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[i9001][BASEBAND] NO MORE ODIN! Flashing baseband in recovery

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Cool! What's your experience, do you need to wipe caches after flashing the baseband?
 
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Cool! What's your experience, do you need to wipe caches after flashing the baseband?
no, baseband is a independent from os, it is in another partition, it talks with OS using RIL

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ROM: CM11 by AriesVE DevConnection Team (ION+PMEM ADSP)
KERNEL: K^Kernel 3.4.x ION+PMEM ADSP with phantom key presses filter
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no, baseband is a independent from os, it is in another partition, it talks with OS using RIL
Ok, because I had it once upon a time with a stock gingerbread rom that it had issues after flashing a new baseband via odin and it stabilized after wiping caches. But maybe it was coincidence.
 
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Im using XXKPO for almost 2 years now, and never had any problems with it. The batterylife is great and i also have signal everywhere (provider: oČ Germany)

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