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  1. #1
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    How to fix the Baseband Version for Galaxy S1 (I9003)

    Hi Friends,

    As i bought my Galaxy S1 (I9003) in 15th Sept 2011.

    First problem is mic, it got replaced after a month.

    from June 2012 the network/internet and signal problem became a big prob, as i met with Samsung mobile customer care center, under warranty period, at end of Aug 2012. they upgraded my OS to gingerbread. After a few days i noticed that my camera giving problem, when i click to take a picture, it will capture after 4 or 5 sec of my click. slowly with in a 10 days it got same prob and now totally got corrupted to read my SIM card. Service center people said IMEI no. has to rewrite it, so i gave it to rewrite. On delivery they said they are not able to rewrite it so i have to replace my mother board/PBA (I9003). I asked them after upgradation of the OS only it became worst, it will come under 'REPEAT REPAIR' so take it under warranty period consultation bill no. and replace it. they said its not possible now it is out of warranty and i have bare that charges of nearly Rs.6000/-

    Could you please help me anyone what to do and how to proceed, is there any way to get it from company. Or else how to fix this prob.

    Actually private mobile service guy said, if we fix the
    BASEBAND VERSION no. we can rewrite the IMEI no. At least can anyone help how to do this.

    Please reply to this and suggest me a nice thought.

    thanks in advance.


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    Hello Munna - welcome to the forum!

    I'm going to ask you to be patient and hang on for a bit, until one of our Rescue Squad guys can get over here to give you a hand with your problem.
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  4. #3
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    Re: How to fix the Baseband Version for Galaxy S1 (I9003)

    The baseband is the radio for the phone.

    I'm slightly confused as to what you need done so, let's cover

    Option one
    Problem, the baseband isn't the correct software version-solution, simple we have you flash the correct one with Odin.

    Option 2
    Problem, the radio is bad in the phone. Solution..........warranty replacment.
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    Question How can you fix the first option Odin ?? :)

    How can you fix the first option Odin ?? Thanks..



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