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Data wipe (factory reset) is recommended but not required. Cache wipe is required.

Built off the 1.66.605.6 MR2 update, details can be found here <AP LINK>

This rom REQUIRES the MR2 radio, which can be found below, and is to be flashed through the bootloader. Rename as PG05IMG.zip

Removed:
Nothing

Modified:
Kernel Ramdisk changes, for "root" adbD

Added:
Superuser & su *Thx chains and RMK
Busybox *Kanged from Das BAMF

ROM
164c7dc579ee51506ae4fe10e6b07e71 Plainjane-1.13.605.7_signed.zip
http://www.multiupload.com/UY7XA9087K

Radio
4072b5954bf0032103b62c5ae69cb13e mr2_PG05IMG.zip
http://www.multiupload.com/3U3QC9V1UL
 

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Average Android
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Just loaded and booted this up. No problems so far. Just curious about the software number. I'm showing 1.66.605.2 instead of 1.66.605.6. Not sure which is correct.

Edit: Was informed it is 1.66.605.2
 
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tv31284 said:
I was wondering if there was a proper way to update. Do you just install the update, reboot, and then install the new radio or is there another method?
That is the easiest way to install the update.
Or you can install the radio first and then this update.
Either way will work just fine.
 

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YankInDaSouth said:
Has anyone tested GPS lock on this yet?

Not too sure anything can pull me from Sense 3.0 though
Seems the same to me as in it either never locks or takes a long time.
 

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Anyone notice that where you previously had 4G it now drops to 3G (nice icon) and refuses to hop back on 4G until a reboot occurs? Even if you put it in airplane mode it will not negotiate back up to 4G?
 

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aergern said:
Anyone notice that where you previously had 4G it now drops to 3G (nice icon) and refuses to hop back on 4G until a reboot occurs? Even if you put it in airplane mode it will not negotiate back up to 4G?
I found just the opposite. The MR2 radio handles network hand off much more efficiently and seamlessly then the base or MR1 radio ever did.
 
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