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.
Okay, so can anyone answer this? I've searched quite a bit and I don't have a definitive answer yet.
- I'm currently with an unlocked Bell Canada GT-I9000M (SGS) but my current carrier is Fido/Rogers.
- The current ROM is an official CM11 nightly ROM (20140513).
- I don't know what the kernel is (or that even matters). Kernel version says 3.0.101-g5fba4f build01@cyanogenmod #1
My baseband is I9000XXJVT
Now for my question...
I'm finding that my reception is crummy, terrible, just plain bad. I'm losing signal all the time. Can I flash one of these modems using ODIN even though they seem to be "older" modems and CM11 is KK?
My hunch is that I can but I want to bee 100% sure before attempting this.
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