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  1. kanaida

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    I can confirm, GPS can be turned on or OFF. But only Goggles Wifi GPS works. The real gps does not have any sattelites in view ever. I tested with gps tester.
     

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    I was trying to look for clues in the logs. Only found a could things that looked useful. The last one isn't related to the mobile network, but came up a few times here and there.

     
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    Out of curiosity has anyone called *228 to do a re-program to see if the data worked again?
     
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    I've tried it. Did not work for me on previous builds.
     
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    Decided to restore backup to VV3 in CWM. it restored fine, 4g was fine. Restored back to CM10. I experienced the having to wait 10 mins again for service so I decided to log and see. Found this:

     
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    Out of curiosity, looked at my /etc/apns-conf.xml

    It's got all kinda of t-mobile stuff in there, nothing metro. I'll try editing it, see whats up.

    [HIGH]<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    <!--
    /*
    ** Copyright 2006, Google Inc.
    **
    ** Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
    ** you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
    ** You may obtain a copy of the License at
    **
    ** http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
    **
    ** Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
    ** distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
    ** WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
    ** See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
    ** limitations under the License.
    */
    -->

    <!-- use empty string to specify no proxy or port -->
    <!-- This version must agree with that in apps/common/res/apns.xml -->
    <apns version="7">
    <apn carrier="T-Mobile US"
    mcc="310"
    mnc="260"
    apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    user="none"
    server="*"
    password="none"
    mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 250"
    mcc="310"
    mnc="250"
    apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    user="none"
    server="*"
    password="none"
    mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 660"
    mcc="310"
    mnc="660"
    apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    user="none"
    server="*"
    password="none"
    mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 230"
    mcc="310"
    mnc="230"
    apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    user="none"
    server="*"
    password="none"
    mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 310"
    mcc="310"
    mnc="310"
    apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    user="none"
    server="*"
    password="none"
    mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 580"
    mcc="310"
    mnc="580"
    apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    user="none"
    server="*"
    password="none"
    mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 240"
    mcc="310"
    mnc="240"
    apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    user="none"
    server="*"
    password="none"
    mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 800"
    mcc="310"
    mnc="800"
    apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    user="none"
    server="*"
    password="none"
    mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 210"
    mcc="310"
    mnc="210"
    apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    user="none"
    server="*"
    password="none"
    mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 160"
    mcc="310"
    mnc="160"
    apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    user="none"
    server="*"
    password="none"
    mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 270"
    mcc="310"
    mnc="270"
    apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    user="none"
    server="*"
    password="none"
    mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 200"
    mcc="310"
    mnc="200"
    apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    user="none"
    server="*"
    password="none"
    mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 220"
    mcc="310"
    mnc="220"
    apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    user="none"
    server="*"
    password="none"
    mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 490"
    mcc="310"
    mnc="490"
    apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    user="none"
    server="*"
    password="none"
    mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    />

    <!-- T-Mobile Europe -->
    <apn carrier="T-Mobile UK"
    mcc="234"
    mnc="30"
    apn="general.t-mobile.uk"
    user="t-mobile"
    password="tm"
    server="*"
    mmsproxy="149.254.201.135"
    mmsport="8080"
    mmsc="http://mmsc.t-mobile.co.uk:8002"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile D"
    mcc="262"
    mnc="01"
    apn="internet.t-mobile"
    user="t-mobile"
    password="tm"
    server="*"
    mmsproxy="172.028.023.131"
    mmsport="8008"
    mmsc="http://mms.t-mobile.de/servlets/mms"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile A"
    mcc="232"
    mnc="03"
    apn="gprsinternet"
    user="t-mobile"
    password="tm"
    server="*"
    mmsproxy="010.012.000.020"
    mmsport="80"
    mmsc="http://mmsc.t-mobile.at/servlets/mms"
    type="default,supl"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile A MMS"
    mcc="232"
    mnc="03"
    apn="gprsmms"
    user="t-mobile"
    password="tm"
    server="*"
    mmsproxy="010.012.000.020"
    mmsport="80"
    mmsc="http://mmsc.t-mobile.at/servlets/mms"
    type="mms"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile CZ"
    mcc="230"
    mnc="01"
    apn="internet.t-mobile.cz"
    user="wap"
    password="wap"
    server="*"
    mmsproxy="010.000.000.010"
    mmsport="80"
    mmsc="http://mms"
    type="default,supl"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile CZ MMS"
    mcc="230"
    mnc="01"
    apn="mms.t-mobile.cz"
    user="mms"
    password="mms"
    server="*"
    mmsproxy="010.000.000.010"
    mmsport="80"
    mmsc="http://mms"
    type="mms"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile NL"
    mcc="204"
    mnc="16"
    apn="internet"
    user="*"
    password="*"
    server="*"
    mmsproxy="010.010.010.011"
    mmsport="8080"
    mmsc="http://t-mobilemms"
    type="default,supl"
    />

    <apn carrier="T-Mobile NL MMS"
    mcc="204"
    mnc="16"
    apn="mms"
    user="tmobilemms"
    password="tmobilemms"
    server="*"
    mmsproxy="010.010.010.011"
    mmsport="8080"
    mmsc="http://t-mobilemms"
    type="mms"
    />
    </apns>
    [/HIGH]
     
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    1. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    2. <!--
    3. /*
    4. ** Copyright 2006, Google Inc.
    5. **
    6. ** Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
    7. ** you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
    8. ** You may obtain a copy of the License at
    9. **
    10. **     [url]http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0[/url]
    11. **
    12. ** Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
    13. ** distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
    14. ** WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
    15. ** See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
    16. ** limitations under the License.
    17. */
    18. -->
    19.  
    20. <!-- use empty string to specify no proxy or port -->
    21. <!-- This version must agree with that in apps/common/res/apns.xml -->
    22. <apns version="7">
    23.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile US"
    24.          mcc="310"
    25.          mnc="260"
    26.          apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    27.          user="none"
    28.          server="*"
    29.          password="none"
    30.          mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    31.     />
    32.  
    33.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 250"
    34.          mcc="310"
    35.          mnc="250"
    36.          apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    37.          user="none"
    38.          server="*"
    39.          password="none"
    40.          mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    41.             />
    42.  
    43.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 660"
    44.          mcc="310"
    45.          mnc="660"
    46.          apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    47.          user="none"
    48.          server="*"
    49.          password="none"
    50.          mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    51.             />
    52.  
    53.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 230"
    54.          mcc="310"
    55.          mnc="230"
    56.          apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    57.          user="none"
    58.          server="*"
    59.          password="none"
    60.          mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    61.             />
    62.  
    63.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 310"
    64.          mcc="310"
    65.          mnc="310"
    66.          apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    67.          user="none"
    68.          server="*"
    69.          password="none"
    70.          mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    71.             />
    72.  
    73.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 580"
    74.          mcc="310"
    75.          mnc="580"
    76.          apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    77.          user="none"
    78.          server="*"
    79.          password="none"
    80.          mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    81.             />
    82.  
    83.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 240"
    84.          mcc="310"
    85.          mnc="240"
    86.          apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    87.          user="none"
    88.          server="*"
    89.          password="none"
    90.          mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    91.             />
    92.  
    93.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 800"
    94.          mcc="310"
    95.          mnc="800"
    96.          apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    97.          user="none"
    98.          server="*"
    99.          password="none"
    100.          mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    101.             />
    102.  
    103.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 210"
    104.          mcc="310"
    105.          mnc="210"
    106.          apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    107.          user="none"
    108.          server="*"
    109.          password="none"
    110.          mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    111.             />
    112.  
    113.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 160"
    114.          mcc="310"
    115.          mnc="160"
    116.          apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    117.          user="none"
    118.          server="*"
    119.          password="none"
    120.          mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    121.             />
    122.  
    123.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 270"
    124.          mcc="310"
    125.          mnc="270"
    126.          apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    127.          user="none"
    128.          server="*"
    129.          password="none"
    130.          mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    131.             />
    132.  
    133.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 200"
    134.          mcc="310"
    135.          mnc="200"
    136.          apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    137.          user="none"
    138.          server="*"
    139.          password="none"
    140.          mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    141.             />
    142.  
    143.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 220"
    144.          mcc="310"
    145.          mnc="220"
    146.          apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    147.          user="none"
    148.          server="*"
    149.          password="none"
    150.          mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    151.             />
    152.  
    153.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile US 490"
    154.          mcc="310"
    155.          mnc="490"
    156.          apn="epc.tmobile.com"
    157.          user="none"
    158.          server="*"
    159.          password="none"
    160.          mmsc="http://mms.msg.eng.t-mobile.com/mms/wapenc"
    161.             />
    162.  
    163.     <!-- T-Mobile Europe -->
    164.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile UK"
    165.          mcc="234"
    166.          mnc="30"
    167.          apn="general.t-mobile.uk"
    168.          user="t-mobile"
    169.          password="tm"
    170.          server="*"
    171.          mmsproxy="149.254.201.135"
    172.          mmsport="8080"
    173.          mmsc="http://mmsc.t-mobile.co.uk:8002"
    174.     />
    175.  
    176.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile D"
    177.          mcc="262"
    178.          mnc="01"
    179.          apn="internet.t-mobile"
    180.          user="t-mobile"
    181.          password="tm"
    182.          server="*"
    183.          mmsproxy="172.028.023.131"
    184.          mmsport="8008"
    185.          mmsc="http://mms.t-mobile.de/servlets/mms"
    186.     />
    187.  
    188.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile A"
    189.          mcc="232"
    190.          mnc="03"
    191.          apn="gprsinternet"
    192.          user="t-mobile"
    193.          password="tm"
    194.          server="*"
    195.          mmsproxy="010.012.000.020"
    196.          mmsport="80"
    197.          mmsc="http://mmsc.t-mobile.at/servlets/mms"
    198.          type="default,supl"
    199.     />
    200.  
    201.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile A MMS"
    202.          mcc="232"
    203.          mnc="03"
    204.          apn="gprsmms"
    205.          user="t-mobile"
    206.          password="tm"
    207.          server="*"
    208.          mmsproxy="010.012.000.020"
    209.          mmsport="80"
    210.          mmsc="http://mmsc.t-mobile.at/servlets/mms"
    211.          type="mms"
    212.     />
    213.  
    214.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile CZ"
    215.          mcc="230"
    216.          mnc="01"
    217.          apn="internet.t-mobile.cz"
    218.          user="wap"
    219.          password="wap"
    220.          server="*"
    221.          mmsproxy="010.000.000.010"
    222.          mmsport="80"
    223.          mmsc="http://mms"
    224.          type="default,supl"
    225.     />
    226.  
    227.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile CZ MMS"
    228.          mcc="230"
    229.          mnc="01"
    230.          apn="mms.t-mobile.cz"
    231.          user="mms"
    232.          password="mms"
    233.          server="*"
    234.          mmsproxy="010.000.000.010"
    235.          mmsport="80"
    236.          mmsc="http://mms"
    237.          type="mms"
    238.     />
    239.  
    240.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile NL"
    241.          mcc="204"
    242.          mnc="16"
    243.          apn="internet"
    244.          user="*"
    245.          password="*"
    246.          server="*"
    247.          mmsproxy="010.010.010.011"
    248.          mmsport="8080"
    249.          mmsc="http://t-mobilemms"
    250.          type="default,supl"
    251.     />
    252.  
    253.     <apn carrier="T-Mobile NL MMS"
    254.          mcc="204"
    255.          mnc="16"
    256.          apn="mms"
    257.          user="tmobilemms"
    258.          password="tmobilemms"
    259.          server="*"
    260.          mmsproxy="010.010.010.011"
    261.          mmsport="8080"
    262.          mmsc="http://t-mobilemms"
    263.          type="mms"
    264.     />
    265. </apns>
    ugh someone please give how to post code on forums classes. ;)
     
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    Really??? We've been using t-mobiles apns this whole time???? Someone wanna pull the Metro Apns for Kinada. The answers may have been in front of our face
     
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    dunno htf that got in my build(s), but this is what its pose to be copying into it.

    Code (Text):
    1.  
    2. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
    3. <!--
    4. /*
    5. ** Copyright 2006, The Android Open Source Project
    6. **
    7. ** Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
    8. ** you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
    9. ** You may obtain a copy of the License at
    10. **
    11. **     http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
    12. **
    13. ** Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
    14. ** distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
    15. ** WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
    16. ** See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
    17. ** limitations under the License.
    18. */
    19. -->
    20. <!-- BEGIN: 0012493 cognitive.lee@lge.com 2010-12-15 -->
    21. <!-- MOD: 0012493: [DATA_AFW] Set inactivity timer off temporarily due to data connection problem -->
    22. <!-- BEGIN : 0015520 jaehyun2.kim@lge.com 2011-02-07 -->
    23. <!-- ADD : 0015520: [DATA_AFW] Add bearer field in APN -->
    24.  
    25. <!-- use empty string to specify no proxy or port -->
    26.  
    27. <!-- If you edit this version, also edit the version in the partner-supplied
    28.     apns-conf.xml configuration file -->
    29. <!-- BEGIN : sanghyun92.lee@lge.com 2012-03-21 -->
    30. <!-- [l0][telephony][MPCS] Add Multiple PDN feature -->
    31. <apns version="7">
    32. <!-- For commercial network -->
    33. <apn carrier="MPCSINTERNET"
    34.         mcc="311"
    35.         mnc="660"
    36.         apn="internet.metropcs"
    37.         user=""
    38.         password=""
    39.         server=""      
    40.         proxy=""
    41.         port=""
    42.         mmsc="http://mms.metropcs.net:3128/mmsc"
    43.         mmsproxy=""
    44.         mmsport=""     
    45.         type="default,mms,supl,dun"
    46.         protocol="IP"
    47.         bearer="0"
    48.         defaultflag="0"
    49.         preferapp=""   
    50. />
    51. <apn carrier="MPCSIMS"
    52.         mcc="311"
    53.         mnc="660"
    54.         apn="ims.metropcs"
    55.         user=""
    56.         password=""
    57.         server=""      
    58.         proxy=""
    59.         port=""
    60.         mmsproxy=""
    61.         mmsport=""     
    62.         type="ims"
    63.         protocol="IP"
    64.         bearer="0"
    65.         defaultflag="0"
    66.         preferapp=""
    67. />
    68. <apn carrier="MPCSADMIN"
    69.         mcc="311"
    70.         mnc="660"
    71.         apn="admin.metropcs"
    72.         user=""
    73.         password=""
    74.         server=""      
    75.         proxy=""
    76.         port=""
    77.         mmsproxy=""
    78.         mmsport=""     
    79.         type="admin"
    80.         protocol="IP"
    81.         bearer="0"
    82.         defaultflag="0"
    83.         preferapp=""
    84. />
    85.  
    86. <!-- For test equipment_1 -->
    87. <apn carrier="TESTINTERNET_1"
    88.         mcc="001"
    89.         mnc="010"
    90.         apn="internet.metropcs"
    91.         user=""
    92.         password=""
    93.         server=""      
    94.         proxy=""
    95.         port=""
    96.         mmsc="http://mms.metropcs.net:3128/mmsc"
    97.         mmsproxy=""
    98.         mmsport=""     
    99.         type="default,mms,supl,dun"
    100.         protocol="IP"
    101.         bearer="0"
    102.         defaultflag="0"
    103.         preferapp=""   
    104. />
    105. <apn carrier="TESTIMS_1"
    106.         mcc="001"
    107.         mnc="010"
    108.         apn="ims.metropcs"
    109.         user=""
    110.         password=""
    111.         server=""      
    112.         proxy=""
    113.         port=""
    114.         mmsproxy=""
    115.         mmsport=""     
    116.         type="ims"
    117.         protocol="IP"
    118.         bearer="0"
    119.         defaultflag="0"
    120.         preferapp=""
    121. />
    122. <apn carrier="TESTADMIN_1"
    123.         mcc="001"
    124.         mnc="010"
    125.         apn="admin.metropcs"
    126.         user=""
    127.         password=""
    128.         server=""      
    129.         proxy=""
    130.         port=""
    131.         mmsproxy=""
    132.         mmsport=""     
    133.         type="admin"
    134.         protocol="IP"
    135.         bearer="0"
    136.         defaultflag="0"
    137.         preferapp=""
    138. />
    139.  
    140. <!-- LGE_CHANGE_S, [LGE_DATA][ADD_TETHER_PDN] seungmin.jeong@lge.com , 2012-05-05 -->
    141. <apn carrier="TEST_TETHERING_1"
    142.         mcc="001"
    143.         mnc="010"
    144.         apn="tethering.metropcs"
    145.         user=""
    146.         password=""
    147.         server=""      
    148.         proxy=""
    149.         port=""
    150.         mmsproxy=""
    151.         mmsport=""     
    152.         type="tethering"
    153.         protocol="IP"
    154.         bearer="0"
    155.         defaultflag="0"
    156.         preferapp=""
    157. />
    158. <!-- LGE_CHANGE_E, [LGE_DATA][ADD_TETHER_PDN] seungmin.jeong@lge.com , 2012-05-05 -->
    159.  
    160. <!-- For test equipment_2 -->
    161. <apn carrier="TESTINTERNET_2"
    162.         mcc="001"
    163.         mnc="01"
    164.         apn="internet.metropcs"
    165.         user=""
    166.         password=""
    167.         server=""      
    168.         proxy=""
    169.         port=""
    170.         mmsc="http://mms.metropcs.net:3128/mmsc"
    171.         mmsproxy=""
    172.         mmsport=""     
    173.         type="default,mms,supl,dun"
    174.         protocol="IP"
    175.         bearer="0"
    176.         defaultflag="0"
    177.         preferapp=""   
    178. />
    179. <apn carrier="TESTIMS_2"
    180.         mcc="001"
    181.         mnc="01"
    182.         apn="ims.metropcs"
    183.         user=""
    184.         password=""
    185.         server=""      
    186.         proxy=""
    187.         port=""
    188.         mmsproxy=""
    189.         mmsport=""     
    190.         type="ims"
    191.         protocol="IP"
    192.         bearer="0"
    193.         defaultflag="0"
    194.         preferapp=""
    195. />
    196. <apn carrier="TESTADMIN_2"
    197.         mcc="001"
    198.         mnc="01"
    199.         apn="admin.metropcs"
    200.         user=""
    201.         password=""
    202.         server=""      
    203.         proxy=""
    204.         port=""
    205.         mmsproxy=""
    206.         mmsport=""     
    207.         type="admin"
    208.         protocol="IP"
    209.         bearer="0"
    210.         defaultflag="0"
    211.         preferapp=""
    212. />
    213.  
    214. <!-- LGE_CHANGE_S, [LGE_DATA][ADD_TETHER_PDN] seungmin.jeong@lge.com , 2012-05-05 -->
    215. <apn carrier="TEST_TETHERING_2"
    216.         mcc="001"
    217.         mnc="01"
    218.         apn="tethering.metropcs"
    219.         user=""
    220.         password=""
    221.         server=""      
    222.         proxy=""
    223.         port=""
    224.         mmsproxy=""
    225.         mmsport=""     
    226.         type="tethering"
    227.         protocol="IP"
    228.         bearer="0"
    229.         defaultflag="0"
    230.         preferapp=""
    231. />
    232. <!-- LGE_CHANGE_E, [LGE_DATA][ADD_TETHER_PDN] seungmin.jeong@lge.com , 2012-05-05 -->
    233.  
    234. <apn carrier="MetroPCSInternetAPN"
    235.         mcc="311"
    236.         mnc="66"
    237.         apn="internet.metropcs"
    238.         user=""
    239.         password=""
    240.         server=""      
    241.         proxy=""
    242.         port=""
    243.         mmsc="http://mms.metropcs.net:3128/mmsc"
    244.         mmsproxy=""
    245.         mmsport=""     
    246.         type="default,mms,supl,dun"
    247.         protocol="IP"
    248.         bearer="0"
    249.         defaultflag="0"
    250.         preferapp=""   
    251. />
    252. </apns>
    253. <!-- END : sanghyun92.lee@lge.com 2012-03-21 -->
    254.  
     
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    Hey pg. I replaced the apns-conf.xml file with the one you provided. MMS is still not working. Is there any info I can get for you from my phone or anything you'd like me to try?

    Thought I should add two things. This is on the most recent build which I just flashed onto the device from VV3. Also, thanks for your great work on this.
     
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    Do you get data? Does it still flashes in and out of service? You rebooted after replacing the file? Did you replace the whole Apns-conf.xml or just edit it with root explorer?
     
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    No data. Still flashes in and out (but no issues texting or calling). I rebooted several times after pulling the original with adb and pushing the replacement (with only pg's metro code) to /etc/apns-conf.xml
     
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    Hmmm. Hey pg try Searching for APN in the code. Should show where it reads it from. I'll take the reverse approach and try to write a small app that accesses APN info using the a pi and see if I find something there.
     
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    Telephony provider would a good place to look. -1 means none/nothing typically. If I remember right java uses 0 based arrays

    I also saw this posted somewhere. Not sure if it applies, but maybe backing up APN settings in VV3, then restoring them in CM10 might work.

    http://teamuscellular.com/Forum/topic/2648-how-to-accesschange-apn-settings/
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.riteshsahu.APNBackupRestore&hl=en
     
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    I'll give this a try now kanaida. (APN Backup & Restore)
     
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    Kanaida I've already done this with APNs, as well as trying to swap the .xml from ZVA (this is before we tried flashing VVx software). Nothing worked. Hopefully VV3/4 APNs work... would they really be any different from ZVA?
     
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    And thinking back on this, I remember that previous PG CM10 Connect builds did, in fact have the Metro APNs included in the them, they were just hidden among 80 other APNs that were showing. I deleted about 80 and pushed the 3-6 (can't remember exact number) APNs from ZVA.

    Where was everybody for this discussion? One problem was not being to see or configure the APNs locally. If you manage to open APNs on the phone, it shows nothing... APN manager apps will spot them, though... :thinking:
     
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    No dice on APN Backup & Restore. It didn't seem to make any difference. I tried in NV mode and RUIM/SIM with reboots in between. At one point the Mobile Network State under About Phone did say 'Connecting' but never connected.

    I do remember reading this in the thread somewhere. The APN count on VV3 from the backup I made was 19.
     
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    We hit that up a while ago. I wouldn't waste any more time with APNs unless there is more to implementing them aside from what a lot of us have tried already, using backup/restore, stuffing a new apnconfig XML etc... We need to be able to see them with the phone to tic them on and make sure they're sticking.

    I have also tried searching all around google for answers RE: CM10, No 4G, no APNs showing, and so on. Most of the responses have been: Hurr, dude just use 10.1 cuz 10 sucks. I've tried flashing many patches found on XDA, all are NoGO. We're a few out of MANY with the same problems trying to find out WTF is up with CM10 :D
     
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    Thump lol.

    I see here, CM10.1 is Android 4.2.1, wonder if pg has all the necesary drivers etc... to make a build of that one. I was scouring around qualcom's web site and saw some adreno drivers for 4.2 MR1 (not sure if it will just work with any 4.2.xx)

    April 23

    Qualcomm Releases Adreno 2xx GPU Binaries for on ICS ARMv6 Devices

    Adreno 2xx, and 3xx User-mode Android 4.2 Jelly Bean MR1 Graphics Driver (ARMv7) [JB_VANILLA.04.02.02.060.053]Download (13.3 mb)
    Updated 23 Apr 13
    This release contains a developer preview of the user-mode driver binaries for Qualcomm's Adreno 3xx and 2xx GPU on Google Android 4.2 Jelly Bean MR1. It has been tested with the CAF AU_LINUX_ANDROID_JB_VANILLA.04.02.02.060.053 and supports any Adreno 2xx and 3xx GPU on Android 4.2 Jelly Bean MR1. This release is intended only for developers that work on Jelly Bean MR1 bring-up work, and does not meet our customer release quality. This release adds Adreno Profiler support for Nexus 4 devices with factory ROM JDQ39.
     
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    I think PG is playing around with 10.1, whether it boots up or not, I dunno. Uh, aren't our devices ARm7? LOL..

    Kanaida I think we need to find a way to read UICC and get this build to display APN function before we can go forward. Just a guess, you.and PG are the experts here ;) the last thing I ever programmed was a Commodore 128 :D
     
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    I saw mention in another post that the CM10 bugtracker had this to say in it:

    https://jira.cyanogenmod.org/browse/CYAN-211
     
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    I've not seen CM10.1 work w/o kernel mods yet.
     
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