kits so I'm not sure if they have everything supported yet, mainly no force encryt and root. Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk