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    Got the new Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Handset for my son through Amazon. It's the 2GB/16GB model. Costed 9998/- It's a dual sim/dual standby handset. If you want to use the micro sd card port to expand memory then you will have to sacrifice one sim. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 650 Hexa Core processor with a clock speed of 1.8Ghz, a 5.5" Full HD display IPS panel, 16MP rear and a 5MP front shooter and a 4000maH battery which easily lasts two days with moderate usage. In the box Front Rear Aluminum body with the top and bottom plastic accents for better reception for the antennas they house. Quite iphone like premium build. Very lightweight for such a big phone and very easy to hold in hand. Bottom view of the micro usb port and the mic The left side has only the sim slot Which opens by this provided tool To reveal this sim housing which houses the sim 1 and sim2/micro sd hybrid slot The right side has the power and the volume buttons which are excellently finished and provide a tactile feel The top view which houses the 3.5mm jack, secondary mic, and yes, a IR blaster. You can use the phone to fully control all your electronic devices. A view of the front facing camera and the earpiece. All other sensors (proximity, light etc.) are hidden and not visible to the eye. A view of the rear camera, dual flash and yes, a very fast and excellent fingerprint sensor. A 2Amp fast charger is provided and even though they do not claim fast charging, I can confirm that fast charging works great. A size comparison with my Asus Zenfone 2. Same screen size but still the RN3 is more compact even after having a much bigger battery. It also has more premium feel in hand compared to the Asus which costed almost twice. Yes, it is VoLTE enabled and Jio compatible The APN setting done by the Reliance World chap, in case anyone is interested The preferred network (according to him) has to be at Global. But none worked for EVDO (till now) About Phone The mobile network state stays at connecting while trying to connect to EVDO While it did connect once while it was on 1x Speeds were pathetic on 1x though But amazing speeds on WiFi Some views of the box and SAR values. It is a MADE IN INDIA product. Cheers for now from dkaile Rest, some points I have discussed on the other "Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 supports CDMA" thread. More inputs to follow here.
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    Requirements:- QXDM Not Required:- Root, Bootloader unlock Steps:- Part I:- GSM edge unlock 1. Select LTE from mobile networks settings. Remove SIM and switch off phone 2. Boot into bootloader mode and select BPTools, after phone boots, enable debugging 3. Map the comports correctly to QXDM 4. Airplane mode 5. In QXDM, open command prompt, type spc=000000 6. Open NV browser, look for item 441 and make it 0x383 or 0xFFF in band line, click write 7. Look further for NV item 946, write 0x0028 in band pref 8. Lastly item no 1877 and write 2622339 to rf_bc_config line 9. Reboot 10. Phone now boots in global mode, insert GSM SIM and use with EDGE data. CDMA section remains untouched. Part II:- 3G HSPA+ UMTS 2100 mhz unlock (part II only after getting Edge signal) 1. Select LTE from mobile networks settings. Remove SIM and switch off phone 2. Boot into bootloader mode and select BPTools, after phone boots, enable debugging 3. Map the comports correctly to QXDM 4. Airplane mode 5. In QXDM, open command prompt, type spc=000000 6. NV item 946, write 0x0EA8 in band pref 6. NV item 1877 and write 245891456 to rf_bc_config line 7. Full flash current firmware by fastboot with emphasis on fastboot erase modemst1, fastboot erase modemst2 8. Phone boots in global mode with HSPA+ Note:- Firmware flashing will remove unstable signal issue. All the changes will be permanent. CDMA/evdo remains as it was earlier.
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    This forum started for maintenance and guidelines for the CDMA user community. If one carrier stops, we switch to a different operator. I am writing this, because no one is sure of any particular CDMA continuing in short future. BSNL can help CDMA users in some regions of service and will help those who have single network handset. I am also aware that BSNL is surrendering cdma spectrum in some states but it still help us. RUIM of BSNL is hybrid type, data works on normal sim based handsets like Moto E, Moto X, Droid series etc and also on handsets like VZW Note 3, Note 5, S5, S6, S7 Nexus 6 etc. A small amount of one time programming is required after sim activation. Note that there is no *228 for OTAF and was removed from network in 2010. MIP profile type:- make simple IP from mobile ip (mainly essential) Ppp user= your10digitmin@AAAVD.in (only required in some handsets) Ppp pass= your10digitmin Dial string/APN= #777 BSNL CDMA back end all India operations are handled from Vadodara and we can directly contact them for any issues. Sent from my K016 using Tapatalk
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    Port to GSM is bull**** ! RCOM already developgin 4G SIM for CDMA as well as GSM customer they just need to get new 4G SIM which will fallback to GSM network for calls ! NO NEED to PORT HERE and THERE ! 4G SIM is in testing ! mya be available after 30 days in select circle ! in Few Circle they might have to surrender CDMA before the 4G SIM comes so they may force to get Temporary GSM by GSM porting ! But again 4G SIM have to be upgraded for GSM customer also /!
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    Some BSNL centers take some fees for EvDo 'plan activation' which is permanent and one time, irrespective of sim replacements.
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    Mukesh Ambani is here to do business and not charity. The reason behind giving Free is to import as much as users on their network so that the network gets over saturated (Because the low ARPU users try to squeeze the last bit of data which otherwise they cannot afford to). He wants to make sure that the system shall perform well in future - so by doing so he will be able to test the load capacity and stability of his network as well. Further being a business man he will also be able to release payment of the company who is commissioning the project across India once he is convinced that the system is OK for handling extreme load (conducting real time thorough testing). As far as calls are concerned Jio themselves are responsible for call drops - By doing so they are tarnishing the image of competitors as well as savings money which they have to pay as interconnect charges otherwise. Just the way they have put a limit of 4GB for data - likewise they have also put a limit in their network for total number of calls to through to other networks which costs money to them. Out of total subscribers hardly 20% of the users will be heavy users whereas 70% will be average users and 10% will be light users once the charges are imposed after commercial launch. So finally when FREE scenario will be over the Jio performance will surge up suddenly. But as KanagaDeepan said Jio should not Drag/extend this FREE scheme beyond January otherwise it will obviously have adverse affect as well as give opportunity to AVoID to hold back customers with new lucrative offers (which they have already started). Instead of FREE they should have given the SIM for some kind of advance 3 months deposit/subscription which would be adjusted once the commercial services start and shall be binding - then the things would have been different and only genuine users would have approached for the SIM. At the moment any TOM DIC-K & HARRY is just taking a SIM for 3 months FREE RIDE and believe me will never ever use JIO once the free period is over. So although Jio may succeed in having millions of subscribers in their customer base but the active users will be much less than that after commencement of the commercial launch. Good luck JIO!!
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    From Tomorrow onwards. MNP is going to be started with JIO, only selected persons/companies. Those who opting MNP will be ported to JIO with unlimited preview for 90 days without any phone. Just now got the info from one of the JIO employee. Will confirm after seeing the internal circular, who are eligible to MNP. Initially, all the JIO employee sims (their personal sims of different networks) are eligible. This is confirmed.
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    Additional settings and information that can be useful for everyone: http://www.andaman-nicobar.bsnl.co.in/evdo_pre.html http://bsnl-evdo-datacard.blogspot.in/ http://forum.gsmhosting.com/vbb/f803/bsnl-evdo-android-smartphone-success-1741143/ http://www.maharashtra.bsnl.co.in/cdmalist.asp http://www.keralatelecom.com/cdma/evdoloc.asp http://hackingrt.blogspot.in/2014/05/new-bsnl-cdma-and-evdo-udp-trick.html http://telecomtalk.info/bsnl-launches-4-true-unlimited-evdo-data-stv/95214/ **All information sole rights of the respective publishers. I have no connection with any website apart from gaining knowledge. The following files are shortlisted from BSNL SNEA. They are BSNL official files for standard CDMA programming and configuration. Sancharsoft for CDMA - Guidelines.PDF Linux+Seetings+For+NIC+EVDO.pdf NIB-II DNS Change.pdf EVDO roaming implementation 050411.pdf Implementation of full mobility in CDMA Network 02-06-15.pdf To Know CDMA prepaid data usage - Procedure.doc EVDO Config Procedure.doc Install Droid VPN and use UDP port 9200 and we will get 1.5 Mbps speed on 1X
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    Enough of this endless waiting for 4G. I warn these Ambani brothers to get in line and start 4G. Otherwise..... I will be compelled to get 2 rcom 2G sims, insert into my dual sim phone, activate data in both and forcefully extract 2G+2G = 4G data from rcom network. ☺☺☺☺
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    BSNL CDMA works on any sim based or non-sim cdma handset. The attached prl works in non sim handsets with the below programming. Pri ch A= 279 B=320 (latest prl 7 works on any channels, other prls use 279 for 1x voice and 320 for evdo rev 0) Sec ch B= 384 NID/SID= 14499/65535 MIP type= Simple IP PPP user= cdma, ppp pass= cdma, AAA= cdma BSNL_evdo_1X_no_7.prl BSNL_6.prl BSNL_7_cdmaws.prl
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    everyone is so eager for 4g, its like the moment these sims get activated and the ultra high speed bandwidth starts working..........something is going to explode and give way to new means instantly. it is going to be exciting but doesnt matter if these connections start working in a week or few weeks from now. its not going to be a life altering experience straight away, yes in longer run it will lead & pave way for great possibilities. till then hold your horses all the enthusiastic people. being prepared for the new tech is great, the anticipation is fascinating but there isnt gonna be much change once the top of your smartphone screen shows LTE instead of EV, 3G or H+ i know this is not going to stop any of our forum members craze but i just had to vent out here.
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    Aa gayi bhai logo, aa gayi....lolz The amount taken per sim is Rs. 25/- (sim cost) + 97/- for 4G Recharge which includes UNLIMITED local and std Reliance calls + 150 minutes of Local & STD calls + 1GB Data for 30 days. These benefits start immediately on existing CDMA sim/number. It is a modern pre-cut sim which you can use in any phone (no need to get it cut from outside). Then you need to sms 4G<space><19 digit 4G sim number> to 1299 from existing cdma sim and you will get a confirmatory message that Dear Customer, your request for 4G upgrade has been registered on SIM <number>. We will update you regarding upgrade. Thank you. RCOM. Please note that the 4G sim is yet NOT ACTIVATED and you can't use it. They are saying that it should be activated max by 5th May. After activation you get an additional 10GB 4G data for one month besides the above benefits. So that is the exercise till now. Cheers...
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    Free 10GB Data on Upgrade to LTE for Postpaid as well as Prepaid. Postpaid user shall get by default. Prepaid user for recharge with FRC(Circle Specific) Prepaid user shall get additionally 150 Minutes Free to All India + R2R All India Free apart from 10GB. For Delhi Users; I shall be providing the LTE Sims Online. So stay tuned to RIMweb.in
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    Reliance CDMA with data is working on Redmi note 3 16Gb which I just got from 23rd March sale. Sent from my Redmi Note 3 using Tapatalk
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    Newer QPST and QXDM versions compatible with windows 8.1/ win 10. These versions have additional options for GSM unlock, NV item editing, LTE band tweaking, xQCN backups, full partition backups and more. The advantage is that the changes made to the parameters stick permanently. http://pan.baidu.com/share/link?shareid=4035149886&uk=1677919349&fid=329934992025294 http://pan.baidu.com/share/link?uk=1060033179&shareid=3877739124&third=0&adapt=pc&fr=ftw https://docs.google.com/uc?id=0B4ciwAYRi6hXUy1mU19UVlJ5OEU&export=download http://pan.baidu.com/share/link?shareid=2345168967&uk=4043984351&fid=629533363582296 http://www.androidbrick.com/download/latest-qpst-2-7-build-425-qfil-xqcn-qcn-for-lollipop-android-5-0-6-0-marshmallow/ http://pan.baidu.com/share/link?shareid=23290135&uk=2652903057&fid=261260707330340
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    Finally Generated the UPC after 90 days of Miserable, Pathetic, Crappy Network of Reliance "4G" As far as I felt, 1 went for 4g From EVDO and Landed in No G at all Moving to Idea, My Secondary Network which kept my phone services Alive, RIP CDMA, But Reliance Sure did a KLPD of the Climax for Me at least!!!
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    Hey guys... Both of you need to take a chill pill, garmi bahut badh gayee hai. Temperatures are soaring, literally. Lol. I request members to avoid personal attacks / insinuations / digs at other members. We are all here to give and receive knowledge. Lets keep it cool. Cheers
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    If u not willing to leave cdma don't hurry just wait and watch As there is no official public announcement to close cdma from Reliance It's all verbal from web world Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    The new Nexus 6 is very easy to program. RGERUC and RECRUC068 work out of the box on this device. Data needs simple steps by DFS. Required:- Latest Motorola BP drivers, DFS Not required:- Root, bootloader unlock 1. Boot the phone into BP tools and select port "diag mdm" with no SIM inside and airplane mode turned on. 2. Make RTRE config to RUIM pref and reboot back to BP tools (can make it RUIM only after programming is complete) 3. Write omhxxx in ppp usr and S1912xxx in ppp password 4. Continue in data section in DFS, HDR SCP force AT config= RevA_MFPA HDR SCP force rel 0= Evdo_RevA Hybrid mode=enable Data MDR HSPD mode= MDR only 5. Insert RGERUC SIM and continue programming 5. Enable all six profiles in MIP section and write omhtestxx in all the six fields with MIP=Mobile IP 6. Reboot and enjoy.
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    i purchased airtel locked huwai B310s 927 in olx for Rs. 900 and unlocked. Now it is accepting all the 4g sims of india (idea, airtel, JIO, and Rcom4g) and also all 3g sims. Except with JIO sim all other sims working not only data and voice also (landline phone can be attached to this router) Jio working with data only. It is covering Nearly 100 feet area (through Wifi). This may be moved to appropriate Thread.
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    I am try with Three different Band of 4g. Via my mtk engineering mode. Screen shot Below Sent from my F103 Pro using Tapatalk
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    Software update message from my friends' Moto X Play. Finally motorola ready to support rjio volte.
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    RCOM CDMA used Lucent network cards and ATC hardware, Tata CDMA and BSNL CDMA used Cisco network cards and ZTE hardware. Reliance GSM used China made cheap hardware, some components costing a mere Rs 60. Moreover RGSM is based on 1800 mhz hence frequent maintenance. Reliance cannot improve voice quality after some extent so they have made illegal icr to Tata Docomo GSM even where it's own network exists. Idea and Vodafone have invested astronomically in 4G components so they will any day provide superior quality. If the upcoming 700 Mhz LTE slots are bagged by idea, it will be pack off time for RCOM-RJIO alliance. RJIO has an obsession to create and expand it's LTE capacity because it feels even if they dont get enough subscribers of their own, they will trade 4G icr with other GSM operators like Videocon and Uninor. 4G monopoly of RJIO will be destroyed further when 3G operators will give narrow band 4G on their same spectrum. There is no sim card ICCID IMEI binding like Jio in other networks. Reliance will definitely be instrumental in providing cheap 4G as LTE revolution but ultimately other networks will succeed. Sent from my K016 using Tapatalk
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    LG stock firmware links for public download. LG Tribute 2 LS665 TOT w dll:- https://docs.google.com/uc?id=0B_Hol5T47S-baExha2dCWThrQTQ&export=download LG Tribute 2 LS665 bin firmware:- http://www.4shared.com/archive/b3TqOMtgce/pro_yemen_ls665.htm LG Stylo LS770:- https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24533100289589827 https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24545065934258674 LG Tribute 2 GSM Unlock:- http://www.4shared.com/zip/le0cW_7Ace/LG_LS665_unlock_SIM_DIAG-Arab_.htm LG Stylos LS770 GSM Unlock:- http://www.4shared.com/zip/7OK7kD3Xce/Root-and-unlock-LG-LS770-Arab-.htm File share courtesy:- Yemen CDMA Team Sent from my K016 using Tapatalk
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    This whole thread is full of this answer and the post just above yours also details the same nicely. What exactly do you want, you will have to move your eyes a little bit to get the info you seek.[emoji12] [emoji41] [emoji23] Sent from my XT1080 using Tapatalk
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    एक पत्र आदरणीयट (अछे दिन) प्रधानमंत्री मोदीजी के नाम *रिलायंस का 4G घोटाला, बहुत बड़ा भ्रष्टाचार होने से पहले उठायें कदम* जैसा कि आपको मालूम ही होगा, रिलायंस कंपनी CDMA सेवा बंद करने जा रही है | उपभोक्ताओं को लिखित में 28-05-2016 शनिवार शाम 7 बजे SMS message मिला कि रिलायंस कंपनी 31-5-2016 से CDMA सेवा बंद कर रही है | 30-05-2016 को रविवार | यानि कि उपभोक्ता को कोई समय नहीं दिया गया कि इसके खिलाफ अपना कोई पक्ष रख सके | जबकि पिछले 1 महीने से रिलायंस के लगातार SMS messages आ रहे हैं कि आप अपने 2G CDMA Card को मुफ्त में 4G में upgrade करवा लें | मगर कभी ये नहीं बताया गया कि CDMA सेवा बंद की जायेगी | यह उपभोक्ताओं के साथ बहुत-बड़ी धोखाधडी है | *लाखों-करोड़ों CDMA फोन बेकार हो जायेंगे और यह जनता का नुकसान, राष्ट्रीय नुकसान होगा* तथा मजबूरन 4G के लिए जो मोबाईल फोन ख़रीदने पड़ेंगे, वे *करोड़ों- अरबों रूपए रिलायंस कम्पनी तथा उनसे जुड़े लोगों की जेब में भ्रष्टाचार के रूप में जायेंगे* एवं कितने ही रूपए *चीन की कंपनियों* को जायेंगे और हमारे पास पड़े CDMA Phone बेकार हो जायेंगे | ऐसा लाखों लोगों को करोड़ों का नुकसान होगा | यह नुकसान, जनता का यानि देश का नुकसान है | तथा कम्पनी अपनी जेब भर रही है | अतः तुरंत इस बड़े भ्रष्टाचार को रोकने की कार्यवाही करने की कृपा करें | और तुरंत रिलायंस कम्पनी को आदेश दें कि CDMA सेवा बंद न करें | आशा है, जनहित और राष्ट्रहित में आप तुरंत कार्यवाही करेंगे | और 31-5-16 से सेवा बंद कर दि गयी है | जबकि कम्पनी ने इसकी वैधता तारीख 11-09-2017 तक दी हुई है | धन्यवाद ! आपसे नम्र निवेदन है कि ये सन्देश कृपया आपके सभी whatsapp Groups एवं Social Media सभी में इतना फैलाएं क़ि मोदी जी सुचना-प्रसारण मंत्री श्री रवि शंकरजी, TRAI सभी को पंहुच जाए [emoji378] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    It's reliance. Morons is the first criteria they check before hiring someone.
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    In Gujarat we are getting pre-recorded voice call from RCOM that it is not shutting down CDMA service and do not port to any other carrier and do not follow any rumor. It also mentions that 4G upgrade is optional.
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    For those who still want to hang on to CDMA based handsets can approach nearest BSNL CSC and collect new prepaid/new postpaid or CDMA MNP blank sim cards. BSNL RUIM work on most Sprint/USC/Verizon phones. BSNL has very cheap 1x and evdo plans beneficial for users owning handsets like Tribute, HTC 510, LG Volt2 etc. Tata Indicom also gives out all services and there has not been any public notice of it's closing down. If any Tata Indicom store person refuses to provide MNP sim or prepaid or postpaid, make a call to Tata cc and they will ask the store guys to give. I will provide some assistance to RCDMA subscribers from Gujarat willing to port to any of the above.
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    Due to a large section of buyers now opting to purchase GSM enabled CDMA device, I add another device for CDMA data provisioning. There are no special requirements to enable CDMA data on VZW G3. Root is not required. This is applicable to those users whose manual APN of #777 does not enable data. 1. From the dialpad, ##PROGRAM985, go to port test, switch it on. Diag mode will be ON. 2. With data enabled SIM inside, using DFS, go to data section and select, evdo_MFPA 3. Enable all the six profiles with omhtest@omh.relianceinfo.com in the MIP section fields and write. 4. May sometimes need to make APN as #777 if data does not start.
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    ALL EXISTING CDMA PLANS/PACKS/BENIFITS WILL BE CARRIED FORWARDED TO LTE. Just understand CDMA=LTE
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    Yes I shall send you 2 LTE Sims to your Kolkata address when i come up with online process over RIMweb.in for Migration
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    Jio has pan india spectrum in band 40 - 2300Mhz. It also has Band 5 - 850 Mhz sharing with Reliance. It further acquired in auction band 3 - 1800 Mhz in some circles. If Jio's 4G for Reliance CDMA upgrade customers is deployed on band 5, it will also deploy 4G in band 3 & 40. Otherwise what Jio will do with spectrum in band 3 & 40? My proposition is that a 4G handset with band 3 support should work in some circles & with band 40 support should work in all circles for data. (VOLTE will depend on handset support). Handset without VOLTE support should also work for voice as Jio has Pan India agreement with BSNL & Reliance Communication for 2G/3G voice fallback. So the conclusion is, All handset with particular deployed 4G band in respective circle but without VOLTE will latch on either BSNL or R COM GSM network for voice All handset with particular deployed 4G band in respective circle but with VOLTE will use Jio data network for Voice & will switch to 2G/3G voice fallback where Jio coverage ends. Is my understanding correct?
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    Jio working stable on Redmi Note 3 Sent from my Redmi Note 3 using Tapatalk
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    GSM with 3G HSPA+ unlocked on LG Tribute5 LS675 using SPR LS990 method after root with Kingroot 4.8.3.apk. After placing node.db file in carrier folder, look for the cust.prop and edit the lines ro.cdma.home.operator to Chameleon and ro.numeric to 000000. Save and exit. This will bring GSM/UMTS selection option in mobile networks settings. Do not rename or delete any system files in Tribute 5. Only freeze them by de-bloater pc app. Do not unroot after GSM unlock process. To be safe, take a qcn backup in qpst before beginning this process. Sent from my K016 using Tapatalk
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    Ref.: Moto E3 Power, a FlipKart purchase Recovery-menu [to Wipe Cache Partition/Hard reset ...etc.] Pls. note, If you use Volume-down+Power button combo to enter Recovery-menu [as per Motorola Device Help/User Guide], a Chinese language Pop up will appear which is a "Testing-menu" and Not Recovery-menu. to Exit this Chinese Pop up, you need to remove the battery and start the device normally. However, Volumeup+Power button combo gets you to Recovery-menu best wishes
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    @LTE4G Good point, reg the possibility of call being restricted from JIO's end as well, to minimize IUC payments... Now I have seen that only 100 calls / minutes free per day limit applicable for prepaid users in JIO. NOT sure, if its a welcome offer thingy or applicable for all, especially in Rs149 plan. I am sure nobody will care about that in JWO, as calls are hardly connecting. For Rs149 per 28 days, if they apply the same limit (100 mins per day) that brings to 2800 minutes for Rs149 and with current IUC of 14p / min it comes to around Rs392. That Rs243 loss can be easily adjusted by IUC from incoming calls [14p/min income by IUC] and Jio2Jio calls (no need to pay IUC for the calls), unused FREE calls per day, overage charges @ 2p/sec in home and Rs0.45 / Rs0.80 / Rs1.15 during roaming. Simply put, FREE calls is NOT a big deal / loss for JIO, imho...
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    No confusion. Jio join needs your phone [whether 2g or 3g or 4g phone] connected to jio network. So a phone connected to jio network via jioFi [using Wi-Fi tech] qualifies as well. Similarly for jio sim in 4g non volte phone. Yes. This is a much more important issue. Not everyone jumps to buy volte phone. For example in my family everyone has 4g phone, but none of them is volte capable. So jio must concentrate on launching good quality LYF phones with great battery life. These LYF phones never last long and so the name LYF is not at all suitable for them, imho. According to me $EX would have been a better brand name for those short lived phones. So I recommend the following names for their phone series.. LYF == $EX Flame == Hand [better than Nothing] Wind == 0ral [now we are talking -- may be not] Water == $traight [upTo the point] Earth == 3sum [more features and price] sent from my Lenovo vibe P1 using Tapatalk
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    Looks like, They forgot to tell you the year...
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    in iPhone, sending sms to UK is must for activation of iMessage and FaceTime with number. International SMS is not free from JIO preview offer or samsung sim offer. for that, money topup is necessary. Now you got the point.
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    Well after trying hard for two days I was finally able to get a wind 4 handset with the jio connection. The wind 4 has been discontinued and it is not available in Delhi with any reliance digital store. I was hell bent on buying this particular model owing to the enormous battery. Sincere thanks to Mr Kanaga who strongly advised me to get This particular one , it was on his recommendations that I zeroed in for WIND4 Thanks mate Now waiting for the connection to be activated. Will share the data speed, quality etc in a couple of days Sent from my LGLS991 using Tapatalk
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    Bro, for the price [Rs3500] it's bang for the bucks. The cheapest Jio LYF phone with 1GB RAM. I have seen it in showroom. Good for the price. Go for it, if you just want to use for 3 months free data and sell or give away the phone to somebody after that. The other phones in 3000Rs price has just 512MB RAM, whereas jio bloat itself needs 600MB RAM. But if you are ready to pay more for bigger battery, go for wind 4, closing your eyes. It's the LYF phone with biggest 4000mAh battery. I have used it personally and is the best vfm [in LYF phone terms] handset to enjoy jio preview offer. It has 5" HD display, looks good [especially the brown one], slim and performs good if you disabled the Jio bloat. sent from my Lenovo Vibe P1 using Tapatalk
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    Why one should experience it, if they know it's a trap???
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    u can use sim with other mobile after doing some tweaks with other mobile now i m using lyf sim with redmi note 3 all working data calling and sms
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    I have been using Reliance after porting it from TATA Indicom where I was a postpaid customer for 10 years. Reason being, they stopped their services in almost entire Bihar, entire J&K. And I roam a lot, travel a lot. And I needed a good connection worth TATA Indicom. Except for when they closed, Indicom was a thousand x better than RIM. If my cust care call had to wait for more than 1 minutes, I received a call back. If I complained about anything, and SLA used to be 24/72/36 hours and if it weren't resolved used to get discount in bills without asking. I used port out request, randomly, for the heck of it...and I got 200x6months discount on billing. I was a GOLD customer for them, don't know what that means, but had Credit limit of 14000. And my bill never went above 1k. My plan was of Rs. 399/- worth Rs. 300 free calling. 30p local, 50p std. TATA to TATA free. Incoming free. O/G used to be T-T free, otherwise 30/50p. SMS free. I really have deep respect and love for CDMA operators they forced the market to change. From a talktime of Rs. 90/- in Rs. 330 recharge per month validity, they had to change because Indicom had launched Rs. 300/- in Rs. 330/- per month with innovative per second billing. First in World. They changed the scenario. Then they launched incoming free way back in 2005-06, which COAI got stopped because of pressure from GSM operators like Airtel, Hutch! Before that RIM had launched MOnsoon Dhamaka...and DAPO which had changed the market! My salute to the pioneers of the market! I had opted for Airtel once for want of handset, when I realised what I go through.....I chose to make my Indicom no as primary one. It has stayed for so more than a decade now with CDMA. Previouslywith Indicom, since Oct with RCDMA. They are dying a death, because Ratan TATA and Mukesh Ambani personally couldn't do anything about it! If RCDMA were with Mukesh Bhai, it would have had been different. Launching a handset in 2002 with live video streaming was nothing more than a dream for Indian customers. Live news channels, everything. He subverted a few policies, but it was good for customers. He changed the market. Later on when it went with Anil, and indicom was given over....things changed for worse!
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    Similar experience here... went to nearest web world shop...saw the guy struggling with sim reader...he did not know in which direction to insert the sim. (Personal observation: the sim patching devices which reliance is handing over to them are...well buggy, they seem like sawed off version of sim reader) Anyways...i offered to help but this guy was too proud i guess....my 10+ years of telecom and hardware/software patching seemed irrelevant. The next shop flatly refused. Finally, the one at Pitam pura (like 5 kms from my house) was much more accommodating....i helped him patch the imported handsets (APN, *#*#4636*#*# network selection etc) Spent like an hour after my sim was patched helping other customers...the shop was empty when i was allowed to leave.:)
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    Reliance Communications mobile stores will start getting 4G SIMs starting some time next week for offering it to existing CDMA subscribers, said a source based in Kerala. However, till Jio’s full launch, neither new CDMA connections nor new 4G connections will be sold by RCom. Only upgrades to existing CDMA users will be provided. As we reported earlier, Reliance Communications — promoted by Anil Ambani — has put up a sign on its website saying 4G upgrade is coming soon. It has also started sending text messages to its CDMA subscribers that their service is going to be upgraded to 4G soon and they can call on 1299 to get more details about how to get a new 4G SIM. According to our source in Kerala, Reliance Mobile stores across the state have already placed orders for new 4G SIMs and stock is expected to come “after the 25th.” Once stock comes, anyone who has a Reliance CDMA connection can walk in, pay Rs 100 and get the USIM replaced by a new 4G capable SIM. The person said that as of now, higher officials are saying that existing plans of CDMA customers will remain in place and will not be changed. “It will simply be a change of network technology. Tariff plans will not be changed,” said the person. However, he added that since 4G is a more efficient and data-focused technology, cheaper data plans could be introduced after Jio’s commercial launch. NO NEW CONNECTIONS TILL JIO LAUNCH The source said RCom’s initial launch of 4G will be in the ‘soft mode’, just like in case of Reliance Jio. As a result, at least in the beginning, focus will be on upgrading existing customers to 4G and not on selling new 4G connections. This is likely the result of some agreement with Reliance Jio. If RCom were to start selling new 4G connections even before Jio starts full commercial launch, it could affect Jio’s prospects when it does launch. As a result, RCom is likely to have agreed not to sell new connections, but only offer upgrade SIMs to existing CDMA customers. 50% DISCOUNT FOR 4G DONGLES The person also said Reliance Communications will also be offering a 50% discount on dongle prices for those who want to exchange their old Reliance Communications data dongle (data card). The old dongles will not work on the new RCom-Jio shared 4G network as it uses a totally different technology known as LTE. These new 4G data dongles are likely to have a price of 2,000-3,000 without discount, the person said. An exchange discount of 50% would mean that the current EVDO or CDMA dongle will be valued at Rs 1,000-1,500 by the company under the offer. The initial cost of an RCom EVDO dongle is around Rs 800-1,500, depending on whether it is a Revision A device or a Rev B device. CDMA SALES STOPPED To ensure that people do not try to ‘misuse’ the upgrade offer to get hold of new connections, Reliance Communications has stopped activating new CDMA connections. This does not mean that it is necessarily abandoning CDMA services, as it also has MTS’ spectrum for continuing CDMA services. However, it does mean that till Jio launches its 4G service on a full and commercial level, RCom will not be selling new CDMA connections, or 4G connections to new customers. The person also said that senior RCom officials have guided December as the time when restrictions on new connections will be lifted, indicating that Jio too will transition from ‘soft launch’ to ‘hard launch’ by that time. WHY THE UPGRADE OFFER? The primary reason why RCom is being allowed to upgrade its CDMA subscribers to RCom-Jio’s joint 4G network is the need for Jio to test the 800 MHz spectrum. Since 800 MHz is coming from RCom’s CDMA service, when Jio starts testing it, RCom’s CDMA subscribers will face a lot of service issues, especially in the 14 telecom zones where MTS is not operating. To compensate for this disturbance, Jio is reported to have agreed to let RCom’s CDMA subscribers move to its 4G network even before it starts full commercial operations. RCOM’S CDMA (4G) DATA TARIFF image: http://rtn.asia/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/RCOM-prepaid-4g-tariff-300x239.png Since existing offers are likely to be continued, RCom’s website gives a clue about how much a 4G user will have to pay for data after the upgrade. According to RCom’s website, there are broadly three postpaid plans for dongle users — 5 GB, 10 GB and 40 GB. The 5 GB postpaid plan is priced at Rs 599 plus tax, which should work out to about Rs 675 per month, or Rs 135 per GB. The 10 GB pack is priced at Rs 799, which should cost about Rs 900 after tax, implying Rs 90 per GB. The 40 GB pack costs Rs 999, or about Rs 1120 after tax, bring the per-GB cost to Rs 28, making it the cheapest high-speed data plan in the country. The above are tariff for RCom’s postpaid service. In addition, RCom also offers prepaid data tariff. However, here, there are three types of tariffs. The first tariff chart is for mobile handset use. Here, for Rs 250, you get 4 GB of EVDO (high-speed data). However, there are no plans that offer more than 4 GB of data. The second rate-card is for old EVDO data cards (also known as HSD service or EVDO Rev A), while the third tariff card is for Rev B devices. If you own a Rev B device, then you cannot use a Rev A recharge and vice versa. Though there was a lot of difference between the two tariff charts, RCom has, of late, brought both of them into sync to a large extent. According to Rev A rates, you get 2 GB for Rs 255 per month and 5 GB for Rs 499 including tax. For Rs 999, you get 10 (12 GB in some states) of day-time data and another 10 or 12 GB of night-time usage. Rev B rates are also similar, except in circles like AP, Chennai, Maharashtra and Mumbai where you get only 15 GB for 999 recharges. Both Rev A and Rev B plans also contain long validity jumbo packs. In both, you can get 18 GB valid for three months at Rs 1500 and 36 GB valid for six months at Rs 2,999. Meanwhile, a Youtube video has revealed Reliance Jio’s soft launch plans and tariffs.
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    I believe it is a tactical decision on Xiaomi's part not to offer the 3GB/32GB model freely so as to boost the sales of their Mi5. Because I believe 90% of their Mi5 customers would switch to the 3GB model due to the fantastic value proposition.
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    they could be used as wifi only devices. or permanent navigator/mp3 player for your four wheeler. it could be a for occasional candy crush/temple run. be innovative and you could surely use them as more than paper weights. for quite some time now i have avoided going for a cdma only phone. at least anything north of 5-6k. it somehow always seemed like safer choice to keep world phones. specially because i travel a lot and mostly to hills where i often did not find cdma signals. just hoping these phones that i have in my family support at least one of the lte bands. Lolz... You took me quite literally did you not mate. CDMA is dying in India. It is better to accept the fact and move on was my main message. Of course you can use your existing devices for those mundane tasks you mentioned. But will 90% of the exisiting world phones work with the Jio Network's backbone on which RCom will piggyback for a while, is a distinctly remote possibility as some crucial bands and VoLTE is missing from 'most' world phones. Hope you get the message. Cheers...