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Is it ok to flash a baseband version of a different country(other than wat its already runnin) on an android ?

I have a Samsung S III mini running on 4.1.1 with UAE baseband I8190XXALJL( bought it in airport) nd want to flash UK or somethin. Im askin because my friend flashed a UK baseband on his UAE baseband Galaxy ACE nd it crashed. (Im talking about all official firmware)

3 Answers

  • 8 years ago
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    Yes you can flash a country specific firmware onto a phone as long as it is the same exact model. For example I have my Galaxy Note GT-N7000 model, although it was loaded with firmware from Costa Rica, I installed a German firmware on it. Also, if you are going to change your firmware to a specific country, you might also want to change the CSC of your phone for that country as well so you can get official Over The Air updates of that country's firmware updates as they come out.

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    Baseband Version

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    Lv 4
    4 years ago

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