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Old November 6th, 2012, 08:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Can someone give me a link to the Wifi calling on that's on the stock ROM I installed the JB rom and there is no Wifi calling on it.

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You can try searching for the .apk but I think its more complicated than that. It probably needs to be built into the rom. Which JB rom are you using?
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You can try searching for the .apk but I think its more complicated than that. It probably needs to be built into the rom. Which JB rom are you using?
I am Using CyanogenMod 10 - JB 4.1.2 - UNOFFICIAL]
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I did some searching to be sure and you won't find Wifi calling in a JB rom right now. If T-Mobile ever releases Jellybean for our phones then the devs will be able to make custom JB roms with it. For now the only way to get it is with ICS roms.
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Thank you very much. But I thought the s3 had JB
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I think it has just started rolling out for the S3. I'm not sure if it has gotten to T-Mobile yet.
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I think it has just started rolling out for the S3. I'm not sure if it has gotten to T-Mobile yet.
Well I hope they get it soon... on another note is there any chance of getting rid of CWM with Odin?
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Well I hope they get it soon... on another note is there any chance of getting rid of CWM with Odin?
Yes, you have 2 choices. You can Odin back to a stock rom with this guide. Everything will be stock, including the recovery, and you would not be rooted anymore.

Or, you can use this file and flash it in recovery. It will install TWRP 2.2.2 recovery. Just flash it and reboot recovery. I would recommend TWRP over CWM anyway.
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TWRP is faster and does a better job of wiping.
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