[TOOL] New Radio Flash> VANQUISH_BP_100730.160.64.15P

Discussion in 'RAZR HD/MAXX HD Development and Hacking' started by KaChow, Jul 18, 2013.

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    works great!!!!!!

    This works great. not one problem. but i did revert back from 4.2.2 to stock before i attempted this. had custom recovery and didnt temp unroot either. great job!!!
     
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    Glad to hear that it worked! In terms of "reverting" this applies to the Radio. As in once the latest .15P Radio is flashed, it cannot be reverted back to the previous .09P Radio.
     
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    What's so special about this radio again?
    Is this the one that will let you use Sim cards from at&t?
     
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    What if I have TWRP recovery? Has anyone tried this with TWRP? DancingNexus

    And where you say "it is best to let the device restore", does that mean I have to reinstall everything and set up my phone again?
     
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    Your looking for this if You Are Trying to Unlock Your Devices Modem. Be VERY CAREFULL.

    This works perfectly fine with TWRP or any other Recovery, I have done this myself with TWRP and it works.

    After this Radio flashes to your device, I would give it about 5-10 minutes for everything to settle. There is no Data loss or anything like that with this, it is just the Radio and nothing more, :biggrin:
     
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    Awesome. You guys ROCK!
     
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    Any idea what does this improves?

    Also... can I use any rom with this or should I use stock?
     
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    This a new Radio that is designed to improve over the previous, I've noticed slight improvements. I also tend flash many ROMs often and a stronger radio is always helpful.

    If installing I recommend using a stock blur system ROM, for the install.

    Sent from my DROID RAZR HD using Tapatalk 2
     
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    What kind of improvements?

    I am using Eclipse resurrection, wich is a blur based rom, with arrrghhh´s latest blur kernel. Do you think that will work? Sorry, do not know much about basebands... so I am guessing you can install roms independent on what baseband you have, right? I mean, what is scary is not being able to come back!

    Thanks!
     
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    Nevermind. In case someone was wondering, yes, it worked.
     
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    I'm a bit confused...seems to be my normal state of mind....I'm rooted and unlocked on my xt926. I did a temp unroot using Voodoo and accepted the 9.20.1 upgrade and then restored root. All went well, I think....except my baseband version is ...64.09P. I thought I should have received an updated baseband with the system upgrade. Am I missing something?
     
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    Didn't work. Still don't have baseband.

    I tried this because since an attempt to flash a 4.3 ROM soft-bricked my XT926 I've not had any connectivity at all. Have tried all the recommendations to restore stock ROM and have tried varied methods and ROMs and still no connectivity. Thought maybe flashing the radio would help and was glad to find this. But I followed all the steps and still nothing. I tried it on a stock ROM and on the last ROM I had that actually worked (and is still worked, except for the connectivity), but still nothing. Does anyone have any ideas what might be going on and what might fix it?

    Thanks.
     
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    Might be time to FXD

    Sent from my XT1058 using Tapatalk 2
     
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    Ok. A little more info on FXD would be appreciated.

    I've had several people refer to this in almost exactly the same way but no one has provided anything more. Seems like FXD is self-explanatory or should be known by everyone, but I can't find anything that explains what people mean when they say this. But I've tried any number of approaches to trying to restore a stock ROM and none of them have solved my baseband problem. So I'm at a complete loss. Is FXD something other than attempting to restore or flash a stock ROM?

    Thanks,
    Michael
     
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