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[Q] List of Base Band (RadioRom) Hacks

29th March 2014, 01:10 PM   |  #1  
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Hallo is there a List somewhere with the following information:

- Base Band Chip (producer & label)
- Smartphone (where it is build in)
- AT Comands / Documentation
- Source Code (download link)
- Tools for Development

I know, this part of the phone is closed usually. But some people are working to get this informations - but there is no place to see who is working on what chip sets.

And maybe there is an alternative open source version for some radio-rom/base-band chip-sets?

Does somebody know - or can help me with this issue?

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29th March 2014, 10:04 PM   |  #2  
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Once upon a time, I tried to start something similar here:
Phone/Modem Hardware Cross Reference List

But it really requires a DB for proper maintenance. I which the XDA device DB could have handled some of this inof. (I've already proposed that in the past.)

As for AT commands, check my threads.

As for source code... HA HA HA HA Good Luck, unless there's something from MTK Sony or NovaThor. No, seriously, Qualcomm has quite a bit of saucy source code on their development site. And there was a link to a leak some time ago... that was quickly removed from XDA.
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30th March 2014, 12:25 AM   |  #3  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by E:V:A

Once upon a time, I tried to start something similar here:
Phone/Modem Hardware Cross Reference List.

wow that's enormous!

I could set up a db for that if it helps


Quote:
Originally Posted by E:V:A

As for source code... HA HA HA HA Good Luck, unless there's something from MTK. No, seriously, Qualcomm has quite a bit of saucy source code on their development site. And there was a link to a leak some time ago... that was quickly removed from XDA.

what? they deleted a leak? maybe this forum is to much mainstream

i would leave a place holder in the db for a link to the source code - just in case
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