I just googled for it, every cellphone have something hidden.
It looks like that my router doesn't support 802.11 n, so i can't really help you with it.
Anyway, i've done something about 2 days ago, and since then, my 3g is stable, and i can change between 2G and 3G without a problem. So this is what i've done:
- I did a hard reset to my DEFY (yes, the one that comes with the motorola device, data/cache and cache wipe), but (¡¡¡WARNING!!!) after doing this you'll NEED to use RSD Lite to flash the Android 2.2.2 Stock Firmware (i've restored the original software that comes with DEFY and is specific for my service provider), and yes, you'll NEED it, or your battery will not be recognized by your phone (soft brick) and it'll be drained until it's over, and if that happens, you'll need to charge the battery using another way just to flash your phone. This happened to me and gave me a real pain in my ... but it gets fixed by flashing the original firmware. I don't know if this can get fixed by using a recovery image (that contains your stock software), i mean the one that one can make before installing a custom rom, maybe you can try this before using a firmware. But, make sure that your stock software contains Android 2.2.2. (WARNING: Using RSD Lite with the wrong firmware may BRICK your phone)
- After using RSD Lite, I've rooted my phone and installed the bootloader.
- I've wiped data/cache and cache in custom recovery mode.
- Install cm7.2 and gapps in the custom recovery mode.
- After this, i've selected the right baseband for my region and then configured the APN.
I don't know if CM7.2 requires 2.2.2 stock to works fine, because maybe requires some kind of specific things that comes with the stock software. I'm saying this because i've rooted an Optimus One, that came with 2.2.1 and after installing the custom rom, there was no way to make a call, because the baseband configuration was unknown, and the only chance to get it working, was updating the stock software to the latest version, 2.3.3, and THEN install the custom rom. So, that should do it.
Edited by jaimefortega, 13 July 2012 - 08:26 PM.