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Android 4.3 - Noise (slams) at the first call

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Same problem with the new version XXUGNA5... Android 4.1: no problem // Android 4.3: problem.

I don't understand... It's not the Modem and kernel. About settings, I don't think the problem is here.

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did you try AOSP roms? check the 4.4.2 ver if the problem is still there, just for curiosity

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did you try AOSP roms? check the 4.4.2 ver if the problem is still there, just for curiosity

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No problem with AOSP roms (no slams at the first call) but I have a worst quality : voice during calls is bad (isn't catastrophic). Others people have not this problem with AOSP (I think)... My Galaxy S3 is recent (made, I believe in October, hardware is different?)

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Roms 100 % custom (AOSP, CM...): no slams but voice calls quality is bad

Roms stock: 4.1 -> perfect (no slam and good quality during calls).

4.3 -> Slams at the first call and good quality during calls.

I think the problem is android 4.3 (but what???), not the modem and not the kernel (I tried a custom kernel with official samsung ROM)
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