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Everything posted by iR1O


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  2. Stock Firmware for the SM-G950U Nougat 7.0 QDE - QF7 -

    QF7 added
  4. The Samsung model is GSM/HSPA/LTE only, it wont work on CDMA from what I'm reading. Source: You need a CDMA version, or a USCC specific one.
  5. Data in Alaska

    That's how it was for me in 2013. Voice worked fine but data wasn't going to happen. Lol. That was in Anchorage, Ketchikan, and Juno. Voice was fine but data was non-existent Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  6. VoLTE rollout

    I honestly don't know. It seems odd/stupid that it would be device specific if they're on the same OS version (they are both on 7.0) Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  7. VoLTE rollout

    It could be based on location for the S6 (why, idk, but I do know they're not very consistent when it comes to Android) Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  8. VoLTE rollout

    The S6/S7 and iPhone 6/7 should have it. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  9. Note 5 Stock Firmware

    QF2 added - 7.0 Thanks to tdbone1 for bringing this to my attention
  10. Note 5 Stock Firmware

    Samfirm indicates 7.0 now also, i'll add it here and update asap
  11. About to root 910R4

    And it should be the newest version of each ^ Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  12. [Root] Note 4 Sys App Pains

    Use titanium backup for literally all of those issues. Also, making apps system apps, why? I have never needed or wanted to do that, is there a benefit to it? Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  13. Need App Recommendation

    When I get the prompt and hit Grant it's instant. Like maybe a 1/2 second delay. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  14. Phone Wont Boot

    So boot to download mode and Flash the factory firmware via Odin. You have to install TWRP through Odin that's how it has worked for years and that's the only real way to do it that works, every one of my guides for every single Samsung phones says that. Use the right TWRP, Odin 3.12+, and supersu 2.79.[How-to]-Trip-Knox-&-(Obtain-Root) Did you read that? Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  15. About ROMS? Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  16. About to root 910R4

    Odin to flash twrp then twrp to flash supersu Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  17. I have been wanting to make such a list, but I'm pretty sure the list is really short. I mean, the Moto Pure, iPhone, and Pixel/Nexus are all I'm aware of that there isn't a uscc specific model number that makes the "unlocked" model stand apart (thus potentially unusable on USCC) Aside from those being known to work no problem, I have no confirmation that any Samsung or LG that were purchased "unlocked" from Samsung that worked. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  18."Can-I-GSM/Sim-Unlock-my-(insert-phone-name)"-Threads That should help, if it doesn't let me know. If my link doesn't work (didn't work before) it's at the very top of the forum - in the first thread you read - area. Basically though, it's these: iPhone 4S/5/6/7 Pixel/Nexus 6/5X/6P Moto Pure LG G4S/5/6 Samsung S6/7/8 From my understanding that's it, there may be others, like the S8 (unlocked version) hardware wise should work, but idk if it actually will. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  19. iPhones "preferred" on the network?

    It's more the way the hardware holds on to the signal I think. How powerful the transmitter in the device is, more than anything. Preferential treatment? I can't honestly say for sure, but I wouldn't be the least bit surprised since VoLTE was initially only on iPhones (shortly later on S7). Not saying they do, but it wouldn't be the least bit unexpected if iPhones were given priority over everything else, I just don't really know if/how that applies in low signal areas. To me, that's hardware, not network. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  20. eBay Purchase Question

    Should, yes. Nano SIM. Either way you'll have to call them to give them the new phone's IMEI or meid number (meid is the same as the IMEI without the last digits) Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  21. eBay Purchase Question

    As long as the IMEI hasn't been blacklisted by Sprint you shouldn't have any trouble activating it at all. I would just call us cellular and try to activate it it doesn't take that long and it's completely free. If it doesn't work and their system tries to activate it I would be really surprised. I'm nearly certain it would work Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk

    Tested earlier today with iPhone 6S+ to iPhone 6S - assuming both have VoLTE - didn't sound any different to me. Both in Iowa, both had very strong LTE signals, idk.
  23. Nougat

    Checked 6/30/17 - QD1 - 6.0.1 is still the latest. Shame.
  24. So, I get ~3-6 calls every day that's just the same BS; Scam calls saying I can lower my CC interest rates and to press 1 to speak to a representative. They always call from a different number, so blocking them individually doesn't work since it's never the same twice. If you DO press 1 you get a rude person who will cuss at you, call you names, or laugh at you if you ask to be removed. That will only make it worse. I've recorded dozens of calls where they say really effed up things to me. Beyond harassment, straight up abuse. I have been getting them for years, I DO NOT own a credit card, never have owned one, and have never even applied for one - plus there's THOUSANDS of pages on Google about this type of calls being a major problem. After more than 2 years of filing formal complaints/reports with the FCC, Local PD, FBI (as told to by the FCC), USCC, and have seeked legal advice from my lawyer as to getting this stopped via getting a subpoena so uscc has to release the real call origin trace, I'm on the Do Not Call list... - I've been met with ONE solution that has been common on all counts; change my number. That's not really an option, I've had this number since 1997, I'm not about to change it for obvious reasons. Now, I've tried many apps to get this stopped, ranging from free to paid, and have not found one that ACTUALLY works toward getting it stopped, many are difficult to use or require WAY too much effort and personal information in order to do anything but ask you to donate. Until now... With Google Voice How it works: I do not use Google Voice normally as I do not give out my GV number; instead I use it as my Voicemail. People call my normal number and I have it conditional call forwarded (conditional means its only forwards when its busy or I do not answer) to my GV number. This is done on USCC's network by using *92(GV number) So now when someone calls my phone and I don't answer, it rolls to Google Voice as my voicemail and from there I can block calls. In this scenario it still rings to me but if I don't answer and I have them blocked they get a nice "this number has been disconnected" message. It only takes them one or two times before they then quit calling thinking the number is disconnected. It's a great alternative and I get to keep my cell number. You have the option of sending them directly to voicemail, treating all their calls as spam, or blocking them entirely. Here's how blocking works: 1. Log in to your Google Voice account. 2. Find the call you want to block (or the voicemail that resulted from it). 3. Click the "more" link underneath the call. 4. Select "Block Caller." Then the rotten SOBs hear this: Sorry for the long read, but its been a battle I've faced for far too long. I have no idea how they got my number, but stopping it has been a brutal nightmare. Hopefully this post will help anyone in a similar situation. Now... Barley pop time. Sent from my SM-G900R4 using Tapatalk
  25. I have and I love it. I hope all of them die horrible and miserable deaths. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk