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I got this working today. I bought an Asus RT-AC68P router. It works out of the box. I just connected my phone to the router's USB 3.0 port using a normal phone usb cable (same one used for charging, etc.). All Asus routers have the same firmware, so this should work "out of the box" with any new-ish Asus router. I am not impressed with the Asus setup ...
Sometime the charging part jack in which you enter the chager in tab was damaged or become useless because some shocks or may be broken down so when you push the charger pin inside the tab and push it downward then it start charging this pushing work is of jack but if your jack is useless then you have to slightly push down the charger pin when inside tab. ...
Just to highlight Michael Trinh's answer: Yes, as of this moment, it supports band 12 data. No it does not support band 12 calling. If you are in an area of only band 12 coverage, then you will not be able to send or receive calls or SMS despite the signal bar claiming coverage.
Go to phone, and dial: *#*#4636#*#* Then scroll about half-way down and click on the setting that says: LTE/GSM auto (PRL) to change it to whatever you need.
If you are modifying the system directory you have root. If you have root, the device came pre-rooted or you used a one click method or you have a custom recovery installed. If you have a custom recovery installed the approach is to boot to recovery and connect the device to pc. Open a terminal and run adb shell mount /system. Then run adb pull ...
I am not familiar with the system/etc/parameters directory. What you have done is altered the system configurations that appear to be used at boot. You would have needed to install a custom recovery when you rooted your device. Fastboot is ,in essence ,the equivalent of that recovery except it is included in the Android SDK(Software Development Kit).Most ...
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