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29th March 2011, 05:09 PM |#81  
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Vodafone Spain (from Eclair rom, but seem to work for Froyo too): freq_E_ES_VF2.22.0-850-1700-2100-signed.zip

^ this one worked for me (I'm in Spain). I flashed JBoogie's LiquidArc ROM (this one, is Froyo) and noticed that I only had phone signal when in HSDPA range (weird, huh?). No HSDPA = red cross After flashing the file i have G and 3G again

It's weird because I have flashed lots of different ROMs and never had a problem like this.
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31st March 2011, 12:07 AM |#82  
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That just happened to me with chinese rom, i got it temporarily fixed switching data connection manually to "only 2g" and i got 4 bars, only 3g = red cross. Flashing Baseband fixed it all.
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16th April 2011, 05:54 PM |#83  
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it seems India and SEA (South East Asia) have a different frequencies.
India = 850 / 2100
SEA = 900 / 2100
(according to this: http://www.and-developers.com/sbf:defy)

but in 1st post, it says India + SEA.
i lived on Indonesia, part of SEA.
i've try that fix months ago, and resulting a bad reception signal.

so, now.. i have a stock Indonesian (SEA) nandroid backup eclair 2.59 from my friend
with unyaffs, i extract these files from \system\etc\motorola\bp_nvm_default
and repack it to signed update zip.

here:
SEA Frequencies Fix (from Indonesian stock eclair 2.59)
http://www.mediafire.com/?97s8vl7e1lkqn3v

maybe it helps people who live on SEA region,
which have a bad signal reception after flashing different region SBF or froyo custom rom.
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16th April 2011, 10:01 PM |#84  
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Hi
I'm on paysrom 5.1 sbf 3.4.3-11, wich one is for this rom. I'm in madagascar freq 900.
Thks

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17th April 2011, 09:59 AM |#85  
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Originally Posted by marhensa

it seems India and SEA (South East Asia) have a different frequencies.
India = 850 / 2100
SEA = 900 / 2100
(according to this: http://www.and-developers.com/sbf:defy)

but in 1st post, it says India + SEA.
i lived on Indonesia, part of SEA.
i've try that fix months ago, and resulting a bad reception signal.

so, now.. i have a stock Indonesian (SEA) nandroid backup eclair 2.59 from my friend
with unyaffs, i extract these files from \system\etc\motorola\bp_nvm_default
and repack it to signed update zip.

here:
SEA Frequencies Fix (from Indonesian stock eclair 2.59)
http://hotfile.com/dl/114661581/a9f3...igned.zip.html

maybe it helps people who live on SEA region,
which have a bad signal reception after flashing different region SBF or froyo custom rom.

awesome, thanks a lot!

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17th April 2011, 10:01 AM |#86  
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Originally Posted by rrhg

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I'm on paysrom 5.1 sbf 3.4.3-11, wich one is for this rom. I'm in madagascar freq 900.
Thks

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Choose according to your country and carrier frequencies, not the rom.

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17th April 2011, 10:19 AM |#87  
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Choose according to the actual hardware you have, regardless of how well that matches up with your carrier's actual frequencies. Otherwise the performance of all bands, even 2g, may be degraded.
17th April 2011, 09:25 PM |#88  
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Hi,
I have fcc id: IHDP56LC4. 3G frequency 2100. Wich file can i use ?

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17th April 2011, 11:27 PM |#89  
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=946788

For LC4 use the 900/2100 files.

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29th April 2011, 06:18 AM |#90  
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Anyone know the best settings for US AT&T? Depending on which ROM I am on, I can run into 3G issues. 3Gfix resolves it on most of the, but not all (mainly CM7) so I'd like to get the settings for a manual setup.

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Originally Posted by Raccroc

Anyone know the best settings for US AT&T? Depending on which ROM I am on, I can run into 3G issues. 3Gfix resolves it on most of the, but not all (mainly CM7) so I'd like to get the settings for a manual setup.

Which fix you used?
U tried the Defy Basbandswitcher provided in the CM7 Beta 4?
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