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Pulled the radio for the Unreleased Droid Maxx 4.4.3 Update. Radio Version 2323.038.123.00r For those who need to reflash or want the baseband without updating.

INSTALLATION:

1) Download the Files here http://fs1.d-h.st/download/00132/FBi....3%20radio.zip

2) Reboot into bootloader

3) Open a command prompt and type these commands

Code:
fastboot flash modem NON-HLOS.bin
fastboot erase modemst1
fastboot erase modemst2
fastboot flash fsg fsg.mbn
fastboot reboot
4) Verify all commands were successful

5) Verify correct baseband version in about phone

6) Profit. Thank baby jesus.
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Thanks for sharing. I don't think I'll flash it unless there's some dramatic improvements over the current baseband you've noticed.

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[4.4.3]Radio]MSM8960PRO_BP_2323.038.123.00r - Droid Mini works fine...
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I'm on 4.2.2, could I install the 4.4.3 radio? Where can I find the 4.2.2 radio (12.15.15) files in case I need to go back?

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Thanks for sharing. I don't think I'll flash it unless there's some dramatic improvements over the current baseband you've noticed.
I would also like to know if this patch might improve GPS signal.
 
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I'm on 4.2.2, could I install the 4.4.3 radio? Where can I find the 4.2.2 radio (12.15.15) files in case I need to go back?


I would also like to know if this patch might improve GPS signal.
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I'm on 4.2.2, could I install the 4.4.3 radio? Where can I find the 4.2.2 radio (12.15.15) files in case I need to go back?



I would also like to know if this patch might improve GPS signal.
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Yes you can install the radio if on 4.2.2. I have attached the stock 4.2.2 files here for you guys. If I recall correctly the baseband controls GPS so yes an improvement can be made.

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Yes you can install the radio if on 4.2.2. I have attached the stock 4.2.2 files here for you guys. If I recall correctly the baseband controls GPS so yes an improvement can be made.
Thanks, very much appreciated and thanks for this upgrade Installed without issue.

I watched my network signal strength numbers for a few minutes before and after. It seems reception is very slightly better, at least for this one location I very briefly tested in. I didn't have a good way to tell if GPS is better or not.

Before upgrade:
Droid MAXX (Rooted, locked bootloader)
4.2.2 (12.15.15)
Baseband radio (MSM8960BP_2323.024.95.00R)

best
1x= 91dbm
4G= 110dbm

avg
1x= 94dBm
4G= 114dBm

worst
1x= 97
4G= 117
After upgrade:
Droid MAXX (Rooted, locked bootloader)
4.2.2 (12.15.15)
Baseband (MSM8960PRO_BP_2323.038.123.00R)

best
1x= 89dbm
4G= 108dbm

avg
1x= 92dbm
4G= 114dbm

worst
1x= 97dbm
4G= 117dbm
Command results:
Code:
C:\XT1080JB>adb reboot bootloader

C:\XT1080JB>fastboot flash modem NON-HLOS.bin
(bootloader) Variable not supported!
target reported max download size of 805306368 bytes
sending 'modem' (53804 KB)...
OKAY [  3.594s]
writing 'modem'...
OKAY [  2.359s]
finished. total time: 5.953s

C:\XT1080JB>fastboot erase modemst1
(bootloader) Variable not supported!
erasing 'modemst1'...
OKAY [  0.406s]
finished. total time: 0.406s

C:\XT1080JB>fastboot erase modemst2
(bootloader) Variable not supported!
erasing 'modemst2'...
OKAY [  0.414s]
finished. total time: 0.422s

C:\XT1080JB>fastboot flash fsg fsg.mbn
(bootloader) Variable not supported!
target reported max download size of 805306368 bytes
sending 'fsg' (1220 KB)...
OKAY [  0.336s]
writing 'fsg'...
OKAY [  0.781s]
finished. total time: 1.117s

C:\XT1080JB>fastboot reboot
rebooting...

finished. total time: 0.000s

C:\XT1080JB>
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Topsnake, just to let you know the link you posted for the 4.4 radios directs me to the 4.4.2 radios, I was able to get the stock 4.4 radios from your other thread, but I just wanted to let you know so you could update this thread.

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