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Updating baseband

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28th April 2012, 09:52 PM   |  #1  
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How would i update my baseband to 64? i'm currently on 56.
29th April 2012, 08:28 AM   |  #2  
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Download the .62 ftf from the dev section put it into firmware folder in flashtool start it up then flash baseband from there

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what would be the fuzz moving from 56 to 64?
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what would be the fuzz moving from 56 to 64?

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what's the documented details between both bands?
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Some guys say that they have differences about the signal and the battery life, i think that it is a balance, the greater signal strength will be lower the battery life, but some updates can make better use of the resourses, honestly i tested several roms and basebands but for a short time then i dont know exactly but i read that the .36 is the best balance.

Now i have a doubt, can the alteration of de baseband harm the gps module?
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