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26th June 2011, 07:00 AM |#71  
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without gsm? wats that....? :)

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GSM is your network.

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26th June 2011, 07:04 AM |#72  
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Some telling it'll not work in India OS that true

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Not it's not like that. You can flash this rom.but problem is your network will not work. Correct me if any indian guy having working GSm on it.

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26th June 2011, 07:19 AM |#73  
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Not it's not like that. You can flash this rom.but problem is your network will not work. Correct me if any indian guy having working GSm on it.

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yaa working for me.. no problms yet....
26th June 2011, 07:27 AM |#74  
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yaa working for me.. no problms yet....

Is it true its very slow and so much lag? Hows your impression to this rom?
26th June 2011, 07:32 AM |#75  
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Now that is thinking ahead

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26th June 2011, 08:31 AM |#76  
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I am in india and using since v20a. No problems whatsoever. But you cant expect the cm speed until sources are out.

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26th June 2011, 09:10 AM |#77  
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Yo forgot to add this in the noob repo,adding it now

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26th June 2011, 09:12 AM |#78  
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Yo forgot to add this in the noob repo,adding it now

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Haha, no problem.

Oh, back to your original question about the sucky baseband: what we would really need is something like write_raw_image() for the radio... so that it could be flashed from recovery.

Noone tried something like that?
26th June 2011, 09:13 AM |#79  
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so is it really imposible to create an overclockable kernel for this beast?

Do you make a baby just born yesterday, wear pants :P

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26th June 2011, 09:16 AM |#80  
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Haha, no problem.

Oh, back to your original question about the sucky baseband: what we would really need is something like write_raw_image() for the radio... so that it could be flashed from recovery.

Noone tried something like that?

I know that command,but... how could we flash the right baseband from recovery? What about the mbn file extension? I tried to decrypt amss.mbn using unyaffsmbn but no luck.
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I know that command,but... how could we flash the right baseband from recovery? What about the mbn file extension? I tried to decrypt amss.mbn using unyaffsmbn but no luck.

Needs someone familiar with the low-level GSM sh*t. Way above my level.
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