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By machinehead121, Senior Member on 2nd May 2012, 02:00 PM
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What's the difference between DXLC1 and DDLC3 ?

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2nd May 2012, 05:40 PM |#2  
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The difference is that they're different basebands. Duh! The difference is the part of the world where they're used.
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What's the difference between DXLC1 and DDLC3 ?

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dx= made for Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam

dd= made for Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Sri Lanka
3rd May 2012, 11:48 AM |#4  
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Yep it's a diffrence too
3rd May 2012, 01:50 PM |#6  
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The difference is that they're different basebands. Duh! The difference is the part of the world where they're used.

Let's not be a wise guy, I am sure you were just kidding, but some people take it serious!

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Lol I know they are for different countries with different spellings .... what I meant is when custom rom are build keeping specific firmware as base ... what difference does it make .... like what if I flash dxlc1 when I should be on ddlc3 ... ?

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Lol I know they are for different countries with different spellings .... what I meant is when custom rom are build keeping specific firmware as base ... what difference does it make .... like what if I flash dxlc1 when I should be on ddlc3 ... ?

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as what i've said before, DXLC1 contains csc, pda and modem tar specially made for countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam

CSC contains specific settings (network and internet settings) and also Modem

if you flashed DXLC1 instead of DDLC3, then you will have trouble connecting to your providers default vpn settings and along with the many problems that go along that line..

so in order to get internet on your phone you'll have to enter the APN manually
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as what i've said before, DXLC1 contains csc, pda and modem tar specially made for countries like Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam

CSC contains specific settings (network and internet settings) and also Modem

if you flashed DXLC1 instead of DDLC3, then you will have trouble connecting to your providers default vpn settings and along with the many problems that go along that line..

so in order to get internet on your phone you'll have to enter the APN manually

well yeah i know about it...ofcourse i'll flash my country csc and will configure it..... hope so there aint no compatibility problems.....
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