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Discuss [4.6 Neuter BL] How to erase the baseband? at the PwnageTool - Hackint0sh.org; Originally Posted by crackn if you're going to do it from terminal use airplane mode ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by crackn View Post
    if you're going to do it from terminal use airplane mode because its easier.

    but with 1.1.4, you dont need to use airplane mode. just unloading commcenter is sufficient.

    cRACKn
    Thanks a lot crackn, i got it working here.
    Just unloaded commcenter and ran 114unlock.
    It worked like a charm. Now lets just hope i dont have any signal issue anymore.
    I also ran ieraser twice just to make sure it erased everything eheheheh.
    Thanks,
    Abras


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    ok,

    good luck


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    Quote Originally Posted by crackn View Post
    ok,

    good luck


    cRACKn
    Thanks a lot crackn.
    Just one thing i realized now. After re-flashing the baseband the commcenter is re-loaded right?
    Cause i reflashed and the restarted my phone. And got signal.(Or the commcenter was reloaded when i restarted the phone?)
    Abras

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    If you unloaded the commcenter using launchtl without the "-w" option, then it's not permanent and on the next reboot it will load as usual.

    BTW whenever you use bbupdater you should always pair up the *.fls with the *.eep....bbupdater -f *.fls -e *.eep. The two files go hand in hand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleNerd View Post
    If you unloaded the commcenter using launchtl without the "-w" option, then it's not permanent and on the next reboot it will load as usual.

    BTW whenever you use bbupdater you should always pair up the *.fls with the *.eep....bbupdater -f *.fls -e *.eep. The two files go hand in hand.
    Ok, thats why when i rebooted i got signal. Cause i didnt use the "-w" option.
    And do you think that just the unload is good?Or we should also use the "killall -9 CommCenter"?
    Yes, i did this. I used both *.fls and *.eep.
    Thanks a lot,
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    I always do both the launchctl unload followed by killall. It seems though killall is only needed if you have some anomaly...something that confuses the CommCenter.

    But if bbupdater works, or if ieraser/ienew show more than about a dozen lines of output without doing killall, then the CommCenter was killed okay.

    Another way to double check before you try bbupdater or ieraser/ienew is "ps auwwx | grep omm". If you see CommCenter in the output, run the killall command.

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    Ok, thanks a lot MuscleNerd.
    Abras

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    whenever i try to use bbupdater i get an error that the file may be in use do i need to unload the commcenter beforehand?

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    Quote Originally Posted by steev1282 View Post
    whenever i try to use bbupdater i get an error that the file may be in use do i need to unload the commcenter beforehand?
    Have you read any of this thread?
    Peace,

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    If you ever need any help, check out this thread, or PM me

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    The newer bbupdater versions tend to do that even when the CommCenter is unloaded and killed. I find bbupdater from 1.0.2 release to be the most lenient.


 

 
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