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    Default [Firmware] Which one for the best GSM reception

    recently am using 1.1.4 but i found that the iphone dropped call in closed places whereas other phones like nokia has excellent signal.



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    The iPhone's antenna is what we can call a GSM Killer.

    Apple has to seriously fix this issue/lack on the v2.0 iPhone.

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    what is the best recent firmware for good reception?

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    It is not the firmware in itself but the baseband.

    And in simple logic, i guess the latest is less buggy and more optimized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sintman View Post
    what is the best recent firmware for good reception?
    From firmware to firmware, the difference is minimal. If you have no service somewhere, nothing is really going to help, you'll really only see perhaps 3 bars where you used to have 2, for example. That being said, newer is always better, so get the newest baseband possible.

    EDIT: Oops, too slow


 

 

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