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By charles427, Junior Member on 20th July 2010, 12:04 AM
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What radio should i be using on my telus hero . I updated to 2.1 . My baseband
version is 63.18.55.06pu_6.35.15.11. . I used Telus HTC Hero Root Tutorial. to get the update . Phone works great .
 
 
20th July 2010, 12:07 AM |#2  
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I use PU 15.14 and it works fine with Telus. You can get it here: http://www.villainrom.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=24&t=323

PS -- these questions belong in the general/Q&A sections
20th July 2010, 02:26 AM |#3  
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I've been using 08.22 for a while now and its the best so far (thats for Montreal all the way to Toronto) I've tried all radio ROMs and the last two, well they were not as good.

But that's only my opinion.

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20th July 2010, 03:18 AM |#4  
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I am using 15.14 in the GVA. It works well but I sometimes seem to get a little signal fluctuation. It could be my imagination though.
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Originally Posted by Kukussi

I've been using 08.22 for a while now and its the best so far (thats for Montreal all the way to Toronto) I've tried all radio ROMs and the last two, well they were not as good.

But that's only my opinion.

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I recently read something similar. The poster believed that 08.22 is the radio revision that most closely matches with Telus' shipping radio (63.18.55.06DAU_6.35.08.20).

Here's hoping that when the 2.1 updates reaches Telus, HTC will release a Telus-optimized radio!
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I'm running froydvillain and upgraded to 63.18.55.06OH_6.35.15.01

Seems to be running great, oh and I'm on telus canada
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Heya Telus peeps, anyone ever get a weird text message from 16005000014.

Every time I reboot, or come into service (when I was out of service) I get a text message from 16005000014 that's either blank or says how many voicemail messages I have. I do still get the regular voice mail notification in the top status bar.

Anyone else?

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Heya Telus peeps, anyone ever get a weird text message from 16005000014.

Every time I reboot, or come into service (when I was out of service) I get a text message from 16005000014 that's either blank or says how many voicemail messages I have. I do still get the regular voice mail notification in the top status bar.

Anyone else?

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yes, once in a while. annoying since it's got that nasty number it came from (ugly) and also I get charged for texts. I assume they didn't charge me when they sent it themselves, but still, annoying.
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