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  1. memory: SJS00M date: 04/2012 U8815 bought in July 2012 from Yoigo - Spain
  2. Debería. Mira aquí: http://www.htcmania.com/showthread.php?t=603585
  3. Huawei AllBackup works perfectly with CM9.x / ICS, just flash this: https://www.solidfiles.com/d/089f805e88/ courtesy of jesevi83 CM10.x is Jelly Bean and Huawei AllBackup does not work with any Jelly Bean ROM. cheers :-)
  4. CyanogenMod 9.1 ICS and 10.1 JB from Dazozo are now both multi-baseband. No need to put any ICS UPDATE.APP on your Aussie GB and break 3G ;) Just put CWM 4 or 5 on, back up the system, and flash away :-) Additionally you should backup your IMEI (5) and modems (10, 11) with : ToolBox5iromV1.0.4.2.apk http://www.mediafire.com/?za08r2yqcer5jac
  5. why don't you have a look at this - looks related methinks. 3G 850: Recovery 3G 850 Mhz and http://www.modaco.co...60#entry2121999 cheers :)
  6. this post should actually solve the problem: http://www.modaco.co...-latin-america/ The poster offers the modems (partition 10 and 11) of the U8815-51 used in Latin America by some 850MHz 3G providers. Sounds familiar? from the source: ... package_extract_file("modem_st1_LA.img", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p10"); package_extract_file("modem_st2_LA.img", "/dev/block/mmcblk0p11"); ... And that's exactly the reason why the ICS modems from B926 China Unicom from this post: do NOT work for 850MHz 3G. Because the modems are different. On a different note you could of course backup these two blocks to some safe place from your working GB ROM and start experimenting ;)
  7. just like alvaromad said: flash this https://www.solidfiles.com/d/089f805e88/ CopiaTotal / AllBackup para flashear, gracias al post de jsevi83 from http://www.htcmania.com/showthread.php?t=490497 newer version, no busybox reqired, just tried it. worx :-)
  8. Looking for CM9 on GB baseband ROM "Not Found The requested URL /tmp/cm-9-20130220-EXPERIMENTAL-u8815-109808-A1.zip was not found on this server." link seems to be down :( Any suggestions? A buddy of mine from Ecuador would really like to try it on top of his GB (no oficial ICS for them)
  9. Glad you solved your problem :) Actually you not only reverted to the old IMEI but also to the old modems. 5irom backs up and restores partitions 5, 10, 11. 5 contains the IMEI 10, 11 are the modems. view this list of partitions for reference (courtesy jsevi83) http://www.htcmania....351&postcount=2 and his explanation on this forum: http://www.modaco.co...40#entry2105737 Cheers :)
  10. I came from B926 (chinese U8818 Unicom ROM), which uses the HSPA:11 modem. If I understand correctly you effectively just substitute the 2 modem partitions of a later ROM with the ones of B926... And I never had an unusual signal loss at all. Should be something different ...
  11. Radio FM: http://d-h.st/users/mikereidis/?fld_id=2706#files this is the free version - use the most recent entry documentación: http://d-h.st/TxN Spirit FM Radio Unlocked paid version
  12. Sharing magic makes it grow stronger :-D
  13. To get your data back: DO NOT format the SD or anything of the sort. :angry: Boot up your PC with linux (live-cd or usb-stick) http://www.linuxforu...-files-linux-1/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PhotoRec insert SD card in PC use "photorec" from "testdisk"-bundle to recover your files to the PC. or an external drive which is NOT your SD. Problem solved :) I have recovered most files for me and friends who had the same problem on various phones. It is not as rare as you might think! :wacko: Then - and ONLY THEN - put SDcard back into your phone and formal it there. - get into the habit of making periodic backups :unsure:
  14. Radio FM: http://d-h.st/3Rf gratuito Spirit FM Radio Unlocked de pago
  15. Well, I don´t know, if I'm being thick, but I have the "/system/etc/permissions/android.software.sip.voip.xml"-file in its place and restarted the device. Twice. -Fastboot is off. I should see the SIP settings under: Dialer->Menu->Settings->Internet Call Settings right? but it's not there ... any idea? B926 rom with B934repack on top, rooted and CWM

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