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Question (I9000) Baseband for 4.4 ?

My baseband seems out of date XXJVU Baseband. With one is newer better for SlimKat Android 4.4 ?
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XXJVT-I9000-JB-KK.zip
XXJVU-I9000-JB-KK.zip
XXJW4-I9000-JB-KK.zip

with one is better?
 
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wher to download
 
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i donīt now
 
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Look under modems in [Toolkit][A.I.O Rescue & Recovery] My Android Collection and select the modem meant for your region

 
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im not sure which one is best ? i would say stick to what you already have working for you already.
 
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im not sure which one is best ? i would say stick to what you already have working for you already.
Yes, indeed. The baseband is mainly responsible for your cell phone signal. But it depends on your region, which one's best for you. Basebands aren't usually included in the rom, so you can just go on using your current one, if you don't have any problems. I usually flash the latest stock firmware for my region before flashing the rom and then just leave the baseband. But you could also try flashing one of those: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...64&postcount=4.
 
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