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  1. I sincerely hope for those who bought a flagship and want to run VOLTE on Israeli networks, you can do so by editing the Build.prop on a device that has undergone ROOT. Add these lines to the bottom of the prop, note that the APN is properly configured in the device settings and is supposed to connect to all Israeli networks via IMS. It's not the most elegant, because it can all be replaced by two lines in the modem files, and it often disappears while version updates, but it will work for all networks until they wake up. echo "# VoLTE settings" echo "persist.sys.cust.lte_config = true" echo "persist.dbg.volte_avail_ovr = 1" echo "persist.dbg.ims_volte_enable = 1" echo " = true" echo " = 1" echo " = true" echo " = 1" echo " = 1" echo " = 1" echo "persist.dbg.vt_avail_ovr = 1" echo "persist.dbg.wfc_avail_ovr = 1" echo " = combine" echo " = 1" It should be under Vendor.xml in a perfect world (extracted from Apple's list) IMSConfig EnableWiFiCallingWithoutEntitlement Voice EnableVolteByDefault Just need the will of each manufacturer and model manages the matter a little differently, anyone who needs help with pixels is welcome to send a private message. Devices with QUALCOMM chipsets use FIRMWARE with the mbn extension. To their modem firmware. It is possible to replace this firmware with modem firmware from a supporting device with the same chip (like LG for example) and it should work but again, need ROOT. The problem can be approached from several angles, but everything proves that Israeli chains did not form external relations with the various manufacturers like the rest of the world, to add them to the code lines of the modems, to encourage customers to buy from official importers only, otherwise they will not receive all network services. When it's done on one network, fine. When this is done on all networks, there is a very suspicious coordination here. I gave 3-4 options for the solution, bottom line is one phone call from the Ministry of Communications to the various major manufacturers to add the data of the Israeli networks to the modems (networks are identified via MCC and MNC numbers and through a 3-4 digit ID, so there is no problem finishing the whole story a bit External relations of the networks)
  2. I did not exaggerate my friend: This shows that MP3 players for 4000 shekels are very, very close, as of July 1, 2022 you will not be able to connect a device that does not support VOLTE to the network, Regardless of the quality of the call or the words of "Lexus" and because the Israeli networks "support VOLTE" means "buy from us" = any flagship you buy from eBay, you can use it as an uncomplicated iPad touch because it will not have a 3.5 connection. Lol will it be 2023-2024 in the end because they will not succeed? who knows. This is the plan for now. Even so, even your next phone you buy in 2024 will not work because the principle is the same, so it does not matter when, a device other than them will not work point. You can hear about it in 2024 when it happens, or hear about it now from my mini-research is better early. And besides, why morally would I buy a device for $ 900 so that the geniuses of the world, Partner and Cellcom, would tell me that they did not want to approve a VOLTE because I did not burn a poor ROM that they or the importer put together? For the sites you have checked - click on "Support Devices" on the Partner site for example, on the VoLTE page. Go down to support devices, click + and you can see the problem. Combine it with 2022-2024 and you will understand that flagships from abroad will be a thing of the past. Now it does not matter, then it matters. Again I say, change will not be here. After all, the people who work in the networks do not read in HWZONE .... I put it for The archive and future searches because there is nothing wrong here.Take Sony XPERIA to Germany, insert their SIM, and you have VOLTE.Take Sony in the country, and you will be on third generation in talks, which now with fifth generation, even more annoying.This is the truth and this is the bottom line .
  3. Hello and welcome, as is well known in the three main networks there is a VOLTE service, which will in fact be necessary in the near future according to the various bills. Wherever in the world there are educated workers who think one step ahead, VoLTE enabled any device that supports it directly through the Android AOSP code, regardless of the firm or origin (as long as it is international) in Israel, along with several other countries in Africa and Eastern Europe, decided only IPhone and Galaxy 9 and above will benefit from VOLTE and anyone who buys a device other than Samsung or iPhone will not be able to connect to the network, and will actually have to throw the phone in the trash. HTC-GOOGLE PIXEL-ASUS-RAZER-SONG, also the flagship models of 2021, will not work in the country when the third generation network closes. Now I have very simple questions: 1. Why is a bill being passed that discards all devices that do not support VOLTE, when the networks discard any device other than Samsung or iPhone? It turns out that the state actually forces you to choose between 2 companies, which is exactly the thing my grandfather tells from the days of Joseph Stalin. I'm sure I'm missing something here because it just does not sound like something sane, and if I do not miss, it's a nice item for a Friday studio investigation into why there are Stalinist elements in a capitalist country in 2021. 2. Has anyone managed to get around the absurdity? I bought a really really good device from abroad, and it turns out I do not have VoLTE because the uneducated who implemented the IMS in the country did not think a step ahead, as expected from Hafifniks. I was able to run the service with some changes under Root, but I hate using Root on a mobile device because it A hell of a security so I went back to verified boot.Edit: I look at Google's AOSP code and it seems that no Israeli network has contributed the required line to its modem code, namely: carrier_wfc_ims_available_bool or: carrier_volte_available_bool. The most retarded in the world, so I prefer to think it's maliciously for the benefit of us all.It's even worse, because it means that a device that has not been burned by an importer operating system, will not be able to enjoy VOLTE using Google's AOSP open source, which is present in every Android, "Even the Israeli importer who burned a special version that contains this code" and even then, only for the Galaxy, iPhone, and some LG model. (Except for Apple, which does not agree with companies like the one in the country to pollute their operating system, and a few other devices that the manufacturer did In closed code His factory) 012 Mobile even prides itself on its behavior, describing the Galaxy S8 as an unsupported device unless the customer brings it to the 012 lab for a special version burn. Galaxy 8 supports VOLTE even without the nonsense of 012 Lab, of course .... but in Israel there is another bribe that has to be paid. In my opinion, this must be resolved in a lawsuit or investigation, given the enormous impact it will have once the law comes into force in about a year, thousands of Israelis will find that if they do not buy a device directly from the Israeli importer, they will not be able to connect to any network. Even if nothing happens from this post, and most likely nothing will happen, let it sit in the archives for future searches ... do not break your head, everything is here for a wonderful week friends
  4. It is clear that you are right, but it is very, very gratifying to see that this fact is also being applied in the Israeli local market. I inquired I came from exactly the opposite direction, whether despite experience and current knowledge could tell me to go home because I did not do a poor Pentester certificate, but you managed to give me hope, probably after all we are more sane than Americans anyway. Thank you !
  5. That means you can go to Check Point with a high school diploma and a resume with self-experience in all kinds of cyber fields and that will be enough? Seems weird to me
  6. Hey friends ! I wanted to take an interest in your experience with the educational requirements when you come to submit PENTEST / SECURITY CONSULTATION / SECURITY HELPDESK jobs in Israeli companies. Is there a preferred Israeli course over famous courses in the US that can be done independently. 1. Is there a certification of certifications from the US, or do they prefer only local courses? Is there an insistence on academic computer degrees, or can it be accessed with 2-3 certifications (e.g. 4 of networks, 5 of Linux and one of penetration testing) Thanks in advance for each tip, especially if it is from personal experience!
  7. Well, I'm currently told by Bezeq that in the next decade they are not planning a renovation in my neighborhood (up to 20 MB download speed, and up to one and a half uploads, and that too it is unstable in winter weather that the outdoor communication posts get wet) A technician has to come and do all kinds of combina- tional arrangements on a street page and all kinds of wire injections on the roofs of the neighbors just to pull more with this infrastructure until another 4 years they will make fibers ... I thought of throwing all their wires from the roof and connecting the home network (well wired) 5G (hereinafter 10G) and peace be upon Israel. Which companies in the country offer unlimited 4G (there is Netflix at home), how much does it cost, and do you think it is possible to reach at least the same speed of my weak DSL? I would love for thoughts on the subject, and the best companies that offer unlimited SIMs, and how much should an LTE modem cost that puts out an ETHERNET line to my home routers. I am not interested in a HOTSPOT router but in something that accepts the SIM and pulls out a wire to my very expensive existing routers. Thanks for any advice.
  8. Hi, I have a VIEWSONIC rotating screen but its stand is really, really flimsy with no options (and I'm used to DELL). I wanted to buy such an arm that reinforces the edge of the table, and I found it: and this: php? id = 26300 What do you say? Is it quality or will it feel like a shekel and a half so called? I would love your recommendations thank you very much
  9.כסאות_עבודה_ארגונומיים/vista_s זה נראה סבבה כמה לדעתך זה עולה בערך ? מחר אתקשר בכל מקרה
  10. I've been to 5-6 stores, everything is office junk, even the ones of NIS 3000 look like they are especially suited for high school girls. I found normal chairs on Amazon but it is not realistic to send need a tip from someone big who bought a chair and then I will just go there and buy and the story is over the fuels cost a lot of money
  11. I am looking for a normal chair, up to 1000-1500 NIS, do not really want a ridiculous gaming chair but prefer a massive office chair. Weighs 120 kg, height 2 meters. Thanks for any recommendation!

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    I had the previous model for about a year and a half, it was replaced with a new warranty (I received a new screen in the box when ordered from Dell, not an RMA screen) so it is a one month old screen.

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    Peace ! Below is the famous pair, purchased at KSP one of them still in a new box, and one was used for about two months, i.e. it is a huge savings on a new product for all intents and purposes. Either way it will come in their box, with the paperwork and accessories. You can buy a third router at a discounted price for those who will buy the combo, you can also buy one for those who want it. From a moving law firm. Admin - The router supports Merlin with regular updates through AC68 firmware (this is the same hardware). Pleasure to work with and there are never any problems from the business.

    690 ₪

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