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Radio ROM Recommendation - EVO 4g LTE

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bdesul, Jan 2, 2013.

  1. bdesul

    bdesul Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I am looking for a recommendation for a radio ROM that might help with my crappy reception. Wifi works pretty good but CDMA connection sucks. I dont get 4g LTE service in Denver yet, so I switched mode to CDMA only. I rarely get more than 2 bars, usually 1. I often see 1x instead of 3x associated with my signal strength.

    I am running the following configuration:
    Android Version: 4.1.2
    ROM: CM10.0.0 Jewel
    Kernel: 3.0.51-geb1844c

    Looking for any suggestions on modifying my Radio ROM or configuration that can help with my signal. I am 2 miles outside of Downtown Denver and my reception is crap.

    I appreciate any help.

  2. Mikestony

    Mikestony ~30% Carbon Black ±

    Hello there !
    I see you have the Evo 4g LTE!
    It's a nice phone I hear:)
    However, you are in the Evo 4G forums but have no fear friend, I will move your thread to the correct forum o.k.?:):)
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  3. Mikestony

    Mikestony ~30% Carbon Black ±

    I moved it here and sent you a p.m. for the link.
    You will for sure get alot of help here as some of my buddies are in this forum:D
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  4. Rxpert83

    Rxpert83 Dr. Feelgood

    Have you updated to the latest radios & firmware?
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  5. -Mike-

    -Mike- Android Enthusiast

    My data was horrible on CM10. I loved CM10 to death but let it go. Running MeanBean now and very happy with data.

    Assuming the baseband all that other jazz follow sequential order with the numbers, and in comparison to my numbers, you're a bit behind. I would flash the one of the opted roms based of the latest its update. Are you S-on or off? While on the Sense Rom, update profile and prl.

    There's also a firmware update around here somewhere. I'm s-off and was able use that to update my radios and such. I'm not sure if/how that works with s-on devices though.
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  6. EarlyMon

    EarlyMon The PearlyMon
    VIP Member

    Doesn't look like it, that would be, baseband earlier was .0809.

    On phone, can't link to the latest. :(
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  7. bdesul

    bdesul Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Did you have data issues with the factory ROM? I have had them from day one.

    Am I just better off switching from S-ON to S-OFF? If so, is there a preferred way and any special considerations with the HTC EVO 4G LTE? If someone could point me in the right direction, it would be much appreciated.

    Does anyone have a link to the RUU file that I don't have to signup for, in order to access?

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  8. Granite1

    Granite1 Zercron Encrusted Tweezer

    S-off offers more freedom to run your phone the way you see fit, but it's not entirely necessary. The process can be a bit of a pain for some, but it's not impossible. :)

    The place you want to look / read is here:
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  9. ocnbrze

    ocnbrze DON'T PANIC!!!!!!!!!

    well that will be up to you. you get more freedom with s-off then s-on. you can update your firmware with s-off (s-on you can't).

    and as of right now you will need to use dirty racun to get s-off. there is no other method. use the guide that granite linked you to. i would read the guide in full before attempting to root your phone.


The HTC EVO 4G LTE release date was May 2012. Features and Specs include a 4.7" inch screen, 8MP camera, 1GB RAM, Snapdragon S4 Plus processor, and 2000mAh battery.

May 2012
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