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[REF] Galaxy S3 Modem / Radio Collection (I9300 & I9300T ONLY) CWM & Odin Flashable

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7th February 2013, 12:42 PM   |  #1261  
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OT: So in your sig you beg for thanks, but dont give thx when someone help you? lol

---------- Post added at 12:33 PM ---------- Previous post was at 11:49 AM ----------

Modem_BUEMA1_I9300.PFS.Odin.tar
and
Modem_BUEMA1_I9300.PFS.CWM.zip

uploaded to stash.

Germany Vod

I prefer receiving than giving O.o Was half-slept yesterday and forgot to thank Done now!
8th February 2013, 04:20 AM   |  #1262  
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DXELK1 Modem is working fine in India. 2G works, 3G works, 2G data works & 3G data works as well. I'm on BSNL network. Hope this helps OP.
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9th February 2013, 09:36 AM   |  #1263  
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Thank you. I was looking at this today, I thinking on change to AT&T, because I don't want to pay $45 to get 2G conection...
One more time, thank you.

AT&T 3G should work with an International S3 using the 850MHz band, there's a thread about it here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1696025

If you're only in the USA short-term It'll probably cost you $50 on PAYG though ($25 GoPhone 30-day access plus $25 for data on a smartphone, as AT&T only give you 'free' data if you have a basic phone which can't use data...).

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11th February 2013, 02:12 AM   |  #1264  
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cant connect to network right now
hi guys.. i am having a big problem right now about my phone....

my samsung galaxy s3 gt-i9300 32gig cant connect to network...

i cant call and txt...

but i ve got signal...

..............

i used omega rom
paranoid rom
and cm 10.1 rom

...

does will help if i flash some modems...

please help

im only 16 guys
and im from philippines
11th February 2013, 03:24 AM   |  #1265  
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Re: [REF] Galaxy S3 Modem / Radio Collection (I9300 & I9300T ONLY) CWM & Odin Flashab
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Originally Posted by darklight09

hi guys.. i am having a big problem right now about my phone....

my samsung galaxy s3 gt-i9300 32gig cant connect to network...

i cant call and txt...

but i ve got signal...

i used omega rom
paranoid rom
and cm 10.1 rom

does will help if i flash some modems...

please help

im only 16 guys
and im from philippines

What ROM are you on now ? Does your IMEI in About phone matches to what's on back of your phone ?

Sent from my GT-I9300 using xda app-developers app
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13th February 2013, 09:26 AM   |  #1266  
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Unsure if anyone cares but I have done some testing regarding the modems for the T variant phones.

I have a T variant and found now problems running it with the latest modem that was packaged in the Omega rom each time.

Saying this I do live in a country area and reception between towns is very poor.

What I have found that I seem to get better reception with the T variant modem in the poor reception areas (and better internet connection speeds) than I do with the non-T modems.

I have only done a small sample size testing but do find I am better off with the T variant modem.

Unsure if anyone can agree with me on this or not.

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13th February 2013, 03:57 PM   |  #1267  
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Re: [REF] Galaxy S3 Modem / Radio Collection (I9300 & I9300T ONLY) CWM & Odin Flashab
Hi guys im from philippines using modem DXELK1....i think its draining fast my batt, does anyone suggest modem that batt friendly? Im on v42 of omega...

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14th February 2013, 07:37 PM   |  #1268  
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Re: [REF] Galaxy S3 Modem / Radio Collection (I9300 & I9300T ONLY) CWM & Odin Flashab
In a small village .
BUEMA1 + ORANGE F = emergency calls only or no service !
Grrr

Envoyé depuis mon GT-I9300 avec Tapatalk
15th February 2013, 09:17 PM   |  #1269  
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I'm currently deciding which modem to choose for my UltimaROM (i9300) and since I live in the Netherlands (provider is KPN) I thought I should use CEELL1, but I can't choose that one. (I can choose: XXEMA2, XXELLA, XXELL5, XXELL4, XXELKC, XXELJ2, DDDLJ1, NEDLK2, NEDLI1)
I hate to make a ''which is the the modem for...'' post, but I'm really lost here..
15th February 2013, 09:20 PM   |  #1270  
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Originally Posted by g11st

I'm currently deciding which modem to choose for my UltimaROM (i9300) and since I live in the Netherlands (provider is KPN) I thought I should use CEELL1, but I can't choose that one. (I can choose: XXEMA2, XXELLA, XXELL5, XXELL4, XXELKC, XXELJ2, DDDLJ1, NEDLK2, NEDLI1)
I hate to make a ''which is the the modem for...'' post, but I'm really lost here..

why cant you flash CEELL1?

EDIT: XXEMA2 not a modem, its a fw. XXELL5 not a modem, its a fw, NEDLK2?????
EDIT2: No answer no help
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