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[Q] No signal - network droupouts on Kit Kat 4.4.1 and 4.4.2

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Phone [Q] No signal - network droupouts on Kit Kat 4.4.1 and 4.4.2

Hi guys,

I'm currently using the latest Mokee ROM which is base on 4.4.2 Kit Kat.

The problem is that the phone will lose the cell signal for a long period of time and stay that way until I reboot the device. Occassionally the signal comes back if I play around with the phone for a bit, but in most cases the phone will drain most of the battery before I notice.

This never used to happen when I was on Jelly Bean ROM.

I asked around on Google Forums and Whirlpool Forums and they told me it may be a bug in the radio / modem version.

How do I get about flashing an older version of the radio? Is it commonly referred to as the "baseband"?

Apologies if I'm asking a question that's already been answered!
 
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Check my signature. Its a known issue
To install custom roms on O4x:

1. upgrade to jb
2. root
3. unlock bootloader
4. flash custom recovery (cwm)
5. flash roms
6. if you encounter any issues, search, they've been answered already.

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Check my signature. Its a known issue
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Looks like a pretty complex fix, will have to try it when I have the free time.
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