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    I installed F102A 3 weeks ago. Govnah showed 800MhZ and everything was working fine. Then I got curious last night and checked Govnah to find out it now shows 500Mhz. I checked and F102A was still installed and should've been running. So I uninstalled and reinstalled it and with it running, it still says 500Mhz in Govnah. Pre Plus on AT&T. What is disabling F102A and preventing Pre Plus from running at 800Mhz? Should I have Developer mode on 24/7 for this to work or what?
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    Ummm... nevermind... Reinstalled again with Developer mode off and it's working now. I don't know if this fixed it, but I changed the screen state in Govnah to 500/800. SHRUG.
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    I thought F102A was designed to work on its own and not with Govnah. I never used Govnah with F102A.
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    I basically installed Govnah to monitor the phone's temp and know what the Mhz rating was at all times. I just happened to change the screen state in Govnah and I'm not sure if that caused F102A to start working again, but if I wasn't using Govnah at all, I never would've known that my Pre Plus had dropped back down to 500Mhz for some reason. Still not sure why it did that, but it's still reading 800Mhz now.
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