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Service [Baseband] ALL T999, T999L, T999V, T999N Modems! w/ MAP and Data Tweaks!

The One Stop Shop For All Your Baseband Needs Is Here!!!!
The Complete Collection!!!


Welcome To The T-Mobile Galaxy SIII Modem Store!



Latest Additions
T999L UVUMK4 and all four T999V VLEMK5 modems




MAPS AND MODEMS!!!
Please proceed to the back of the store to participate in this project!
(Post 2)


NEW Feature! Data Speed Tweaks and Info!!!
Please proceed to the FAR back and downstairs to make an offering to our god of radio waves!
(The Better Your Sacrifice, The Better Your Signal!)
(Post 3)


ONLY FLASH THESE RADIOS IF YOU ARE USING A MODEL
T999, T999L, T999N or T999V DEVICE!!!!!
ONLY FLASH EACH MODEM TO THE DEVICE IT BELONGS TO!!!!


CONSIDER YOURSELF WARNED!!!!




DISCLAIMER:
Flashing radios on your phone should not be done if you do not understand what the modem/radio is! Yes, it is a simple flash, BUT, if you do mess it up somehow, it can at best prevent you from obtaining a signal, and at worst possibly brick your device!!! IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THE INDICATED MODEL DEVICE, DO NOT FLASH!!!!! If you have a different device or are with a different carrier (such as Sprint, AT&T, etc) T-Mobile radios are NOT likely to work. It has been mentioned by just a few users that you can in fact safely flash these to other US Variants without bricking your phone, but it probably will have no connection.
IF YOURS IS AN INTERNATIONAL MODEL GALAXY S3 (I9300/I9305) YOU MAY BRICK IT IF YOU FLASH ANY OF THESE!!!
I have tested each T999 modem on my own device with no issues, however, you flash at your own risk! The others should be perfectly safe for their respective models. I have never been told of any problems with them in the past!


Individual Releases

All modems are flashable from within TWRP or CWM Recovery
They are listed beginning with the latest release at the top of each models section.

T999 Modems
 

These modems are ONLY compatible with the T999!

Baseband: UVUENC2
From Build: UVUENC2
OS: JB 4.3
Release Date: Mar, 2014
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 55f42d330ad6825b09ec94d25bdc12c4


Baseband: UVUEMJC
From Build: UVUEMJC
OS: JB 4.3
Release Date: Nov, 2013
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 58f9deeeb70843db3cd13b89af448a3f


Baseband: UEMJ4
From Build: UVUEMJ4 (Leaked)
OS: JB 4.3
Release Date: Oct, 2013
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 49a341c094e28608fefaa91d66a61c33


Baseband: UVMD5
From Build: UVDMD5
OS: JB 4.1.2
Release Date: May. 13, 2013
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 4b4ddd0d31a068e360e0412890be5c2a


Baseband: UVLJC
From Build: UVDLJC
OS: JB 4.1.1
Release Date: Jan. 17, 2013
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: efe8682e652dfed1d75bca2db7dfb0df


Baseband: UVLJA
From Build: UVDLJA
OS: JB 4.1.1
Release Date: Nov. 14, 2012
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: aaf831b64c5e47fe31a6b2645f6236ac


Baseband: UVLJ4
From Build: UVALJ4
OS: ICS 4.0.4
Release Date: Oct. 17, 2012
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 17c3eabe691bdc9eb1b8d05fdeca8059


Baseband: UVLI8
From Build: UVDLI8
OS: JB 4.1.1
Release Date: Sept. 17, 2012
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 1fb367fba46355c195fd812827cda6d2


Baseband: UVLI7
From Build: UVDLI7
OS: JB 4.1.1
Release Date: Sept. 14, 2012
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: addd749cfb803118ef13482901d946e6


Baseband: UVLI6
From Build: UVDLI6
OS: JB 4.1.1
Release Date: Sept. 12, 2012
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 9bdc779858e8fd138e9fce4515fd3c2e


Baseband: UVLI5
From Build: UVALI5
OS: ICS 4.0.4
Release Date: Sept. 10, 2012
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 3717a6679daa9e45bde0cf48c3ad2e86


Baseband: UVLI4
From Build: UVALI4
OS: ICS 4.0.4
Release Date: Sept. 7, 2012
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 9a729a33c119bc0b87498abccdd35a38


Baseband: UVLI3
From Build: UVDLI3
OS: JB 4.1.1
Release Date: Sept. 6, 2012
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: e377bf79716db93e35bab737d53989b7


Baseband: UVLI2
From Build: UVALI2
OS: ICS 4.0.4
Release Date: Sept. 4, 2012
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: a3572ed43afaf975e1f2475a60243ea1


Baseband: UVLI1
From Build: UVALI1
OS: ICS 4.0.4
Release Date: Sept. 3, 2012
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 5843d680423caed839545998fe854e54


Baseband: UVLH3
From Build: UVDLH3
OS: JB 4.1.1
Release Date: Aug. 24, 2012
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 7b6b8035c494caa83c818e8858e575f6


Baseband: UVLH2
From Build: UVALH2
OS: ICS 4.0.4
Release Date: Aug. 17, 2012
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: f5f59efddfb04914ddac5b1a73873336


Baseband: UVLG1
From Build: UVALG1
OS: ICS 4.0.4
Release Date: June? 2012 (Updated Out-Of-Box)
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 0400c0b05c144e7f7739c8150041a44f


Baseband: UVLEM
From Build: UVALEM
OS: ICS 4.0.4
Release Date: May 2012 (Original Out-Of-Box)
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 3c68442572c5d75bfa1588b4f40af286



T999L Modems
 

These modems are compatible with the T999L and T999N!

Baseband: UVUBNC1
From Build: UVUBNC1
OS: JB 4.3
Release Date: March, 2014
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: ac3a6f640613968b25475ed0fa0fd8f2

Baseband: UVUBMK4
From Build: UVUBMK4
OS: JB 4.3
Release Date: Dec. 9, 2013
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 52414b9bbf14e0bda6f2f4ffe196f6b7


Baseband: UVAMB7
From Build: UVAMB7
OS: JB 4.1.2
Release Date: Feb. 28, 2013
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 52bb7a0a1121b4fc79fc7e60b0632921



T999N Modems
 

These Metro PCS modems are compatible with the T999L and T999N!

Baseband: UVBNC1
From Build: UVBNC1
OS: JB 4.3
Release Date: March 2014
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 7b9b213a3f5ad1b4c44a8794c988c598

Baseband: UVAME4
From Build: UVAME4
OS: JB 4.1.2
Release Date: Unknown
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 681676d4c54ca93b5034e742a199392f



T999V Modems

 

These modems are ONLY compatible with the T999V!
Note about these Canadian Variants: All three carriers (Wind, Mobilicity, Videotron) phones have an identical Build and Baseband. Because of this I would say the modems are likely all the same, and so the Wind modem should work on the other two carriers and vice versa. I have no way to verify this so I will err on the side of caution and continue to offer all three. If you do use one carriers modem on any other carrier, I make no guarantees that it will work. (But please let me know of any success or failure if you do give it a shot).



Eastlink
Baseband: VLEMK5
From Build: VLEMK5
OS: JB 4.3
Release Date: Dec 7, 2013
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 7b4c3327af4eb9b7971c28d6160633e2


Mobilicity
Baseband: VLEMK5
From Build: VLEMK5
OS: JB 4.3
Release Date: Dec 7, 2013
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 0640795c3fcb6187ee2150ad21cde26e


Baseband: VLDMF2
From Build: VLDMF2
OS: JB 4.1.2
Release Date: July 10, 2013
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 77a4523d38dec1e8c5b28646727ee671


Baseband: VLLE6
From Build: VLALE6
OS: ICS 4.0.4
Release Date: June 20, 2012 (Original Out-Of-Box)
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: ede3d51d1f54f4861ff6fdb4237faa11


Baseband: VLLH2
From Build: VLALH2
OS: ICS 4.0.4
Release Date: Sept. 21, 2012
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 746c1a7999e65daa3e9758d6af83b1db


Videotron

Baseband: VLEML2
From Build: VLEML2
OS: JB 4.3
Release Date: March, 2014
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 7c803185a5ecb364488b20f28ca84cbd


Baseband: VLEMK5
From Build: VLEMK5
OS: JB 4.3
Release Date: Dec 7, 2013
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: c796de20b5631d97599e86e751b41766


Baseband: VLDMF2
From Build: VLDMF2
OS: JB 4.1.2
Release Date: July 10, 2013
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 17b6626c0311b9d9e3623c4b8c42cb68


Baseband: VLDLL1
From Build: VLDLL1
OS: JB 4.1.1
Release Date: Jan. 2013 (Updated JB)
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 6b9a955944ceb57a045ac84b220ee40f


Baseband: VLLE6
From Build: VLALE6
OS: ICS 4.0.4
Release Date: June 20, 2012 (Original Out-Of-Box)
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: ff40f4ecfa8f742ecfb439c9ddd626fc


Baseband: VLLH2
From Build: VLALH2
OS: ICS 4.0.4
Release Date: Sept. 21, 2012
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 2beacacbbc72df7d2ac8b4fc10a9dd2e


Wind Mobile
Baseband: VLEMK5
From Build: VLEMK5
OS: JB 4.3
Release Date: Dec 7, 2013
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: bf886b6dda2a2b4544e290023d18b592


Baseband: VLDMF2
From Build: VLDMF1
OS: JB 4.1.2
Release Date: July 10, 2013
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 84878e5e3d3098e352b044f81441ce02


Baseband: VLDLL1
From Build: VLDLL1
OS: JB 4.1.1
Release Date: Jan. 2013 (Updated JB)
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: 9a3c9dce80660023a6d7f7805720f09a


Baseband: VLLE6
From Build: VLALE6
OS: ICS 4.0.4
Release Date: June 20, 2012 (Original Out-Of-Box)
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: bdbb02b5028afc6b008222a3a8c8fc1d


Baseband: VLLH2
From Build: VLALH2
OS: ICS 4.0.4
Release Date: Sept 26, 2012
MIRROR
MD5 Sum: d964aad1b89d89b04150639112d85258





Team Sonic - Modem Flasher For All {Out-Of-Date}

clark44 has ported over his Modem Flasher from the Sprint Galaxy S3 variant. This is really an awesome tool and can make flashing and testing these radios super easy! You only have one file to keep track of rather than the many individual ones below! It uses the aroma installer which allows you to pick which modem you want to install. This is great for testing to find your "best" modem! Huge thanks to clark for putting in the time and effort to port it over for us! I have considered taking over and updating it, but have not decided for sure yet as we would probably need 3 or 4 versions due to the other variants and sheer number of modems available.

Flash the tool from TWRP or CWM Recovery.



Credits:

Prod1702 for the leaked UVUEMJC modem!
Wildchld for the first few modems and the recovery flashable zip, not to mention all of the rest of his amazing work!
clark44 for making Baseband flashing even cooler and more fun than before with his Modem Flasher tool!
mercado79 for the updater-script we continue to use with each individual modem release
meleii for his public map idea and for letting me put it to use here
vnguyen972 for getting the map set up for us
isodread for pulling, uploading and testing the Wind Mobile modem VLLE6
nicky9door for testing the Wind VLLE6 modem
htc fan89 for pulling, uploading and testing the Videotron modem. VLLH2
dimon222 for providing the Mobilicity VLLE6 modem.
clenh for pulling, testing and having the Mobilicity VLLH2 modem zipped and ready for release
aklyrical for providing the Wind VLLH2 modem.
Wanderer2012 for providing the Videotron VLLE6 modem.
PoLaRBe4r for providing the Videotron VLDLL1 modem.
GenericAsianGuy for providing the Wind VLDLL1 modem.
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Maps & Modems





A Public Map to track which modems work best in a given area!



No longer do you have to ask, "Whats the best modem in my area?"
Just click the link below the title and enter your location in the Google search box to see if anyone close by has entered their results!
Don't see any posted information close by? Then please run some tests of your own and help everyone out by entering your results.


I encourage everyone to run their own tests and to please share your findings. Even if there are already 3 or 4 entries for a location, please take some time to add to the map. The more tests/results posted in an area, the more reliable the map becomes!

I suggest that everyone use the SpeedTest.net app by Ookla from the Google Play Store. If you use another method, please mention it in the map information you post.


*I got this idea from meleii of the AT&T forums. Thanks to him for the idea and allowing me to copy it for use here! If you see him, Thank Him!
*Thanks to vnguyen972 for getting the map set up for us so quickly. Thank him too!


INSTRUCTIONS

Make sure you are logged into your Google account
Click the link below the title, or click HERE to open the map.
Enter your City, State and Zip in the search box. (I recommend also entering a nearby intersection to produce more accurate results)
Click on the Map Marker
Click Save to Map
Select TMobile GS3 Modem in the drop down box and click Save
Now click on your location in the panel on the left.
Please use your City, State and Zip for the title.
Enter your information into the description, then Save!


Should look something like this:

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UVLI6
XquiziT v70, UVALH2, Stock Kernel (ROM, Build, Kernel)
Ping: 146-733
8-13 / 1-3 (Down / Up)


If you care to go a step further, the following would also be helpful:
Any related build.prop tweaks (More information to come later)
Any other info you feel is relavent

Of course, everything is optional. You don't HAVE to use the above format, but I think if everyone does, it will make it much easier to read.

Remember, the more data we collect, the more reliable it becomes! You are, of course, more than welcome to enter test results for more than one area. (Home, Work, Wherever you want!)
Sometimes when you search for just your City, State and ZipCode, the map marker can still be a number of miles away from where you are. If you also enter a nearby intersection you can get the Marker closer to you. I don't recommend having it point at your house!

NOTE:
If you want to help or encourage people to find and take part in this project, Please link them to this page/post rather than posting links directly to the map all over the place. This should help keep all related questions and comments here, and help prevent a bunch of extra threads which will needlessly clutter up the forums!

Thanks in advance to all who choose to participate!!!

Credits

meleii for the idea and for allowing us to use it here
vnguyen972 for getting the map up and running for us
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Tips and Tweaks


In this post you will find tweaks, edits and anything else which may have an affect on your data speed.
This being the Baseband/Modem/Radio thread, I only plan to include those tips which are related to your data connection.

In the future I may start a new thread with lots more information on everything else!


build.prop tweaks


In this section you will find different entries which can be changed or added/removed to your build.prop, located at /system/build.prop. I will do my best to define and describe what each entry does and the available values you have to choose from.

First a little general info about the build.prop file.
  • During boot, the system reads the build.prop from top to bottom. This means that if you have duplicate entries, the last one read will be the one applied. In this case you may feel free to delete any duplicates to clean it up a little.
  • You must leave a blank line at the very end of the file. Otherwise it will not be read.
  • When experimenting with different values, it can be handy to comment out the original and leave it there as a backup and reference. To comment out an entry, simply put # at the beginning of the line. Anything on that line after the # will not be read by the system. This is a good way to leave a quick note for yourself if needed.
  • If you see an entry here, but it is not in your build.prop, you can just add it in. If it is already in your file, just edit the value.

IMPORTANT!!! Make a copy of your original before you edit anything!!! Stop Here and put a copy of your build.prop on your EXTERNAL sdcard!

There are certain lines in this file which, if incorrectly edited, can cause your system to not boot. Don't Panic! Got your Towel?? Good! All you have to do is copy your backed up original back to /system/
How? Easy! Just reboot into recovery (I am assuming that if you are editing your build.prop you also have TWRP or CWM installed). Once in recovery mount your system partition if it is not already done. Now, using the built-in file browser, rename your edited build.prop and copy the original back to /system/
Reboot! (I know for a fact that the file browser is built into TWRP. I am assuming it is the same with CWM. If it is not, let me know and I will post another easy solution for you.)


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OK, I think we have covered the important pre-edit stuff!
I will start with just a few to get this going, and I will try to continue building on it until I run out of information.
I will be adding more to the list soon! (I will also probably play with the format a bit to try making all of this easier to read)

And Now......The build.prop tweaks!

Default
ro.ril.hsxpa=1
ro.ril.gprsclass=10

Usually recommended
ro.ril.hsxpa=3
ro.ril.gprsclass=12

The radio in our phone has the following capabilities:
  • HSDPA Category 24 (42.2 Mbps)
  • HSUPA Category 8 (11Mbps)
  • GPRS Class 12 (?) (4 Downlink Timeslots, 4 Uplink Timeslots, with 5 Timeslots simultaneously active) (It may be capable of a higher class, but I am not sure at this time)
  • 64QAM (wave modulation)

T-Mobile's networks support the following:
  • HSPA+42 supports HSDPA Cat 24, and HSUPA Cat 6
  • HSPA+21 supports HSDPA Cat 14, and HSUPA Cat 6
  • HSPA+ (will verify later) (believe D=10, U=5)
  • HSPA (will verify later) (believe D=8, U=5)

The ro.ril.xxxx properties are used to define the target network.
So if you are in an area that has HSPA+42, you should try these values:
ro.ril.hsxpa=3
ro.ril.hsdpa=24
ro.ril.hsupa=6


For areas with HSPA+21, try these:
ro.ril.hsxpa=3
ro.ril.hsdpa=14
ro.ril.hsupa=6


Check the HSPA+42 Fact Sheet to see if your area has been upgraded yet!


ro.ril.hsxpa defines the target networks available technology. (I have not found anywhere to verify for sure, so this is from others definitions and my own reading)
0 = 3gpp Release UMTS r99
1 = HSDPA
2 = HSDPA/HSUPA
3 = DC-HSPA (HSPA+)
4 = ?? (Maybe LTE related, or HSPA+42?, testing needed)
5 = ?? (May not even be defined yet, but likely related to LTE)


ro.ril.gprsclass defines the GPRS MultiSlot Class to be used on the target network.
10 = Slower Uplink, ?Uses Less Battery?
12 = Faster Uplink, ?Uses More Battery?

If we can verify that my theory for these is correct, I will post the HSPA+, and HSPA values as well. But you should be able to figure those out on your own.


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ALL AVAILABLE VALUES

ro.ril.hsxpa=0-3
(I have seen 4 and 5 used, but cannot confirm they are really defined values, likely LTE related if they are)


ro.ril.gprsclass=1-12 and 30-34
(I have seen and used ones in between in the past, but they are no longer listed)
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO


ro.ril.hsupa=1-9
(10-12 may be defined at this point, but I could not verify this)
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO


ro.ril.hsdpa=1-16 and 19-36
CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFO


ro.ril.enable.dtm=0,1
DTM = Dual Transfer Mode -- EDGE ONLY --This defines whether or not the target network supports simultaneous transfer of both voice and data. Likely not needed at all.

ro.ril.hep=0,1
(??? I have seen this used in many places, but have never been able to verify its use) Likely not needed.

ro.ril.enable.a51=0,1 Weak, hackable encryption used to provide privacy for voice communications. Not needed.
ro.ril.enable.a53=0,1 Weak, hackable encryption used to provide privacy for voice communications. Not needed.
***These both are weak and have been easily hacked. I would imagine it would serve only to slow things down a little. Of course, there is the argument that some is better than none! I leave it up to you to decide for yourselves.

As far as I can tell, the ONLY real tweaks you need to make for now are HSXPA, HSDPA, HSUPA, GPRSCLASS. I am aware there are others that can be added as well, but I have not done the research or testing yet and would like to nail these down first! Any help/feedback is appreciated!


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Speedtest.net Alternatives

I personally do not find the SpeedTest.net app to be very reliable or indicative of real world speeds. You can choose different servers and get wildly different results. However, as with most benchmarks, so long as you are being consistent with your use, the data can still prove useful. This is why I still recommend using only that app for posting your results to the Map.
Your results can be heavily impacted by traffic, server choice, distance, routing, etc. I have had terrible speedtest results, only to turn around and download a large file super quick! So remember, no matter what you use, these tests will not give you a very accurate reading into what you can expect with real-world use.

Below you will find listed some alternative websites where you can test the speed of your connection. I am listing them here so that you can possibly find a better testing alternative to use for your own results. If you use any of these or know of others, please share your experience and maybe we can find something better and more consistent for everyone to use!

http://pcsupport.about.com/od/toolso...speed-test.htm (This one links to many different speed test sites!)

http://www.broadband.gov/qualitytest/ (This is hosted by the FCC for their Wired Broadband Testing. You have to enter your name and data to use it. Not sure if theres a way around it.)

http://www.mobilespeedtest.com

http://www.comcast-speedtest.com

http://speedtest.comcast.net/ (requires flash)


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For Your Reading Pleasure!

T-Mobile HSPA+42 Fact Sheet and List of Upgraded Markets

3GPP.org

AnandTech SGS3 Review (Pg 8, Cellular, WiFi, GNSS, Sound)

Info on HSPA

Articles on wireless technologies

Wiki on QAM wave modulation, our SGS3 uses 64QAM which can help determine HSDPA/HSUPA categories.

http://www.broadband.gov/

FCC Mobile Broadband Services Testing and Measurement Program

Your Privacy and FCC Broadband Measurement: What You Need to Know About Your Personal Data

Comments of CTIA - The Wireless Association (regarding mobile broadband testing)



Here is an image I found that may help you to understand T-Mobile's network refarming effort a little better.





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Hey guys, I saw something pretty cool on the AT&T forums.
In their modem thread by meleii he has set up a public map in google maps where their users can enter their location and enter information about which is the best performing modem in their area.

I have seen a lot of people asking what modem is best where they are, and this may be a good way to figure all of that out. Provided enough of you would be willing to perform honest testing and enter your results on the map that is.

Ive never used public maps, but am willing to learn and implement if this is something you guys would like to see.
(As if I dont already know the answer to that!) Anyway, if you have any feedback or pointers or anything else to add please feel free to do so!

Check out the AT&T thread here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=30190803

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Well since we don't have a map. Who lives in Pennsylvania or Philadelphia and which radio works best?

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Well since we don't have a map. Who lives in Pennsylvania or Philadelphia and which radio works best?

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I live in Bucks county- still testing the newest ones out. I will report back in a few days. The modem flasher is awesome as it allows you to quickly change without too much of a hassle. SO far the latest leak (UVLI5) is the best for me followed by UVLG1. I am still running some tests on the latest leak though.
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hershey pa, 15 seems best so far.
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Hey guys, I saw something pretty cool on the AT&T forums.
In their modem thread by meleii he has set up a public map in google maps where their users can enter their location and enter information about which is the best performing modem in their area.

I have seen a lot of people asking what modem is best where they are, and this may be a good way to figure all of that out. Provided enough of you would be willing to perform honest testing and enter your results on the map that is.

Ive never used public maps, but am willing to learn and implement if this is something you guys would like to see.
(As if I dont already know the answer to that!) Anyway, if you have any feedback or pointers or anything else to add please feel free to do so!

Check out the AT&T thread here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=30190803

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Nice idea.

I created a map here... now if we all could join and contribute
https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?ie=U...ebcfb8b7b4df9b

Instruction copied from the ATT thread:
Please click the above URL and follow these steps to add yourself to the map:

Use the search box to locate your city, state, and country.
On the marker that appears, you’ll see a link that says*’Save to My*Maps‘*within the bubble.
Click the link and select the*TMobile S3 Modem.
Put your name as the title for the marker, and within the bubble provide whatever info you’d like
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