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    Default [4.6 Neuter BL] How to erase the baseband?

    Ok guys, i dont know if this has already been posted, but i didnt find.
    Id like to know if there is any way we can erase and re-flash the baseband using 4.6BL, of course its a 4.6NEUTER Bootloader.
    If so, how can we?just using the ./ieraser like 3.9?
    Thanks a lot,
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    just quoting from their wiki:

    Secpack restrictions are removed

    * You are free to downgrade your baseband using bbupdater without having to run ieraser/ienew first.

    i guess this applies to 3.9 and 4.6.

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    do you want to remove the BL to the stock one? if so you'd do a normal restore and u'd have the normal BL i guess.
    if you mean to just remove the 4.6NEUTER BL without restore, i'd w8 for some1 from the dev team to tell

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    just turn unlock and neuture off. Then flash....?

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    fgsch is right, if your bootloader is neutered you don't need to erase the baseband manually anymore. Just use bbupdater to flash whatever version baseband you want, even if it's a lower version.


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    Ok, thanks a lot.
    Just one thing MuscleNerd, im having some signal issues, do you think that erasing and then re-flashing the baseband should fix it?
    I have already tried reseting all settings, but i still have this issue.
    Abras

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    Reflashing the baseband with the same image it already has will have no effect -- there's no metadata stored in the baseband area that gets cleared out when you reflash. But people have reported various speedups/slowdowns between the different versions (with 1.1.3 and 1.1.4 being the speedup case IIRC).

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    Quote Originally Posted by abrasBR View Post
    Ok, thanks a lot.
    Just one thing MuscleNerd, im having some signal issues, do you think that erasing and then re-flashing the baseband should fix it?
    I have already tried reseting all settings, but i still have this issue.
    Abras
    Try to reflash the eeprom file:
    bbupdater -e ICExxxxx.eep (xxxxxx use same baseband version)

    i fixed some signal issues doing this.


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    Ok just tried it here.
    Reflashed the eeprom and the fls. With 04.04.05 files.
    Will try your 1.1.4 unlock now.
    Does i need to put it in airplane mode?Is the one you posted here.
    Thanks a lot,
    Abras

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    Quote Originally Posted by abrasBR View Post
    Ok just tried it here.
    Reflashed the eeprom and the fls. With 04.04.05 files.
    Will try your 1.1.4 unlock now.
    Does i need to put it in airplane mode?Is the one you posted here.
    Thanks a lot,
    Abras

    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.

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