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Master Geek
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# 142827 25-Mar-2014 21:23
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Just updated a Samsung Galaxy SII to 4.4.2, but the stock modem (DVLS3) from Telecoms Jellybean rom seems to have connection issues unless it's with the stock rom. Sent the phone back in under warranty and forgot to backup the modem I got to work on it, beforehand, so before I spend time going through modems until i found one that works, thought I'd check if anyone with this phone has any recommendations for a stable modem in NZ. Phone is on Vodafone's network, and It's technically a i9100T, but I have a i9100 rom on here at the moment, and as far as I know, the only difference between the i9100 and i9100T is the modem. I've gotten i9100 modems working fine previously, and I'm fairly sure the modem I ended up sticking with previously was a i9100 modem, not a i9100T modem.

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  # 1014927 29-Mar-2014 00:27
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Looks like I'm sticking with the XXMS4, in case anyone wants a stable modem for NZ, this one seems pretty good so far, been using it for the last few days. In case anyone wants the links to the modem,

 

XXMS4 With RIL

 

XXMS4 Without RIL

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