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[STOCK][FLASHABLE ZIP] Kernel | Radio | Recovery (All Variants / Regions)

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11th June 2015, 11:05 PM |#571  
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Baseband Radio Boost / Cdma XT1031 US Lollipop 5.01 Radio Modem MSM8626BP_1032.3112.97.00R
3112.97.00R - Boost US *img* Nonflashable - Uploaded for @lost101 to do his thing making a flashable zip file only guys
 
 
12th June 2015, 01:28 PM |#572  
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Thank you @lost101 for this Thread, used it again a few hours ago to update my radio that i had kept to the 4.4.4 version even though i'm using CM12.1 since ages

i've noticed something that bothered me though :
  • Even Android File Host provides the md5 to check integrity, it would be great to have it in the thread (right after the file name) [at least for the future ones ]
  • Add a disclaimer to make people use the md5 ... and not only do nothing with it [my LP bootloader file has been downloaded 11,281 times, the md5 file only 2370 ...... !!!! ==> more than 80% of user flashed without checking for integrity!]
  • To reduce the risk of file flashed on the wrong device it could be interesting to use the HIDE instead of INDENT as the XDA2015 theme does not color indented sections as it used to...
    result would be something like :
    XT1028
    Kernel
    link1
    link2
    link3

    Radios
    link1
    link2
    link3

    XT1032
    Kernel
    link1
    link2
    link3

    Radios
    link1
    link2
    link3
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After flashing a GPS fix zip on my XT1032 running a custom Lollipop rom, my radio stopped working. I've since flashed the GPE XT1032 radio zip, which didn't fix it. I wiped and reflashed the rom zip, and it still doesn't work. I've flashed two more radio zips for my phone and still no luck. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
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After flashing a GPS fix zip on my XT1032 running a custom Lollipop rom, my radio stopped working. I've since flashed the GPE XT1032 radio zip, which didn't fix it. I wiped and reflashed the rom zip, and it still doesn't work. I've flashed two more radio zips for my phone and still no luck. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Download any XT1032 5.0.2 or 5.1 Lollipop Firmware image: http://forum.xda-developers.com/moto...mware-t3110795

Use only the following fastboot commands:
mfastboot flash modem NON-HLOS.bin
mfastboot erase modemst1
mfastboot erase modemst2
mfastboot flash fsg fsg.mbn
Report back how it goes.
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Download any XT1032 5.0.2 or 5.1 Lollipop Firmware image: http://forum.xda-developers.com/moto...mware-t3110795

Use only the following fastboot commands:

mfastboot flash modem NON-HLOS.bin
mfastboot erase modemst1
mfastboot erase modemst2
mfastboot flash fsg fsg.mbn
Report back how it goes.

Unfortunately that didn't work. I tried it twice. Still says "no service".
18th June 2015, 07:03 AM |#576  
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Unfortunately that didn't work. I tried it twice. Still says "no service".

Sounds like a ROM issue. Do a clean install including formatting /data. Note, doing so will wipe internal storage including all personal files.
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Sounds like a ROM issue. Do a clean install including formatting /data. Note, doing so will wipe internal storage including all personal files.

Apparantely it's an issue with all Moto G custom ROMs for some reason. But I finally fixed it - I restored the stock firmware, activated the GPS in stock, then flashed the custom ROM. Somehow that fixes it. The reason it didn't work on the first two tries is because I didn't activate the GPS when in stock. This way seems to universally work for everyone based on what I've read. But flashing a zip fix and using mfastboot didn't work for me and only made things worse.
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@matmutant - Sorry for the delay. I've removed the use of[INDENT] from OP. I'm not sure about adding md5 data, no serious harm can arise from flashing the wrong radio. Obviously, it's a different matter entirely when it comes to Bootloaders. I just feel like adding md5 data will complicate the OP unnecessarily.
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