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Discuss [Solution] Intermittent Loss of signal on 1.1.4 (OTB 3.9/1.1.1 upgraded to 1.1.4) at the General - Hackint0sh.org; No, Have not tried that one,will give it a try and post the result. Thanks...
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    No, Have not tried that one,will give it a try and post the result.

    Thanks
    1.1.3 OTB > ILiberty 1.1.4 > Quickpwn 2.0-2.0.1-2.0.2- 2.1- 2.2 > RedSnow - 3.0


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    Tried this solution on mine. Seems to have worked. Signal in my house is weak(RX -97) but I am able to get through to voicemail and such. will test more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s0346944 View Post
    Have you tried reposition your sim card or put a piece of paper behind it?
    It worked for me though.
    I have tried to reposition the sim and also use 5m scotch tape but still the smae.Intermittent connection is making me think to get rid of the iphone and get another one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s0346944 View Post
    Have you tried reposition your sim card or put a piece of paper behind it?
    It worked for me though.
    I have tried to reposition the sim and also use 5m scotch tape but still the same.Intermittent connection is making me think to get rid of the iphone and get another one.

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    dude, try swifi http://wikee.iphwn.org/sgold_bootrom:fixwifi
    note: do not install libusb as it will blow your os


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    Quote Originally Posted by seseberg View Post
    dude, try swifi http://wikee.iphwn.org/sgold_bootrom:fixwifi
    note: do not install libusb as it will blow your os
    The solution is for the WIFI and bluetooth but not for the Network Signal..Correct me if i am wrong.

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    1.1.3 OTB > ILiberty 1.1.4 > Quickpwn 2.0-2.0.1-2.0.2- 2.1- 2.2 > RedSnow - 3.0

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    Default 0's to 1's or 1's to 0's

    I'm a bit confused about this...

    saraf_suman is talking about changing 1's to 0's

    see: and changed the fields 'Reduce Processor Speed' and 'Dynamic Power Step' to 0 from 1.

    Moitah, Chris and jl500 are changing 0's to 1's ... ?!

    Please correct me if i'm wrong because this intermittent loss of signal is a real PITA

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    Shit!!!

    You´re right

    I read it the wrong way!

    Anyway, I bought a new phone and am using the old one for spare parts now. (I JUST sold the screen)

    Maybe others can try the original solution and report it here
    iPhone 8GB
    1.1.4---> 2.2 QuickPwn
    OTB 1.1.4 iLiberty+ 1.3
    Windows Vista
    iTunes 8.2

 

 
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