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I really don't think you'll have success by check or uncheck things in the frequency screen.
What the device can is chosen by it's baseband, and I haven't seen any other baseband for 9976A.
That's my opinion.
Yes Thor, i always do that before buying. http://www.devicespecifications.com/en/model/31742b48
You can see the four WCDMA frequencies that our devices support (850, 900, 1900, 2100).
I need 850 Mhz in 3G mode, but this frequency comes deactivated (see the attachment) i can only activate 900 and 2100...
Thq¿e question is...Can i flash another ROM or baseband to make this work??
@Thor Can you talk with your russian friends for any advice?
The phone is working excellent in all their functions, i only need to "open" that 3G frequencies.
Any advices or help?
I used mobileuncle app, i do this screenshot attached (i do not have the posibility to activate the frequencies i need)
Thanks in advance for all.
Been following this thread as some good discussions but honestly confused here
I am located in USA and am on ATT network
According to an ATT message board, ATT supports the following
For GSM 850 MHz and 1900 MHz.
For HSPA+, 850 MHz (Band V) and 1900 MHz (Band II)
For LTE 700 MHz (Band XVII) and some 1700 MHz (Band IV)
Can i use this Coolpad 9976 on ATT..would I be limited to like one frequency only on both GSM and 3G? Thanks for any advice (was about to buy this but held off)
I had a problem with my 9976a, it is in boot loop.
So I think I need a new system with all components.
Your hint to a german friend is for me importand, then I be a German and my english is not so understandible.
Please could you give me a connect to your friend?
Or could YOU help me? It was very kind.
It all depends on your current phone status.
Why did you try to modify it in the first place, how did you try it?
If you're able to
0) put phone in recovery-mode,
1) connect to the phone via adb,
2) rename/delete the wrong build.prop directly on the phone.
So you don't need to push or pull anything.
I'd start MTKDroidTools, connect the powered off phone or while it's powered on being inside the recovery-mode, and hit the ADB-button...then:
"rm build.prop" deletes current file
"mv build.prop.bak build.prop" renames your backup to original file
"reboot" restarts the device
If you want to use another ROM, you need a proper cwm-recovery to flash (any) kind of that .zip ...that's also the reason,why you couldn't install another ROM on your phone, because your current recovery haven't got the rights to do it. This will also be keeping you from using a update.zip containing the proper build.prop,but that's only a guess.
...on the fly with 9976A
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