BoгИX

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  1. Good equivalent of the Moto X Pure

    Good eye! Hey @phalkon30, can you confirm the Moto G5 Plus works on USCC?
  2. Good equivalent of the Moto X Pure

    Looking at the CDMA bands for the G5+, it seems to have the correct bands for USCC's network. However, I cannot 100% confirm this, as I haven't heard of anyone actually using it on USCC. I would trust the chart I linked from Moto itself, or search around the forums here and see if anyone has actually activated one.
  3. Good equivalent of the Moto X Pure

    Most likely. See the link in my post just above yours, we posted at the same time and you might have missed it. The G5 isn't on the list, but as long as it's got the same network connectivity as the Pure it will work.
  4. Good equivalent of the Moto X Pure

    Here's a compatibility chart for all Moto phones: https://www.motorola.com/us/carrier-compatibility
  5. Good equivalent of the Moto X Pure

    It cannot. The first-gen Moto Z family has 2 variants: GSM Unlocked and Verizon. No Sprint or USCC at all.
  6. Good equivalent of the Moto X Pure

    The Nougat update for the Moto X Pure 2015 does not include security fixes for the most recent major Bluetooth and WiFi vulnerabilities. These vulnerabilities were discovered after the Nougat update was released.
  7. Can Moto X be unlocked?

    Lineage OS is the new name for the CyanogenMod ROM. It doesn't require root, but it does require a custom recovery to install. Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
  8. Can Moto X be unlocked?

    I've got a 2013 Moto X that I'd sell for a very reasonable price, and it's in great condition. PM me if you're interested Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
  9. Can Moto X be unlocked?

    No, the AT&T (or any other model) cannot be unlocked to work on USCC's network. Any Moto X except for the X Pure 2015 has to be the USCC variant. Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
  10. Huge mistake.

    There's no reason the Pixel won't activate on USCC's network... That being said, I have not tried this personally since I switched to Fi before I got my Pixel. Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
  11. ROM 8.0.0 KLTE Lineage 15.0

    I tried to click "Like" on all of your posts, because that's awesome. But for some reason there is no "Like" button.... I'm using the website on my laptop. Likes work on Tapatalk though... wtf is going on?!?!?!?! I used to be able to "Like" my own posts on here (I'm not that kind of person, but I do appreciate the freedom), and they took that away. Now I can't even "Like" other peoples' posts? Hey @iR1O, what's going on with this "Like" situation?
  12. Living with a non rooted phone...how to adjust.

    It seems that Magisk won't be an option for you. Since the LG G3's stock firmware comes in those KDZ files, there isn't really a way to flash JUST the stock boot.img (kernel) after doing the Magisk workaround. I looked around to refresh myself with LG G3 modding stuff, and I found this thread: https://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g3/orig-development/bump-unlock-lg-g3-twrp-d852-d852g-f400-t2900614 And then I saw this post in that thread: https://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=72968531&postcount=821 You'll have to do some more research, but it seems to me that you can use Bump! to get around the locked bootloader and install a working TWRP recovery. First you'll have to use Kingroot to achieve temporary root (you'll have to look into this), then downgrade just the bootloader to Z04 (also look into this), then you will be *closer* to root. At least you'll be able to flash zips and modify system files through TWRP. I'm not sure how something like SuperSU will work with the Bump'd TWRP, but there may be a workaround somewhere out there. Hope this helps get you going!
  13. i have a question

    I don't think you can, unfortunately Sent from my Pixel XL using Tapatalk
  14. Living with a non rooted phone...how to adjust.

    The latest Magisk does not require custom recovery to install and have root. You do have to have a stock boot.img and the ability to flash it through download mode or fastboot or whatever LG's version of that is. Google "Magisk 14.0" and check out the official XDA thread to see if it'll work for you Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  15. ROM Help

    I wish you luck, bud. There is very little development going on for the USCC Note 4, or just Note 4s in general. Lineage OS (formerly Cyanogenmod) doesn't even officially support any Note 4 variant at all! And they are still making nightlies for the Galaxy S2! And since most non-TouchWiz ROMs are based on Lineage (CM), pickings are even slimmer for custom ROMs. I hope someday you can finally get it fixed up how you want it
  16. ROM Help

    That will definitely fix your problems. Also, bear in mind that the SlimROM alpha you're downloading is an alpha for a three year old niche Samsung phone, and is likely to have many bugs as it is an alpha build Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  17. ROM Help

    Are you flashing the correct Gapps package with all these different ROMs? You have to match the Android version of the ROM with the Android version of Gapps. 6.0.1 ROM uses 6.0.1 Gapps, 5.1 ROM uses 5.1 Gapps, etc Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  18. Wtb here?

    Not in the S4 discussion area. We've got a Buy/Sell/Trade section http://teamuscellular.com/Forum/index.php?/topic/262-Guidelines-for-Buy/Sell/Trade Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  19. Note 8 preorder

    Xposed doesn't have official support on AOSP Nougat and very well may never be officially supported. Plus on MM there was a separate unofficial Xposed for Samsung (TouchWiz) devices. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  20. O DP2

    Are you rooted? If so, I can provide you with a working apns-conf.xml that you can simply replace your existing one with. Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  21. Note 8 preorder

    Root will definitely be an issue for a long time. The S8 just got root the other day, and the Note is a niche device with a much smaller user base. Frankly, unless you really want the stylus and other Note-specific features, the S8 Plus is a much better choice being as how it costs $250 less and has virtually the same specs, plus root is available (for now at least). Also if you wait a month or two after launch they usually run promos that significantly reduce the price of buying one outright. Just my 2¢ Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk
  22. Essential Phone on USCC?

    It looks like it has all of the correct CDMA and LTE bands to work on US Cellular's network
  23. Boot Animation

    I believe Samsungs have a different boot animation configuration, or at least they used to. But if there's a file called "bootanimation.zip" in the directory /system/media then you can follow iR1O's instructions.
  24. App...decription(s)?

    Google will know. Google knows all Sent from my Nexus 6P using Tapatalk