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Default [Q] PLEASE HELP! I Can't find any Update/fix for call quality!

So i have posted here before and my problem is i have that awful popping and crackling quality when i call, making my phone almost unusable. From everything i have read in MJ4 this is fixed but i cant get MJ4 on my phone.

I Bought my gn3 on launch date and rooted it very shortly after(not really understanding or knowing about knox) withj CF autoroot. So of course knox is tripped and I can't udate my phone. I have tried numerous roms from the section (just about everything that was available a month ago bonsai, Jellybomb stock deox etc) and had no luck with quality.

I tried the MI5 to MJ4 solution found here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2514434
with no luck.

i have tried the "return to stock MJ4" from skunkape found here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2549035
Wich unrooted my phone and i don't think it put me to MJ4 as my call quality is still awful and pops and crackles. As this is the last thing I have done I will post a screenshot of my current version wich all say MI5 except on the very bottom my "Build #" that says MJ4 but im pretty sure its my kernel.

IF ANYONE has had any luck, help suggestions with fixing the call quality whether it be a Rom, Update, baseband flash or whatever to fix the call quality of my phone i would be soo appreciative. I would prefer something stock with touchwiz, but at this point i would use whatever as long as i can make a freaking phone call! PLEASE HELP MEE!!!!!! :[
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So i have posted here before and my problem is i have that awful popping and crackling quality when i call, making my phone almost unusable. From everything i have read in MJ4 this is fixed but i cant get MJ4 on my phone.

I Bought my gn3 on launch date and rooted it very shortly after(not really understanding or knowing about knox) withj CF autoroot. So of course knox is tripped and I can't udate my phone. I have tried numerous roms from the section (just about everything that was available a month ago bonsai, Jellybomb stock deox etc) and had no luck with quality.

I tried the MI5 to MJ4 solution found here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2514434
with no luck.

i have tried the "return to stock MJ4" from skunkape found here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2549035
Wich unrooted my phone and i don't think it put me to MJ4 as my call quality is still awful and pops and crackles. As this is the last thing I have done I will post a screenshot of my current version wich all say MI5 except on the very bottom my "Build #" that says MJ4 but im pretty sure its my kernel.

IF ANYONE has had any luck, help suggestions with fixing the call quality whether it be a Rom, Update, baseband flash or whatever to fix the call quality of my phone i would be soo appreciative. I would prefer something stock with touchwiz, but at this point i would use whatever as long as i can make a freaking phone call! PLEASE HELP MEE!!!!!! :[

I recently posted for the same issue and was able to solve it:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2580731

The short answer is, you need both "Current Binary" and "System Status" to be "Official" int he Odin status screen.

I have instructions in the thread and marked where in my edited first post.

Good Luck!
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