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[Q] Problems when calling after conversion from F180L to E975

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30th January 2014, 03:34 PM   |  #1  
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I recently bought an Optimus G (Korean Model F180L) and followed this guide : (symbianize) /showthread.php?t=1103182 * to convert it to the E975.

I used the NEU/EUROPE OPEN kdz file, and everything is working perfectly, except ONE thing; when I try to call someone, there is no ringing sound. Then when they answer, I can't hear them.

Is this a software fault? I really don't know much about this type of stuff, what should my next course of action be? Any advice would be gratefully received!

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30th January 2014, 07:01 PM   |  #2  
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I recently bought an Optimus G (Korean Model F180L) and followed this guide : (symbianize) /showthread.php?t=1103182 * to convert it to the E975.

I used the NEU/EUROPE OPEN kdz file, and everything is working perfectly, except ONE thing; when I try to call someone, there is no ringing sound. Then when they answer, I can't hear them.

Is this a software fault? I really don't know much about this type of stuff, what should my next course of action be? Any advice would be gratefully received!

*sorry, it won't let me post the full link due to low post count

Are you sure that your variant is f180L? and you flash correct baseband successfully?
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30th January 2014, 07:12 PM   |  #3  
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Are you sure that your variant is f180L? and you flash correct baseband successfully?

Yep, definitely F180L. And I'm pretty sure the baseband flashed properly. I have signal with my network, and can make and connect calls. They can hear me speaking too, but I can only hear them if they're on loudspeaker :S
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Sorry to repost, but I really need some help! Does anyone have any suggestions of things I could try at all?

Is it likely that the firmware would cause this problem? Or is it probably a hardware issue?

If anyone has any idea pleeeeeeease let me know
1st February 2014, 11:25 AM   |  #5  
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Sorry to repost, but I really need some help! Does anyone have any suggestions of things I could try at all?

Is it likely that the firmware would cause this problem? Or is it probably a hardware issue?

If anyone has any idea pleeeeeeease let me know


flash a rom and check again,
1st February 2014, 01:44 PM   |  #6  
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flash a rom and check again,

Aaaaah! I tried to flash a CyanogenMod rom using a guide on True Android, and got to the part where I had to flash ClockworkMod Recovery. Having installed it, the phone no longer starts up! It just keeps saying 'Secure booting Error! Cause: boot certification verify'

I googled that phrase and came up with some other people having similar problems, but there seems to be a million different proposed solutions and I haven't a clue where to start.

I had no idea this would be so difficult!
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Terry try another one, stock based, savvy rom v4 or 5x ,
Put rom in ur internal memory, goto recovery,do a full wipe, flash rom , reboot.
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Terry try another one, stock based, savvy rom v4 or 5x ,
Put rom in ur internal memory, goto recovery,do a full wipe, flash rom , reboot.

Thank you for your help, but I can't do what you suggested. It's permanently stuck on the 'Secure booting Error' screen, even when I pressed the volume + power buttons to try a hard reset, the same problem occurs.
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So think about kdz again
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So think about kdz again

Ok, so I managed to get CM 11 working. The problem persists, so I'm assuming the ear speaker is faulty.

Thanks again for your help, please excuse my utter incompetence

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