Redmi Note 3 MIUI 8 4G LTE Mod

Download a working 4G LTE Mod to re-enable and reactivate 4G connection on Redmi Note 3 Snapdragon (Kenzo) running either MIUI 8.1.4.0 Global Stable or MIUI 8 v7.1.5 – v7.1.19. This is a smallest mod available out there that really works painlessly. Previously, we also shared a similar mod to fix 4G network on Kenzo. This one is similar except this one is smaller in size and has been tested to work flawlessly on many MIUI 8 versions. Few countries have certain features restricting usage of 4G in imported devices and therefore Xiaomi has to obey and to follow the rules by disabling 4G on devices used within those countries.

This flash-able 4G Mod package will bring back 4G LTE options and re-enable the networks selection option in Redmi Note 3 Kenzo. Simply grab the zip file below and flash it through TWRP. There is no need to wipe anything but it is always a good practice to create backup of current ROM before you flash anything.


Also read: MIUI 8.1.4 Global Stable Repacked with 4G Permanently Enabled.

Download

File name :
Fix_4G_Prefer_LTE_MIUI8_8.1.4.0_7.1.5_7.1.19.zip
Version n/a | 176 downloads | Size: 127 KB

Known compatible ROM versions:

Stable ROM : MIUI 8 v8.1.4

Developer / Beta ROM : MIUI 8 v6.12.29, v7.1.5, v7.1.12, v7.1.19.

Enjoy.

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