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By benwalburn, Senior Member on 13th July 2013, 08:27 AM
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My phone froze on me earlier and threw me into bootloops. Recovery didn't work, so I flashed it again. Then I did a factory reset and flashed my rom again and I have no service at all and the play store doesn't work.

How do I get my baseband back?

For some reason the phone can't find the internal storage. I don't know how to fix this.

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13th July 2013, 08:55 AM |#2  
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My phone froze on me earlier and threw me into bootloops. Recovery didn't work, so I flashed it again. Then I did a factory reset and flashed my rom again and I have no service at all and the play store doesn't work.

How do I get my baseband back?

For some reason the phone can't find the internal storage. I don't know how to fix this.

If your phone can see the external card you could download a baseband from xda, copy it the card then flash the baseband from there.

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13th July 2013, 09:06 AM |#3  
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If your phone can see the external card you could download a baseband from xda, copy it the card then flash the baseband from there.

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I tried two different ones from here, but it still says baseband unknown.

On another note, fixing permissions fails completely. It seems I'm completely borked

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13th July 2013, 09:50 AM |#4  
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It might be best to restore to stock and start over. DL alternate restore and flash that from Odin. If that doesn't work then root66.

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13th July 2013, 01:50 PM |#5  
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Considering all the issues I'm having, root66 looks like the best way to go. Thank you.

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13th July 2013, 05:40 PM |#6  
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Considering all the issues I'm having, root66 looks like the best way to go. Thank you.

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If you use Root66 it doesn't completely wipe your phone like VRALJB or VRALL4 so you need to check the NAND Erase box in Odin before starting the flash.

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13th July 2013, 07:17 PM |#7  
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If you use Root66 it doesn't completely wipe your phone like VRALJB or VRALL4 so you need to check the NAND Erase box in Odin before starting the flash.

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I flashed root66 and it's stuck on the splash screen. Does it take a while to boot after that? I did factory reset and I had to format /data because TWRP thought I had encrypted data.

Update: flashed JellyBeans but it has no storage available (negative value on internal storage). Still no service. Flashing any of the modems that Scottsroms has does not update it. Maybe I can get it through odin. I heard that it takes a few minutes to flash a new modem, but it only takes a few seconds on my phone and does nothing
13th July 2013, 08:17 PM |#8  
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Successfully flashing a modem via TWRP only took a few seconds for me.

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If you haven't already you may want to reformat internal storage and or flash root66 with the pit file or after that with both of those and Nand erase selected in Odin.

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13th July 2013, 08:40 PM |#9  
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Successfully flashing a modem via TWRP only took a few seconds for me.

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If you haven't already you may want to reformat internal storage and or flash root66 with the pit file or after that with both of those and Nand erase selected in Odin.

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I flashed the full stock and it fixed my phone. Apparently, root66 doesn't update everything.
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How do you Flash the Full Stock?
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I flashed the full stock and it fixed my phone. Apparently, root66 doesn't update everything.


I am having the same baseband unknown problem. What do I do?
23rd August 2013, 11:40 PM |#11  
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I flashed the full stock and it fixed my phone. Apparently, root66 doesn't update everything.

That's why I and other users recommended you select NAND erase in Odin when using Root66, it isn't that it doesn't update everything it just doesn't completely wipe everything.

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I am having the same baseband unknown problem. What do I do?

Flash roo66 in Odin with NAND Erase checked.

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