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OTA 6-3-2011 Kernel, Radios, PRI, WiMax

3rd June 2011, 07:39 PM |#1  
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Here are the lastest Radios, Wimax, PRL from the New OTA 2.3GB

I didnt see a thread for the latest radios or kernel so here it is, MODS delete if im in the wrong.

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Thanks XxXViRuSXxX for the radios
Thanks to aamikam for the fixed kernel

BACKUP YOUR WIMAX KEYS BEFORE FLASHING ANY RADIOS!

Download and flash via recovery.
Wipe cache
Wipe Delvik
Reboot to apply


To check your wimax before and after, run the following in terminal
#su
#wimax_mtd |more


Kernel DOWNLOAD
NOTE:Kernel works for some, not for others

Radios DOWNLOAD

Flashing these radios will not remove root, break your rom or run off with your wife.

Q&A


Q: can I flash it after rom and kernal or it has to be flashed before?
A: It don't matter what order you flash these in. Radios and kernels are two different things.

Q: Do i need to flash the kernel and radios?
A: No, this is totally optional. You can flash one or the other.
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3rd June 2011, 07:50 PM |#2  
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Thanks bra.
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anyone tried this yet?
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Does this kernel have all the libs?
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Does this kernel have all the libs?

as far as i know its been fixed
3rd June 2011, 07:53 PM |#6  
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anyone tried this yet?

Flash away, the radios work great.
Edit: kernal still breaks wifi and 4g.

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3rd June 2011, 07:58 PM |#7  
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Originally Posted by alirocks4u

Flash away, the radios work great.
Edit: kernal still breaks wifi and 4g.

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Whew that was close. Glad you updated so quick I am booting into recovery now. Guess I will be patient.

Would it matter to flash kernel first then radios?
3rd June 2011, 07:59 PM |#8  
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Whew that was close. Glad you updated so quick I am booting into recovery now. Guess I will be patient.

Would it matter to flash kernel first then radios?

you can just flash the radios
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kernel from this thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1038701 is working for me. no wifi and 4g wackiness when i flashed it.
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you can just flash the radios

Yeah I don't think I need them that much. I will wait.
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