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Hello i want change mi basebands, my phone is the Huawei y300-151 but i want the euro band 900MHz like the Huawei  y300-0100... please help, i'm Venezuelan

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hola soy de venezuela y las bandas no las puedes cambiar porq esa son adaptadas a la placa y no se cambian por software o por rom

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I think you need to change/flash /radio or /modem "partition" of your phone. In Europe, we using baseband 2030 (?!).

you need rooted phone and enabled adb debugging and installed Terminal / terminal emulator. unpack baseband image (130MB) to root of your sdcard0 (internal_sd) or sdcard1 (sdcard) and type following:

su <-- goes to root account

dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p3 of=/internal_sd/bb-org.img <-- to backup current baseband partition to *.img file (130MB)

dd if=/internal_sd/baseband.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p3   <-- to rewrite the same /radio partition with image i'm using with baseband 2030 from Y300-0100.

 

 

i've compressed 130mb file to 7mb 7zip archive and put in this link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gea5u34ojlpc667/baseband.7z?dl=1
 

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Well, yes, i've backuped /radio image before testing FireFox OS, and after returning to SlimKat, restore this image and my Y300 works OK on 2030 baseband.

I dont think it will hardbrick phone, only have problem with RIL (no simcard, can not call/recieve calls, no sms, no mobile data...).

I dont think any backup software backups /radio partition, maybe I'm wrong, but this is safe.
 

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Guest Garlast
On 10/6/2016 at 3:41 PM, Alsking said:

Hello i want change mi basebands, my phone is the Huawei y300-151 but i want the euro band 900MHz like the Huawei  y300-0100... please help, i'm Venezuelan

Tengo el mismo problema, compré una sim movistar y no me levanta 3g es horrible, imagino que sólo se da con digitel, quiero tener 3g pero con movistar porque el edge es malísimo, te gustaría hacer un cambio?

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Guest Garlast
On 19/7/2016 at 5:03 PM, adeii said:

I think you need to change/flash /radio or /modem "partition" of your phone. In Europe, we using baseband 2030 (?!).

you need rooted phone and enabled adb debugging and installed Terminal / terminal emulator. unpack baseband image (130MB) to root of your sdcard0 (internal_sd) or sdcard1 (sdcard) and type following:

su <-- goes to root account

dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p3 of=/internal_sd/bb-org.img <-- to backup current baseband partition to *.img file (130MB)

dd if=/internal_sd/baseband.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p3   <-- to rewrite the same /radio partition with image i'm using with baseband 2030 from Y300-0100.

 

 

i've compressed 130mb file to 7mb 7zip archive and put in this link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gea5u34ojlpc667/baseband.7z?dl=1
 

I have a huawei y300-0100 with a sim that runs 3g only in 1900MHZ but the phone only accepts  900/2100MHz  , if I make that process, will it run 3g then? I'm also venezuelan. Well, I think in case is the complete oposite, so I need another baseband.7z can you help me with that?

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On nedelja, 16. oktobar 2016. at 0:43 AM, Garlast said:

I have a huawei y300-0100 with a sim that runs 3g only in 1900MHZ but the phone only accepts  900/2100MHz  , if I make that process, will it run 3g then? I'm also venezuelan. Well, I think in case is the complete oposite, so I need another baseband.7z can you help me with that?

read parameter gsm.version.baseband=XXXX from /system/build.prop. Is it 2030 or something else? 
 

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