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  Reply # 965719 12-Jan-2014 21:04 Send private message

jeffnz: it should work, did you uncheck auto reboot and manually switch off phone then into download and reflash and reboot?

sorry its the only thing that springs to mind


Yeap. No worries. Thanks for your assistance. Just finding this bizzare though as I've never come across this before.



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  Reply # 965721 12-Jan-2014 21:16 Send private message

ritzlal:
jeffnz: it should work, did you uncheck auto reboot and manually switch off phone then into download and reflash and reboot?

sorry its the only thing that springs to mind


Yeap. No worries. Thanks for your assistance. Just finding this bizzare though as I've never come across this before.





was reading up on similar thing here not sure it will help, maybe be a solution on last page.




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  Reply # 965774 12-Jan-2014 22:34 Send private message

hi i know you need to flash modem twice but can someone explain the reason behind that? thanks

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  Reply # 966014 13-Jan-2014 11:26 Send private message

joker97: hi i know you need to flash modem twice but can someone explain the reason behind that? thanks


from what I have read it maybe because that Odin hasn't finished flashing modem before it starts to reset which starts because the "auto reboot"is ticked. I haven't tried it but will next time and untick reboot  and see what happens.




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  Reply # 966419 13-Jan-2014 20:27 Send private message

Success.

- I removed all the Samsung drivers and installed them again.
- Flashed the ML6 modem via Odin 3.09
- Only flashed once and it was successful
- Connecting to 3G perfectly fine for now
- Will test 4G when I'm in range next

Thanks again.

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  Reply # 966988 14-Jan-2014 17:25 Send private message

ritzlal: Success.

- I removed all the Samsung drivers and installed them again.
- Flashed the ML6 modem via Odin 3.09
- Only flashed once and it was successful
- Connecting to 3G perfectly fine for now
- Will test 4G when I'm in range next

Thanks again.


great news, did you untick auto reboot? just out of curiosity. 

Iam now on MKE and its going better than ML6 on Omega 4.3 




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  Reply # 967075 14-Jan-2014 20:15 Send private message

jeffnz:
ritzlal: Success.

- I removed all the Samsung drivers and installed them again.
- Flashed the ML6 modem via Odin 3.09
- Only flashed once and it was successful
- Connecting to 3G perfectly fine for now
- Will test 4G when I'm in range next

Thanks again.


great news, did you untick auto reboot? just out of curiosity. 

Iam now on MKE and its going better than ML6 on Omega 4.3 


No didn't untick Auto Reboot and it worked first time. Sadly still no 4G even in Auckland City. Not sure what's going. I feel like I've hijacked this thread though! What's the Omega ROM like in terms of performance? Seems to have some nice features/tweaks.

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  Reply # 967403 15-Jan-2014 10:26 Send private message

ritzlal:

No didn't untick Auto Reboot and it worked first time. Sadly still no 4G even in Auckland City. Not sure what's going. I feel like I've hijacked this thread though! What's the Omega ROM like in terms of performance? Seems to have some nice features/tweaks.


Is your APN set to 'vodafone'? If memory serves, AOSP builds still automatically configure with an old APN, which will connect to 3G but not 4G.




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  Reply # 967460 15-Jan-2014 11:35 Send private message

NikT:
ritzlal:

No didn't untick Auto Reboot and it worked first time. Sadly still no 4G even in Auckland City. Not sure what's going. I feel like I've hijacked this thread though! What's the Omega ROM like in terms of performance? Seems to have some nice features/tweaks.


Is your APN set to 'vodafone'? If memory serves, AOSP builds still automatically configure with an old APN, which will connect to 3G but not 4G.


Thanks. Yes it's set to: VFNZ Internet (www.vodafone.net.nz)

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  Reply # 967483 15-Jan-2014 12:04 Send private message

ritzlal:
NikT:
ritzlal:

No didn't untick Auto Reboot and it worked first time. Sadly still no 4G even in Auckland City. Not sure what's going. I feel like I've hijacked this thread though! What's the Omega ROM like in terms of performance? Seems to have some nice features/tweaks.


Is your APN set to 'vodafone'? If memory serves, AOSP builds still automatically configure with an old APN, which will connect to 3G but not 4G.


Thanks. Yes it's set to: VFNZ Internet (www.vodafone.net.nz)


That'll likely be the issue. Change it to just vodafone & give 4G a crack.

Good to know that AOSP is still automatically configuring with the old APN, might see if we can approach the CM guys to get that fixed there. :)




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  Reply # 967861 15-Jan-2014 22:59 Send private message

NA1 kitkat Sammy leak is around and both Omega and Echoe have released a version so won't be long now. I may download tomorrow but usual leaks have bugs hence the leak.

Although the AOSP kitkat roms are very fast I miss the Samsung TW Roms so looking forward to what comes out in next couple of weeks before official.




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  Reply # 967897 16-Jan-2014 07:11 Send private message

After using the MotoG I appreciate TouchWiz a little more - the shortcuts mostly, settings refinements, etc. I think I'll stay with it, but definitely with a de-Knox'd ROM like Echoe.

The MotoG got 4.4 last night. It's much the same as 4.3. I'm still on 4.2.2 so I'm hoping for a bit better performance and fluidity.




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  Reply # 969304 18-Jan-2014 11:24 One person supports this post Send private message

NikT:
ritzlal:
NikT:
ritzlal:

No didn't untick Auto Reboot and it worked first time. Sadly still no 4G even in Auckland City. Not sure what's going. I feel like I've hijacked this thread though! What's the Omega ROM like in terms of performance? Seems to have some nice features/tweaks.


Is your APN set to 'vodafone'? If memory serves, AOSP builds still automatically configure with an old APN, which will connect to 3G but not 4G.


Thanks. Yes it's set to: VFNZ Internet (www.vodafone.net.nz)


That'll likely be the issue. Change it to just vodafone & give 4G a crack. 

Good to know that AOSP is still automatically configuring with the old APN, might see if we can approach the CM guys to get that fixed there. :)


Thanks, not sure if that did it but I can get LTE now. Thanks a lot :)

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  Reply # 969785 20-Jan-2014 00:07 Send private message

Ah, with echo focusing on KK now, I've got a new favourite 4.3 ROM - Goldeneye. Seems ultra smooth and very responsive.

From reading on XDA looks a new bootloader is required if you want a fully functional KK ROM. Hopefully our friends at Samsung drop off since fresh sauce for the devs to work their magic on.

Hmmm, maybe it's time to try a GPe ROM perhaps..... I dunno, I've strangely grown accustomed to TW!

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