In this guide, we will show you the steps to enable the GPS L5/E5a/B2a bands on your Realme GT 2 Pro. These bands are enabled right out of the box on the Chinese variant hence they get could easily enjoy the benefits of GPS dual-band support. However, the same isn’t the case with the global variant as these bands are disabled [even though the hardware across both the region’s devices are the same].
Fortunately, there does exist a nifty module through which you could enable the GPS L5/E5a/B2a bands on your Realme GT 2 Pro. At each boot, the module extracts the oplusstanvbk partition, patches it by changing the /nv/item_files/gps/cgps/me/gnss_multiband_configuration property, and saves it in the module’s directory.
After that, a loop device pointing to the patched file is created and the symlinks under /dev/block/by-name and /dev/block/bootdevice/by-name are changed to point to the patched block device instead of the original one. Fortunately, could don’t have to get into the technicalities of all this stuff as you could simply flash the module to enable the GPS L5/E5a/B2a bands on your Realme GT 2 Pro. So without further ado, let’s get started.
Enable GPS L5/E5a/B2a Bands on Realme GT 2 Pro
- First off, root your device via Magisk. Then download this mod from GitHub.
- Now launch magisk, go to Modules, select the module, and it will be flashed.
- Once done, hit Reboot. Your device will boot up with the newly added bands.
- To verify the same, install GPST Test and it should show the L5/E5a/B2a satellites.
These were the steps to enable the GPS L5/E5a/B2a bands on your Realme GT 2 Pro. If you have any queries concerning the aforementioned steps, do let us know in the comments. We will get back to you with a solution at the earliest.
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