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[REF] [RADIO] [GSM] Galaxy Nexus GT-i9250 Baseband Collection & Discussion

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21st February 2012, 01:13 PM |#101  
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I'm not sure if anyone has tried this but i tried the SC04DOMLA1 on my Gnex on Three in the UK and it didn't pick up any signal

I'm using M420KRKL1 at the moment with no issues.
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21st February 2012, 02:50 PM |#102  
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I'm not sure if anyone has tried this but i tried the SC04DOMLA1 on my Gnex on Three in the UK and it didn't pick up any signal

I'm using M420KRKL1 at the moment with no issues.

I will note it has very "stable" performance on the front page then
21st February 2012, 06:33 PM |#103  
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Hello guys. Last week the Galaxy Nexus was released in Brazil, under a different name though(Galaxy X). This is due to a legal dispute over the Nexux brand. Anyway, I thought you guys might find the baseband info useful:

I9250UIKL3

I can't provide you guys with a dump as I have an european model myself but I'll try to find someone that can.
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21st February 2012, 07:24 PM |#104  
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SC04DOMLA1 works good on NetCom in Norway.
21st February 2012, 08:26 PM |#105  
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SC04DOMLA1 works good on NetCom in Norway.

I can confirm this. XXKL1 seems faster at peak speeds, but SC04DOMLA1 seems more stable. At least that is my impression having been using it for around a week or so.

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21st February 2012, 09:04 PM |#106  
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Best signal strength (so far)
The XXKL1 provides me with definitely the best signal strength so far (Germany, Telekom Deutschland D1)

Tested XXKK1 (like already posted / said: not recommended for >4.0.1 users, had a very bad signal strength and often complete Offline "hangs") and the XXKK6 (besser like the XXKK1, but worse than the XXKL1).

The difference is really remarkable, didn't expect this - Thanks!
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21st February 2012, 10:44 PM |#107  
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Hello guys. Last week the Galaxy Nexus was released in Brazil, under a different name though(Galaxy X). This is due to a legal dispute over the Nexux brand. Anyway, I thought you guys might find the baseband info useful:

I9250UIKL3

I can't provide you guys with a dump as I have an european model myself but I'll try to find someone that can.

Can't wait to flash a new radio for North/South America.

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22nd February 2012, 05:39 PM |#108  
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Currently running UGKL1, showing the best results so far on Rogers.

Has anyone else done some testing to see which is the best radio for Rogers? My Nexus came with UGKL1 and I'm lucky to hold 2 bars. Data drops regularly, which is annoying. 4 blocks away, I can barely hold 1 car of signal and the phone dips in and out of being in service. I am in south east Scarborough (Toronto). The serivce here absolutely sucks! Elsewhere in the city, it's good but not in my end.
22nd February 2012, 06:03 PM |#109  
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Has anyone else done some testing to see which is the best radio for Rogers? My Nexus came with UGKL1 and I'm lucky to hold 2 bars. Data drops regularly, which is annoying. 4 blocks away, I can barely hold 1 car of signal and the phone dips in and out of being in service. I am in south east Scarborough (Toronto). The serivce here absolutely sucks! Elsewhere in the city, it's good but not in my end.

Why don't you flash some radios and try them out for a few days or so? Only you will be able to test which is the best radio, given that performance will vary with, among other things, individual usage patterns, weather, geography, obstacles, proximity to antennas, etc. That is why it makes it very difficult for you to get a sense of which radio is better for you based on someone else's results, unless the person is in the same vicinity as you, travels the same paths as you, has the same usage pattern as you, etc.
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22nd February 2012, 10:03 PM |#110  
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Posted a new, updated radio-grabbing utility (which mskip supposedly considers for his galaxy nexus utility pack ) with updated instructions:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...76&postcount=8
23rd February 2012, 08:51 PM |#111  
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Hello guys. Last week the Galaxy Nexus was released in Brazil, under a different name though(Galaxy X). This is due to a legal dispute over the Nexux brand. Anyway, I thought you guys might find the baseband info useful:

I9250UIKL3

I can't provide you guys with a dump as I have an european model myself but I'll try to find someone that can.

Which baseband are you using here in Brazil?
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