Samsung recently launched the Galaxy Note in the US, the device is available from US mobile carrier AT&T, and now one of the guys from the XDA Developers forum has modded the handset to work on T-Mobile’s 4G network.
The AT&T Galaxy Note comes with HSPA+ bands that will work on T-Mobile’s HSPA+4G network, although the device is locked to AT&T, and now the device has been modded to work with T-Mobile.
The mod was done without the need of a custom ROM, instead a hacked T-Mobile radio was loaded onto the device using a custom bootloader, you can find out full information on how it was done over at the XDA Developers.
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