Something is wrong at your end.
The ROM works just fine!
I don't think so..
I reckon sooo. You should find out by:
Using CyanogenMod File Manager, find the ROM you flashed and long press on it until the menu comes up. Select Compute Check(sum) and if it matches the md5 sum from the first page of this thread (f4de587dc9eba42b8cb17f0c5a57aa16), then its not the ROM. That's why the checksum is there.
Mine doesn't match... Because I changed it!
Don't have a data pack? Hate the fact that flashing a new ROM can result in you leaking your internetness upon first boot! Fix it!
Add the following to the Telephony/RIL section of the /system/build.prop
of your favourite CUSTOM ROM
Don't do it to your stock ROM. You'll break it (You need ZTE's oh so special keys).
Don't badger the dev (or any dev for that matter) to include it. The default mode is on for obvious reasons! But it's not to say that they're YOUR reasons.
If I do catch you hasslin' em... I shall have to smite thee internetically (Don't ask, it's probably not).
Edited by MJonMoDaCo, 03 October 2013 - 06:18 AM.