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  1. dirtyredz

    dirtyredz Well-Known Member

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  2. downthemachine

    downthemachine Developer Incognito VIP Member

    I came from a prevail I did this too, I was able to get 2.1meg down from the 1.4 I had stock
    Mike525 likes this.
  3. Rally 517

    Rally 517 Well-Known Member

    Same here around 2mps now
  4. spencer320

    spencer320 Well-Known Member

    Awesome guys, good find and thanks for sharing on the forum. Couple quick questions.... Are you guys rooted?? How do I get my MSL #?? Thanks guys... I'm kinda a noob when it comes to smartphones so any help would be great. Thanks again.
  5. downthemachine

    downthemachine Developer Incognito VIP Member

    Rooted, used logcat, there was a post a long time ago on the warp forum for this, i'll see if I can find it
  6. downthemachine

    downthemachine Developer Incognito VIP Member

  7. spencer320

    spencer320 Well-Known Member

    Do I need to be rooted to speed up my 3G??
  8. downthemachine

    downthemachine Developer Incognito VIP Member

    I guess I don't know about logcat if you have to be rooted
  9. chevanlol360

    chevanlol360 Well-Known Member Developer

    You dont need to be rooted, call bOost and kindly ask a rep for your msl code.
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  10. spencer320

    spencer320 Well-Known Member

    Basically I downloaded LogCat, followed the instructions on the link downthemachine provided (thanks) to get my MSL code. Used that code to get into the proxy addresses. Switched them both to after I wrote down the originals. Then tested my 3G speed. After that I uninstalled LogCat, rechecked speed and good to go. Thanks all for the help!!
    Like Chevanlol360 said.... You don't need to be rooted.
  11. Mike525

    Mike525 Well-Known Member

  12. Alsaces Daddy

    Alsaces Daddy Well-Known Member

    I can't get it to stick. Msl code is right. 0000 is in the right spots. I don't get it. :/
  13. MrBobo

    MrBobo Well-Known Member

    you have to hit the menu key and save for it to stick
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  14. GamingForever

    GamingForever Well-Known Member

    If you want to know something, we've tried this months ago and it makes your phone over heat faster... Just a warning...
  15. limited

    limited Well-Known Member

    Not sure why it would do that. we're just changing a proxy setting not overclocking or anything.
  16. MrBobo

    MrBobo Well-Known Member

    Mine has never overheated and I did this right when I bought the warp in november
  17. primetech

    primetech Well-Known Member

    I've never had an Android phone that did NOT become hotter due to increased activity. Increased data transfer, and conversely bad signal, will heat up your phone.
  18. limited

    limited Well-Known Member

    This doesn't increase traffic. If anything it will reduce it because the connection would establish quicker without going through a proxy.
  19. aenoch

    aenoch Well-Known Member

    theres no "other" menu on my phone in that list just strait multimedia

    under dss what happens if u set it to google dns

    what is rev tunneling
  20. aenoch

    aenoch Well-Known Member

    changing the proxies makes mine slower but then again for some reason speedtest says im in kkansas when im actualy in michigan
  21. primetech

    primetech Well-Known Member

    If it helps.

    See a previous comment I made about data processing for mobile phones. I didn't think there were so few data centers, as someday previously mentioned there's one nearer to where you live than Kansas.
  22. aenoch

    aenoch Well-Known Member

    when i run speedtest on the phone its self its in the right place
  23. primetech

    primetech Well-Known Member

    That's probably because it uses the phone's geolocation when it's available rather than tracking down the location of its external IP. After all the phone does track its location via GPS and network towers, while an attached computer doesn't have these benefits included.
  24. Bren S.

    Bren S. Well-Known Member

    I'm confused.

    When I try to do this I

    go to the dial pad and put in ##3282#

    it brings up a screen that asks if I want to view or edit

    I click edit

    it asks for my msl#

    I enter it and hit ok

    I click multimedia

    and it brings up a screen that lists 4 things

    rtsp proxy address which is

    rtsp proxy port

    httppd proxy address

    and httppd proxy port

    there is nowhere to enter the at all

    Any ideas what I'm missing or doing wrong?
  25. aenoch

    aenoch Well-Known Member

    theres a little triangle next to rtsp proxy click it and replace with the zeros

    same with httppd proxy address
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