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[RADIO] ICS Leak Combo Radio 2.11.605.19/7.00.605.2

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By itznfb, Senior Member on 1st September 2012, 01:01 AM
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Standard disclaimer... I'm not responsible if you break anything.

This radio combo should work with functional WiFi and Bluetooth as well as resolve the random reboots in the ICS leak.
A bunch of people have reported that this combo resolved their issues. My LiquidDesensed seems to be running bug free after using this combo.

Radio Combo: 2.11.605.19 CDMA/7.00.605.2 LTE
MD5: 1109c2fcc9536ee6e2811ae36f58e36f

Credit to the original radio threads:
CDMA Ripped from: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1605557
LTE Ripped from: http://rootzwiki.com/topic/33261-lea...52-ics-radios/

Place zip on root of SDCard.
Boot to hboot and flash
Wipe Cache/Wipe Dalvik

Let me know if this resolves your issues. I'm curious if it works for others as well.

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Here is a full set of current HTC Thunderbolt radios. These are all the radios that would work well with GB releases and possibly the ICS leak. I always have trouble finding the downloads so I compiled a list here to make it easy.

2.11.605.3 MD5: aa871dbc3e2551d0fded2b019db9951d
CDMA 1.48.00.0906w MD5: c6a5a9eee78e0f33267fa80ced3c49b8
LTE 0.01.78.0906w_2 MD5: 6f33809cf2253c38a3c6bb970f030eee

2.11.605.9 MD5: 27f3aef010e135365b98587adfabfb55
CDMA 1.48.00.0930w_3 MD5: 4ac2e0d17a6219ed4073c21d03323d91
LTE 0.01.78.0916w_3 MD5: f8f80b15665f12967a49dc57f132e71f

2.11.605.19 MD5: 1964f4062039e27f29a49af63004217f
CDMA 1.49.00.0406w_1 MD5: ea76001a37d05ec678bd3eb8e3e047f8
LTE 0.01.79.0331w_1 MD5: 9fb2e4ab5af475d16ecb4d6d6b532a33

7.00.605.2 MD5: 64565f87ada8f85a8686c043301ecfa0
CDMA 2.00.00.0308r MD5: be609abfc760aba04546fe818b967cdc
LTE 0.02.00.0312r MD5: cd3f81b9b61f034933ad344ee98ae43a

NOTES:
Avoid using the 7.00.605.2 CDMA radio as it is the most likely cause of the ICS leak frequent reboots.
The 7.00.605.2 LTE radio is required for the ICS leak if you want bug free WiFi and Bluetooth.
The 2.11.605.19 and 2.11.605.9 CDMA radios are the recommended radios for the ICS leak.
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1st September 2012, 01:14 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by itznfb

Standard disclaimer... I'm not responsible if you break anything.

This radio combo should work with functional WiFi and Bluetooth as well as resolve the random reboots in the ICS leak.
A bunch of people have reported that this combo resolved their issues. My LiquidDesensed seems to be running bug free after using this combo.

Radio Combo: 2.11.605.19 CDMA/7.00.605.2 LTE
MD5: 1109c2fcc9536ee6e2811ae36f58e36f

Credit to the original radio threads:
CDMA Ripped from: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1605557
LTE Ripped from: http://rootzwiki.com/topic/33261-lea...52-ics-radios/

Place zip on root of SDCard.
Boot to hboot and flash
Wipe Cache/Wipe Dalvik

Let me know if this resolves your issues. I'm curious if it works for others as well.

Thanks man for all ur work. Really appreciate it

Sent from my Liquid ICS HTC Thunderbolt
1st September 2012, 01:17 AM |#3  
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Thanks man for all ur work. Really appreciate it

Sent from my Liquid ICS HTC Thunderbolt

Thank the guys that brought us these radios
I just re-packed them so they'd be easy to flash
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1st September 2012, 01:20 AM |#4  
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Thank the guys that brought us these radios
I just re-packed them so they'd be easy to flash

But u made 2 into one which is pretty awesome

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1st September 2012, 01:36 AM |#5  
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Anyone that uses this on liquid ics and doesn't get reboots let me know.

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1st September 2012, 01:39 AM |#6  
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Anyone that uses this on liquid ics and doesn't get reboots let me know.

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So far so good. How often are people getting reboots?

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1st September 2012, 01:45 AM |#7  
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So far so good. How often are people getting reboots?

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I had only one and that was with liquid ics not the liquids desense

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1st September 2012, 01:50 AM |#8  
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I've had it on liquid ics for about an hour. No reboots so far.

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1st September 2012, 03:51 AM |#9  
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Awesome!!
Looks like I can switch back to Liquid ICS!!



Thank you for the work and sharing!!
1st September 2012, 03:52 AM |#10  
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A lot of my apps r force closing now. Would that be related to the radio. This is also on the normal ICS radio

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1st September 2012, 03:54 AM |#11  
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Try fixing permissions or even clearing caches. Fixing permissions is probably what it needs.

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