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View Poll Results: Which Radio do "you" find the best.
1.02.25.19 Raphael 406 16.80%
1.02.25.27 Raphael 34 1.41%
1.02.25.31 Raphael 59 2.44%
1.02.25.28 Raphael 378 15.65%
1.02.25.32 Raphael 483 19.99%
1.03.25.18 Diamond 32 1.32%
1.09.25.14 Blackstone 148 6.13%
1.05.25.BS14 Diamond 31 1.28%
1.09.25.23 Diamond 107 4.43%
1.08.25.08 Diamond 51 2.11%
1.06.25.29 Xperia 94 3.89%
1.09.25.13 Quartz 52 2.15%
1.08.25.20M1 Raphael 541 22.39%
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[RADIO]Raphael Radio Thread - Latest Raphael 1.13.25.55 Radio [27 November 2009]

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Since this radio is made for Vodaphone in the UK, Im wondering how your aGPS with AT&T is if you are still using the rilphone.dll file? Is it still as lightning fast? If so, I wonder if the 1.12 rilphone.dll really is the first culprit for making AT&Ts aGPS to finally work, or if AT&T just finally got off their fat asses and fixed their servers...
Just tested and got a fix using GPSOneApp in just under 22 secs. with Agps enabled.

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This is also sitting in my office about 15 ft. from a window with complete cloud cover and raining.
 
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For me, the 1.12.25.19 radio coupled with the 1.14.25.05 rilphone.dll seems to work perfect for me. Good signal, good battery life and just all around a good combo for me. Could be placebo but the 1.14.25.05 radio wasn't all that great and ate battery so I flashed back to the 1.12.25.19 radio and did not change the rilphone.dll. So far so good.
hmm im going back to the 19 radio, ill try w/out the dll first per your experience.

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Extracted from Official Raphael ROMs.

1.01.25.16 - AT&T

1.02.25.11 -HTC

1.02.25.19 - HTC

1.02.25.27 - Cingular

1.02.25.31 - Cingular

1.02.25.28 - Extract Official Shipped Orange ROM ESN 1.90.75.3

1.02.25.32 - AT&T

1.08.25.20M1 - Official Shipped Australian ROM

1.11.25.01 - Official ROM (Newest)

1.12.25.19 - Raphael Radio from Test rom

1.14.25.05 - Mirror - Newest Raphael Radio (04-13-09)

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Once I flash My radio with anoter Raphael Radio, I think I want to flas the Leaked Test Radio Version,.....If I ever have to do a Hard Reset, will the new Flashed Radio stay or will I have to re-flash it again?

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Question:

Once I flash My radio with anoter Raphael Radio, I think I want to flas the Leaked Test Radio Version,.....If I ever have to do a Hard Reset, will the new Flashed Radio stay or will I have to re-flash it again?

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Your flashed radio will remain on your phone until you flash a different one. Hard resetting the phone will not revert your radio.
Device 1: HTC One (M8)/831C | Hardware Version: 0005

Baseband: 1.08.20.0612_4 | PRI: 2.62_003 | PRL: 56019
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1.0

Device 2: HTC Jewel/PJ75100 (EVO 4G LTE) | Hardware Version: 0003

Baseband: 1.13.11.1105 | PRI: 3.02_003 | PRL: 56018
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1.0b

Device 3: HTC Shooter/PG86100 (EVO 3D) | Hardware Version: 0002
Baseband: 1.09.00.0108 | PRI: 1.55_003 | PRL: 22100
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1.0

Device 4: HTC Supersonic/PC36100 (EVO 4G) | Hardware Version: 0004
Baseband: 2.15.00.01.15 | PRI: 2.33_003 | PRL: 40460
Recovery: TWRP 2.7.1.0
 
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Just tested and got a fix using GPSOneApp in just under 22 secs. with Agps enabled.

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This is also sitting in my office about 15 ft. from a window with complete cloud cover and raining.
the combo ain't working so great for me up here where i live. it couldn't even find satellites to lock using gps test. i revert back to the 1.12 rilphone and it found satellites again from the same spot. just reportin my findings for those of you in the GTA
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Your flashed radio will remain on your phone until you flash a different one. Hard resetting the phone will not revert your radio.
Thanks for the info, very much appreciated.

I have a question, before installing the Radio, I need to flash HARDSPL, I tried but my attempts failed. I followed the steps precisely.

I'm connected to Windows Mobile Center
I run the HardSPL.exe from my computer
the RUU finds my device and recognizes my device's information
I follow the RUU prompts untile it is ready to flash.
The Progress Bar appears on my Laptop at 0%, never progresses at all.
My phone goes into a black screen for EVER
At the same time my phone goes into a black screen the RUU errors on my laptap with a [260] connection error.

Am I missing something?

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did you bother reading the wiki, the first page, or the stickied "flashing for noobs" thread at all?
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Switched from 1.13 to the 1.14.25.05 on T-Mobile NLD (Radio ROM + RILPhone).

About the 1.14.25.05 radio:
Battery life seems to be much inproved, GPS is a bit slower to connect and the HSDPA seems to be about the same if not a bit better (I had an area with bad reception before, but now the internet radio keeps playing).

I think I'm keeping it for another week, and then maybe switch to 1.12, because I read good things about it.
 
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Been using 1.14.25.05 for a day. So far my impression is, battery life is good, gps locking is fast (but slower than 1.12.XX.XX). However, the biggest improvement is that the echo during voice call is gone. Am really happy now!
 
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Default measuring power consumption

I've put a good ten minutes into googling an alternative to acbpowermeter for the TP as that thing gives bad readings, came up dry. All I know of that gives presumably correct readings is the BatteryStatus today plugin but I'd like something that charts and tallys over time.

We got anything like that out there?
see at&t get its ass kicked right here
get battery facts from batteryboss.org

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