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Question best baseband ? share your opinions !!

which is the best baseband for thrill 4g with respect to battery life !!

i know answers would be different but i would still like to hear ya'll out !

thanks...
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Pantech Flex
Motorola Droid RAZR
SONY Xperia™S
Samsung Galaxy Note I717
Samsung Galaxy SII T989 -Hercules
LG Nitro HD
HTC VIVID 4G

HTC HD2

LG Thrill 4G
Nokia N900 (Legend)
Nokia N95,
Nokia N81,
Nokia N73,
Nokia 6630,
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You know what I think the only thing that baseband effects is the reception and data I think all the gingerbread bbs are the same on battery I'm on v20c with rogers not ghost calls not missed messages and I think the rom and kernal have the most to do with battery life I'm on acidhasard kitchen rom and I can get close to 48 hours on a battery with texting and light internet use.
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Stuck or broken power button try these apps
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2191120

Current devices:
- LG Nexus 5 <---My new love
- HTC One XL on the back burner
- Samsung galaxy S2 rogers skyrocket
- Samsung galaxy S2 19100
- LG Thrill 4g/Optimus 3D

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You know what I think the only thing that baseband effects is the reception and data I think all the gingerbread bbs are the same on battery I'm on v20c with rogers not ghost calls not missed messages and I think the rom and kernal have the most to do with battery life I'm on acidhasard kitchen rom and I can get close to 48 hours on a battery with texting and light internet use.
Yea its true that bb only affects the reception but if your not getting good reception that means your phone is constantly searching for signal which translates to worse battery life. So I would advise you to check what frequency att is using in your area and use the bb that best works on that :)

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ROM:[PRJ][ROM]Raphael Elite Project - RC1
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Yea its true that bb only affects the reception but if your not getting good reception that means your phone is constantly searching for signal which translates to worse battery life. So I would advise you to check what frequency att is using in your area and use the bb that best works on that :)

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Ya I didn't think of it that way good point so the v20p or v20c for att cuz I think they use the same fequances
O I just noticed your in mumbai so you'll have to find out what frequency your carrir uses and find the kdz that matches that the closest
If i helped you know what to do

Stuck or broken power button try these apps
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2191120

Current devices:
- LG Nexus 5 <---My new love
- HTC One XL on the back burner
- Samsung galaxy S2 rogers skyrocket
- Samsung galaxy S2 19100
- LG Thrill 4g/Optimus 3D

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Ya I didn't think of it that way good point so the v20p or v20c for att cuz I think they use the same fequances
O I just noticed your in mumbai so you'll have to find out what frequency your carrir uses and find the kdz that matches that the closest
yeap !
the main reason i asked about the baseband is because i use an at&t unlocked thrill in mumbai (india) !

there is no network issue over here !
no ghost calls or messages !
even voicemail works superfine !

i flashed the v21d last night. the device has been on since past 15 hrs and i have lost only 40% with moderate usage !

what are your battery readings ?

thanks...
CURRENT DEVICES :

LG G2

Nokia Lumia™ 928




HISTORY OF DEVICES :
 


Samsung Galaxy™ S III
Nokia Lumia 928
Apple iPhone 5
Nokia Lumia 920
Apple iPhone 4s
Samsung Galaxy Note - N7000
Pantech Flex
Motorola Droid RAZR
SONY Xperia™S
Samsung Galaxy Note I717
Samsung Galaxy SII T989 -Hercules
LG Nitro HD
HTC VIVID 4G

HTC HD2

LG Thrill 4G
Nokia N900 (Legend)
Nokia N95,
Nokia N81,
Nokia N73,
Nokia 6630,
Nokia 3300



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well i ushally get 12 to 48 hours of use depends how much im on it
If i helped you know what to do

Stuck or broken power button try these apps
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2191120

Current devices:
- LG Nexus 5 <---My new love
- HTC One XL on the back burner
- Samsung galaxy S2 rogers skyrocket
- Samsung galaxy S2 19100
- LG Thrill 4g/Optimus 3D

Noobs start hear--> http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JmvCpR45LKA
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