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Finally I have the 936 ril and I think it's the right for mine cause everything works ... Fingers crossed
Thanks a lot!!!
and happy new year :P

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Many thanks, seems like this solved the reboots while using 3G! The very first ICS I have installed was the first leaked chinese ICS (B926), so I installed B926 RIL, turned on 3G and so far the reboots are gone! Now Infusion B06 + RIL fix is absolutely flawless! Got 3 restarts today.. so sad. :(

Maybe I will have to try another RILs.. :(

Edited by pan smajl, 21 January 2013 - 10:09 PM.

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Just to mention that 936 RIL seem to solved my reboots as well, after following "events":
- > factory GB
-> B936
-> lots of custom ROM's
-> downgrade to GB
-> factory B952
-- REBOOTS started appearing on 3G
-> other B952 based ROM's
-- REBOOTS always present
-> installed 936 RIL
-- ALL OK :)

Now, after installing 936 RIL I'm 30 hrs reboot free, always on 3G, even traveling by car (this often caused reboots).

Thanks to all!

EDIT: S*it, it happens again :(

Edited by ivan.arandjelovic, 22 January 2013 - 10:46 AM.

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B952 RILs anyone?

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Strange. I got a reboot now. I had my phone in airplane mode for a few hours. 30 minutes after turning airplane mode off I got a reboot. This is with Cyanogenmod R5.

However, the 926 RIL seemed to prevent reboots when using Infusion B07.
With Cyanogenmod, installing the appropriate RIL may have caused the reboots happen less frequently.

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How can I know what was my baseband? I had upgraded to ICS 4 G300 and i don't remember what baseband i used for mine.

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System settings > About phone > Baseband version

I'm pretty sure that if your last stock ROM was ICS then you are by definition on 2030.

On the other hand maybe you mean "what is my RIL version"? In which case I don't know of any way to check if you don't remember what Bxxx version stock ROM was the last one that you upgraded to using the official upgrade path (or update.app).

Edited by dalyer, 06 February 2013 - 07:09 PM.

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That was what i wanted to know, my RIL, i'm using stock+ from cyda_ (btw, i can't find the rom thread) and wanted to apply this RIL to my phone.

Edited by Feahnor, 06 February 2013 - 07:23 PM.

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I've never seen a way to check what RIL you have. I don't know if such a check exists. The exact "rules" about RIL compatibility are not clear to me either - or the worst case scenario if you flash the "wrong" one (not service, bricked etc.?).

Cyda asked for the Stock+ ROM thread to be deleted a while back so maybe this was acted upon. I can't find it either now.

Not sure if you're referring to "3G in standby" reboots but if so then this thread might be of interest?

http://www.modaco.co...issue-released/

Hope this helps.

Edit: yeah - Stock+ ROM thread gone:

http://www.modaco.co...4-updated-0511/

(From here http://www.modaco.co...e-updated-1513/)

Edited by dalyer, 06 February 2013 - 07:25 PM.

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If you followed a particular guide, you could check which update.app it links to - I followed the "like you're 5" guide which iirc uses B936.

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How can I know what was my baseband? I had upgraded to ICS 4 G300 and i don't remember what baseband i used for mine.


I think it goes like this...
Check your IMEI SV number (just below your IMEI number).

B952 > IMEI SV: 50
B944 > IMEI SV: 39
B936 > IMEI SV: 36
B934 > IMEI SV: 34
B926 > IMEI SV: 26

Edited by rob4x4, 06 February 2013 - 08:49 PM.

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Thanks a lot! Wasn't aware of that but now that you have posted it I found this which also maps Bxxx versions to IMEI SVs (translated from Spanish)

http://translate.goo...=520146&act=url

B952 (Free)> IMEI SV: 50
B944 (Yoigo)> IMEI SV: 39
B942 (Vodafone UK)> IMEI SV: 50
B936 (Vodafone ES / UK)> IMEI SV: 36
B934 (Free)> IMEI SV: 34
B926 (China Unicom)> IMEI SV: 26
B888 (Symio)> IMEI SV: 88
B882 (Vodafone UK)> IMEI SV: 82


Edited by dalyer, 06 February 2013 - 09:21 PM.

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I think it goes like this...
Check your IMEI SV number (just below your IMEI number).

B952 > IMEI SV: 50
B944 > IMEI SV: 39
B936 > IMEI SV: 36
B934 > IMEI SV: 34
B926 > IMEI SV: 26


IMEI SV: 34
B934 it is. Thanks!

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Thanks a lot! Wasn't aware of that but now that you have posted it I found this which also maps Bxxx versions to IMEI SVs (translated from Spanish)

http://translate.goo...=520146&act=url


Credit to Dazz for that one, I saw him post it on the IRC channel.

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Just to mention that 936 RIL seem to solved my reboots as well, after following "events":
- > factory GB
-> B936
-> lots of custom ROM's
-> downgrade to GB
-> factory B952
-- REBOOTS started appearing on 3G
-> other B952 based ROM's
-- REBOOTS always present
-> installed 936 RIL
-- ALL OK :)

Now, after installing 936 RIL I'm 30 hrs reboot free, always on 3G, even traveling by car (this often caused reboots).

Thanks to all!

EDIT: S*it, it happens again :(

Yeah, the reboots always seem to find its way back eventually no matter what.
I'm going back to Gingerbread.

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Yeah, the reboots always seem to find its way back eventually no matter what.
I'm going back to Gingerbread.

Have you tried jsevi83's hack - e.g. ICS on the GB baseband/bootloader?

http://www.modaco.co...on-gb-baseband/

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Have you tried jsevi83's hack - e.g. ICS on the GB baseband/bootloader?

http://www.modaco.co...on-gb-baseband/

Hey, thanks. I'm trying it right now!
Mobile data seems to be really slow and there's a frequent alternating between 3G and H which is likely being inspected and worked on due to the thread you linked.

Feeling more confident about this solution though to the reboots though. Thanks.

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Further to tillaz initial post, some newer RIL versions for stock based ICS ROM'S. Click to download

RIL-960, RIL-952, RIL-940, RIL-926 : Radios from the different Huawei ICS builds.

Edited by Paulzie, 18 September 2013 - 11:03 AM.

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