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Chinese One = International One after CM11s Flash (LTE works)

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  1. juxsa
    Froyo Jul 11, 2014

    juxsa , Jul 11, 2014 :
    Just wanted to let everyone know that the Chinese OPO is no different that the Global OPO. If you flash the Global OPO CM11s rom on to the Chinese OPO it will enable the Global WCDMA and LTE bands.

    Although IMO the appeal of the OPO is the Sub $400 price tag. So if you really want to spend $500+ on the phone vs buying a G3 for near the same price you can go buy the Chinese version, flash CM11s and it will have the same bands/frequencies as the international version
     

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  2. Deactivated User
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  3. MartinoPT
    Honeycomb Jul 11, 2014


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  4. juxsa
    Froyo Jul 11, 2014

    juxsa , Jul 11, 2014 :
    have you checked out XDA? what pix do you want? a screen shot of a OPO running CM11s?
     

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  5. neighborhoodkid
    Honeycomb Jul 11, 2014


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  6. juxsa
    Froyo Jul 11, 2014


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  7. Gillis
    Eclair Jul 11, 2014


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  8. Shadowpunk
    Froyo Jul 11, 2014


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  9. Muriyata
    Honeycomb Jul 11, 2014


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  10. chiahuachu
    Froyo Jul 11, 2014


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  11. hongphooey
    Honeycomb Jul 11, 2014

    hongphooey , Jul 11, 2014 :
    So you're saying the OnePlus team is lying to us about production of the international version vs the chinese version which is already readily available?
     

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  12. Gillis
    Eclair Jul 11, 2014

    Gillis , Jul 11, 2014 :
    That would be so funny :p
     

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  13. Warr10r7
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 11, 2014

    Warr10r7 , Jul 11, 2014 :
    Just so we are clear. You have personally done this and have LTE service in the US?
     

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  14. ayamdude
    Gingerbread Jul 11, 2014

    ayamdude , Jul 11, 2014 :
    Uhh i dont it works that way.. Those LTE bands are hardware settings as in antennas?

    Some carrier that uses the same frequency would work..cuz the china version does provide a few standard lte but not many..
     

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  15. neighborhoodkid
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  16. juxsa
    Froyo Jul 11, 2014

    juxsa , Jul 11, 2014 :
    I use Straight Talk with their AT&T LTE sim card
     

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  17. flescobarp
    Froyo Jul 11, 2014

    flescobarp , Jul 11, 2014 :
    Since when flashing changes the bands on a phone? I'm not saying I don't believe it, I'm saying it would be nice to see some video that prove the bands change before and after flashing
     

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  18. Impressions
    Froyo Jul 11, 2014

    Impressions , Jul 11, 2014 :
    Seriously though, that means that the delay is due to the high volume of devices in China.

    I seriously think that one plus was the 7a prototype that got shut down by OPPO, the vice president thinking it's a good idea decided to manufacturer it because it liked this one better.
     

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  19. JordanC
    Ice Cream Sandwich Jul 11, 2014


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  20. aspherical
    Jelly Bean Jul 11, 2014

    aspherical , Jul 11, 2014 :
    This is suspect. I believe there have been others who have done this that have also confirmed you don't get LTE just by flashing CM11S.
     

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