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I have been working on restoring data after flashing over all my settings in Odin. I have everything working on a Verizon roaming partners network except data. I hate having to flash back to a stock ROM to check or change settings through the ##DATA# menu. Any ideas how to access this in CW7, MIUI or any other 2.3.5 rom?
 

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Also is there anywhere else to look for cdma settings in the file system besides /system/build.prop? I have another work phone with unlimited data so this showcase/fascinate is free to mod. Running Vanilla_gingerbread now and it is too good to go back to stock even with data broken. I'm on wifi 90% of the time anyway so 3g is not vital.
 

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no you can't... i've looked for ages since we got to aosp and data was broken. only thing that works for me is massaints patch for miui/cm7 and the cm7 that he patched up works better than my nexus one - the wonky sensors... and phantom rings..:erm (1):

both are over on [a big FK u] XDA
 

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Well after two weeks of learning and trial and error I now have a fully functional phone. I'm on ACS, which is Verizon's roaming partner in Alaska. When I updated my showcase to CM7 I broke data. My modem was EC04 which is not available anywhere. Restoring my nandroid backup to a stock EB01 image did not fix it. Everyone said I was screwed, but I've been modding roms for years originally testing dish network smartcards years ago.

Since my network is the Verizon network for all roamers in Alaska I knew that it was possible to get this working. I used QPST build 323 to extract everything I could from the still working phone. I found that data broke because most roms changed the data username to whatever carrier it was built for. This was easily fixed with either ##data#, or system programming in QPST. The big problem was getting the AAA and HA passwords. I found that these were stored in /nvm/ at 1192 and 1194. Looking at the ##data# menu under username on the working phone I could tell that the keys were 9 characters. Viewing the 1192 and 1194 data I determined that the keys were simply the network name, acsalaska for both.

I was then able to restore data to a stock Odin EE19 build editing just through the ##data# menu. I made a baseline backup and then started flashing gingerbread roms until I found one that did not break my data. The vanilla gingerbread one in this forum did the trick. Where I'm at there is only 1x, but I will test for 3g later today.
 
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