Motorola Droid :: New Baseband Threads

Aug 9, 2010

I have been looking at the baseband threads and I am thinking adout trying a new one. Mine is still the stock one. Should I try use Pete's. All in one? I also see it depends some on your location.

Motorola Droid :: New baseband threads

Motorola Droid :: What Baseband Is Everyone On?

Jul 13, 2010

with all the baseband's out right now, and all the questions as which one to run, perhaps it would be a good idea to post which one you are using, have used and your findings. i am on 01.43.01p. it has the fastest 3g speeds for me. i tried 01.41.00r but didnt get as good of a reception.

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Motorola Droid :: Which Baseband To Use

Jun 19, 2010

Whats the best baseband out right now to use with froyo roms i dont want anything that has known issues.

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Motorola Droid :: 3p Baseband Advantages

Apr 18, 2010

experts and newbies. What is the 3p baseband? What do we benefit from it? What baseband are we currently running? I have a Motorola Droid.

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Motorola Droid :: New Baseband Update

Jun 7, 2010

Thought this needed its own thread as its already buried in the froyo thread.

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Motorola Droid :: What Is Current Baseband?

Sep 13, 2010

Just wanting to know what the current baseband for the 2.2 release is. I'm terrible with searches and can't seem to find it.

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Motorola Droid :: New Baseband Bad Service

Apr 7, 2010

Ever since manually updated the baseband on my phone my service where i use the phone the most has been horrible my Perl also changed when doing this so i dont know if thats the reason or the baseband its self Ive tried countless times to update my Perl but it doesn't change any ideas on what i can do to improve my service by either getting new Perl or change baseband back

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Motorola Droid :: Need Downgrade Baseband?

Jun 11, 2010

I'm on NexFro v1.0 baseband C_01.43.01P (2nd froyo baseband leak) now and my signal is bad. Can I downgrade to C_01.41.01P (1st froyo baseband leak)? Everything was ok with C_01.41.01P. Or do I downgrade to the one before that? What should I do and how should I do whatever it is I need to do.

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Motorola Droid :: Another New Baseband C_01.43.01P

Jun 8, 2010

When it Rains, it Pours: Newest Radio File for the Motorola Droid C_01.43.01P you must have the C.01.41.00R baseband to upgrade to this one.

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Motorola Droid :: Baseband C_01.43.01P Slower In 3G?

Jun 11, 2010

I am running Nexbeast 1.1 so not a Froyo ROM, but I did update to the latest baseband via Pete's install on the ROM manager. Everything works great and my signal is usually 3-4 bars everywhere so it is a small improvement there.... However, I've noticed that my downloads have slowed dramatically. I used to get around 1.25Mb down or at least routinely over 1Mb, but now it's barelly 500-600k each time. I'm in different areas of town and it's not any better. Has anyone noticed this problem?The other thing is if I wanted to revert to the previous baseband (not the 3E.03P but rather 3E.01P, I believe) where do I get the file?

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Motorola Droid :: Wipe Baseband Data - What Does It Do?

Aug 23, 2010

wipe baseband data - what does it do?

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Motorola Droid :: Update To Baseband C_01.3E.03P

Mar 30, 2010

UPDATE - The file can now be found here:

That's right folks,

This was the goodie that I wanted from the OTA update the most, and now, thanks to t3hSteve at Alldroid, it is available to us in form. Confirmed success with Clockwork recovery, and I have done it as well with SPRecovery 0.99.3b.

You WILL be prompted to reactivate your phone, and also, re-enter your Google password.


Baseband results anyone? Bueller?


Additionally, I would suggest you reenter your programming menu (dial ##PROGRAM) to change your vocode to EVRC-B.

The SPC password is 000000

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Motorola Droid :: Baseband Downgrade To 01P -

May 16, 2010

Tired of losing your 3G on the new baseband? Dropping signals and calls all the time since the OTA update? Well here's the solution! The Baseband Downgrade to .01P!

1) rename to

2) place on root of sdcard

3) reboot into SPR

4) choose Install

5) Allow installation from

6) Install

7) Re-Activate by dialing *228, option 1

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Motorola Droid :: Baseband Update For Froyo 2.2

Jun 6, 2010

Baseband update for your froyo 2.2

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Motorola Droid :: Need Baseband / Wipe Data

Jul 29, 2010

Do I have to wipe data and cache just to install my new baseband? I really dont wanna have to go through the steps to get my phone back to the way it is now.

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Motorola Droid :: ROMs With Updated Baseband .43?

Jul 25, 2010

I haven't found one yet but is there any Froyo ROMs with built in baseband updates to .43?

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Motorola Droid :: Baseband Gave Me No Bars

Jul 27, 2010

I did a baseband update and it wasn't working i it.restarted my phone and no i have no bars. What do i do to fix this?

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Motorola Droid :: Did New Baseband Mess Up My Temps?

Mar 31, 2010

I updated baseband using recovery and everything went well. Afterwords, it appears to be messing with my temps. Previous to update SetCpu would consistently show temps in the 20's. Now it is almost always @ 30 or above. But Tempmonitor shows differently. Here are some pics. Any Ideas?

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Motorola Droid X :: SBF To 2.2 OTA To Get Updated Radio And Baseband

Oct 26, 2010

I'm currently running RubiX Focused 1.0 on top of the leaked 2.3.15. I was thinking of SBF'ing to the 2.2 OTA to get the updated Radio and Baseband. My question is this, once I SBF, root and install Bootstrap, can I then Nandroid back to my RubiX?

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Motorola Droid X :: Stock 2.1 Baseband And Kernel

Aug 31, 2010

I had bought an X off craigslist where the guy had updated to the leaked 2.2 build. i wanted to go back to stock 2.1 and i want to confirm i was successful. i was in the infinite boot loop by the way.

Anyways, here are my stats:

System version: Version.1.13.604.MB810.Verizon.en.US
firmware: 2.1-update1
baseband: BP_C_01.09.04P
Kernel: 2.6.29 w30471@il93lnxdroid08 #1
Build number: VZW
ERI version: 5
PRL version: 51926

So am i bone stock or did i mess something up?

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Motorola Droid X :: Kernal And Baseband Versions

Oct 14, 2010

Might someone on the official 2.2 OTA look at what their baseband and kernel version is and post it here. I just updated but want to confirm that I got the full update and not just the system files.

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Motorola Droid X : Cook 2.2 OTA ZIP For Baseband - Bootloader

Sep 24, 2010

I was looking at the OTA ZIP file from VZW and noticed some BIN and IMG files. I'm guessing that it bootloader and baseband images. Is there a way that I can swap out those files with a nicer bootloader? Basicly what I want is stock OTA 2.2 with 29.01 or 30.01 bootloader but I want the new baseband with the update. Can I do this or does it just fail because of signatures, checksums, or some other crap I can't think of?

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Motorola Droid :: Properly Install BB Baseband Update

Jul 3, 2010

How to I install Baseband update (C_01.43.01P) currently showing in CW under Bugless Beast. Tried once without wiping. Do I need to wipe... again. Stuck on Moto icon now.

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Motorola Droid :: Trouble Installing Baseband 43.01 Update

Jul 20, 2010

I was running NexFro 1.01 but due to alot of buggyness on my phone I had to abandon it and go back to NextBeastvs 1.1 on firmware 2.1.

After which my reception went to hell even after I did a *228,2. So I tried to install the baseband update .43.01 from the link located here:

However it just error's out when I try to install from the SD card using lockwork, says Installation aborted.

Does this baseband only work for 2.2? If so what is the best one for firmware 2.1?

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Motorola Droid :: Baseband Be Causing My Battery Issues?

May 6, 2010

I'm on C_01.3B.01p

could this be causing my bad battery?

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Motorola Droid :: Baseband Version Is Effecting Battery Life?

Aug 28, 2010

I'm currently using BBv.4 on my rooted Droid1 and I am still using the old baseband that came on the original stock ota 2.1 update1. I am always looking for ways to get more battery life out of my phone and that got me thinking. Technically I'm new to the whole smartphone scene and didn't get the whole hype about it until I got my Droid back in Dec. And since then have spent many hours learning about linux and researching the Android OS. Eventually I'm going to get into application development and coding. Everything I know is from research and trial and error on my Droid. The question I have is concerning the possible link between decreased battery life and the new baseband that is being pushed with the official Froyo ota update. I have not updated to an official 2.2 version so I can't compare the battery life between the two myself so I'm wondering if any of the more knowledgeable members of the forum ( you know who you guys are, lol) can help me out with this. The reason it is eating at me is because on Petes website there is a post on the forum about updating the baseband to the current version being used by Verizon instead of the one that was out in june with the same number. In the post it states the binary code is slightly different in the newer version. Could it be that something in the new version is effecting the battery life? Also, what is the downside of not updating my baseband if everything seems to be working properly. Sorry for such a long post but my mind is hungry for knowledge.

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Motorola Droid : All SMS Threads Mysteriously Deleted

Dec 14, 2009

So my droid just deleted about 1,000 or so text and picture messages among 5 or 6 different threads. I don't know what I could have done to cause this, as I've had "never delete messages" selected since day one.

I've seen a few more instances of this happening on other forums, but no mention of it here. Has anybody else run into this bug? It's infuriating.

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Motorola Droid :: Deleted All Text Message Threads

May 13, 2010

My unrooted droid on 2.1 deleted all my text message threads in the stock messaging app even the locked ones. What I don't get is ALL the picture messages are gone but the dialer storage is 10.6 mb. What the heck? It should be almost zero.

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Motorola Droid :: Lost Messages In Gmail Threads?

Feb 11, 2010

I just noticed something that is quite annoying in the native gmail app. If you "reply" to an email, but change the address you are replying to, you lose the ability to see the original message of the thread on your Droid. Here is an example. A friend of mine, Jane, was organizing a ski trip and sent out and email to the 20 people that were going with the details (dates, addresses, prices, contact info, etc). I replied to the email, but changed the address to John's email, because he was going to be driving me and I didn't want to reply to all. John and I continued the thread with multiple messages back and forth to setup details of when we were leaving. In all versions of g mail (on both my desktop and my Droid), I see "Jane, Me, John (8) >> ski trip details..." for this thread. When I am in the browser version of g mail (either desktop or the Droid browser) I can click on the thread and see all 8 messages. However, in the native g mail app on the Droid, I click on the thread, see the last message, and behind that it only says "6 read messages" (there should be 7 more) and when I expand them, Jane's original message is the one missing. The thread comes up though when I search for Jane's email address or any of the text within Jane's original email. But I can't read it.

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Motorola Droid :: Use Descriptive Titles When Starting Threads

Apr 19, 2010

Was just in a thread and Fadelight's response was dead on. There are too many "Help!" "Please help" "What do I do" titled threads that give no clue about the thread content. If you want people to take notice let them know what the thread is about. Yea, eventually I will check out a thread titled "Oh No!" (morbid curiosity) but my first pick is one with a title that catches my interest.This has been a public service announcement. The thread titles have been changed to protect the innocent.

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