Date of publication: 2018-04-10 13:28
With some security update in Feb ,I installed it anxiously to see if they have fixed the battery issue but it made matters worse by even not allowing battery mod to stay down abruptly even with battery mod.
We can go on about the virtues of root access ad infinitum , but we 8217 ll stop for now because we sense you salivating at the prospect of root access and what you can do with your device once root is achieved. Head to the links below to begin the journey.
As i was typing my post you deleted/edited your old post. But yes 655mhz will travel farther than 755mhz. Thats physics, But will it be a drastic improvement over 755mhz? No it wont
† Advanced nano-coating technology creates a water repellant barrier to help protect against moderate exposure to water such as accidental spills, splashes or light rain. Not designed to be submersed in water, or exposed to pressurized water, or other liquids Not waterproof.
No, there is no official Lineage for Galaxy S9 Mini LTE as of now.
Regarding upgrade from CM18 to Lineage without losing data and Apps: it’s not possible.
Buying directly from the carrier is often a bad idea, as they frequently charge the highest prices for the phones. The differences can be dramatic.
Do I sound like him? No offense but you seem to take advantage of the stupidity and simplicity amongst certain commenters and beat them down with your sizeable expertise in simplicity and stupidity. Keep your mouth shut and please come up with actual arguments.
Regarding the recognition of phone by the System (PC):
– When your phone is running and you connect the phone to PC, usually it is connected via MTP transfer mode.
– Sometimes you enable USB debugging and at that moment the phone is connected via ADB mode.
– Now when the phone is not running and we can see the phone under your PC’s device manager, I believe it is in Bootloader mode.
T-Mobile will light up its first 655MHz sites in August. There’s no word yet on where those sites are, but now that we’re in the middle of July, it won’t be long before those sites are turned on.
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