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Compare the build/size/exterior labeling to a genuine one. If it's got the exact same exterior, I honestly doubt you can tell for absolute certain. However, in my experience, Samsung batteries are always at or very very close to rated capacity. If...
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I had this wifi problems with all recent ROM versions (LSD, MS1, LSJ, LSN, LSS and LSW). I finally fixed it for me by replacing the Modem+RIL files by slightly older versions. My latest ROM had a baseband version XXMS2 ...replacing this by XXLS8 f...
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"In front of" is just too inaccurate. The Baseband "sits" between the kernel and the radio hardware. This radio hardware does not include the wifi part. Wifi is directly controlled by the kernel and isn't touched by the baseband. I never said som...
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Hmm that's unlikely, the Wi-Fi stack is a part of the kernel, Wi-Fi will work even with no baseband at all.. weird. That's right but the modem/RIL part sits in front of the kernel and is e.g. responsible for the connection handling and connecti...
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I solved a similar problem by: flashing a custom recovery through odin booting into recovery mode doing a "wipe data/factory reset" doing a "wipe cache" doing a "format /system" doing a "format /preload" flashing a current custom RO...