Xperia Arc Baseband -36 and -64

Xperia Arc Baseband -36 and -64Xperia Arc Baseband -36 and -64

Xperia Arc Baseband -36 and -64

 

 

 

 

Xperia Arcお持ちのユーザーたち、root取得またいろいろROM焼きでやっていたら、きっと1%バッテリとかの問題にあったりするはずだな。

 

 

 

XDA掲示板にはバッテリ異常に長く持たないユーザーからのコメントがあり、そういえば、確かに、僕もそういう経験もあって、ただし、正規ROMを脱出してCMにしてから、もう問題なさそうになってる。

 

 

 

初期のroot取得にうまくいかなかったかほかの原因でもあるかよくわからないけど。

 

 

 

XDAのあるスレッドにはバッテリ問題それから電波信号悪いのはベースバンドのバージョンと関係あると主張し、当スレッドには解決方法つまりベースバンド部分のROM焼きまたはCMWでベースバンド部分を焼いたりするがある。

 

 

 

CMWでベースバンドを焼く方法は完全にベースバンドを被るではなく、ベースバンドファイルらを置き換えたりするだけなので、イザっとなったら、とりあえず、CMWで普通のROMを焼けば済むなので、Flashtoolのを取らずに、CMWのをとった。

 

 

 

ベースバンドのバージョンを換えて本当に効くかどうかよくわからないけど。バッテリ問題の悩みをもっていてそれから正規ROMにこだわってるユーザーたちに、やってみてもいいかもしれないね。

 

 

 

[BASEBAND PATCHES] for Baseband -36 and -64 – xda-developers

Hello!

Many users have reported excessive battery drain and/or/due to intermittent loss of signal using the latest basebands.
I have been trying different basebands myself and found that baseband -36 gives the best combination in battery life and signal reception.

However, there are libraries in /system/lib that are related to baseband and, in my trials,
it seems that they made a difference in how the baseband was functioning in a different firmware than .368 (in which it initially shipped).
In other words, I’ve simply come to the conclusion that each baseband needs its appropriate libraries.

UPDATE for people asking which is the “best” baseband:

Quote:
Originally Posted by Bin4ry View Post
@All asking for which baseband fits best:
Please please DON’T start flashing basebands without thinking about now.
Normally ALWAYS use the baseband which comes with the ROM! For example SE always has the corresponding baseband included. This baseband fits the android libs it comes with.
On custom Roms please read what the developer of the customRom telly you. If he/she has developed the Rom for specific baseband libs.
All other things like baseband patches are tested and developed by other developers which know what they are doing. So if you use such a patch ALWAYS read the manual and the requirements. Because it CAN happen that it is NOT possible to use a GB baseband on a ICS rom and vice versa. The is a little more than “just” libs and firmware. Also the java part framework/base/com/java/internal/telephony….
has to fit the baseband (SE is very special here).So i hope now you all understand. Please please please leave the decision which baseband is best and which is working to the devs who know what they are doing!!!!!! Don’t come here and tell “i tried baeband xxxxx now my phone randomly disconnects data/voice/…”Thanks

And now, here are the patches flashable in CMW recovery:

DOWNLOAD THE PATCH for -36
(It will NOT change your baseband!!!
It will only flash baseband’s -36 libraries in your system.)

DOWNLOAD THE PATCH for -64
(It will NOT change your baseband!!!
It will only flash baseband’s -64 libraries in your system.)

INSTRUCTIONS: Of course you need to be on STOCK SE ROM, on baseband -36 or -64* and on any other firmware other than .368 and .062.
Place the patch zip in your sdcard, boot into CMW, flash it, reboot and enjoy!
Works for Arc and Arc S. Tried it on .042 and .058 ROMs.

Even better instructions, by DooMLoRD:

Quote:
Originally Posted by DooMLoRD View Post
step 1:
flash baseband FTF via flashtoolstep 2:
boot device and go into recoverystep 3:
while in recovery mount USB storage and connect device to PCstep 4:
copy the patch flashable (update.zip) to sdcardstep 5:
unmount sdcard via PC & also via recovery menustep 6:
flash this patch (update.zip) via recovery

step 7:
reboot and enjoy!!

u can skip step 3 to 5 if u already have the patch update.zip on sdcard

* Here is baseband -36, flashable ftf for FlashTool.
DOWNLOAD baseband -36 (thanks to erwin929)
If this file doesn’t work for you, kindly find baseband -36 elsewhere.

* Here is baseband -64, flashable ftf for FlashTool.
DOWNLOAD baseband -64
If this file doesn’t work for you, kindly find baseband -64 elsewhere.

NOTE: Test the new libraries for at least 1 day before reporting,
in order to have more thorough proof of the improvement or the lack of it for that matter.
Simply booting after flashing the patch and seeing less signal bars doesn’t mean anything by itself.
After running your phone for several hours on battery you can see the battery graph,
in the About Phone section, and check for signal strength, signal loss, etc.

DUE TO THE RECENT EVENTS REGARDING VARIOUS FILE-SHARING SITES,
HERE ARE SOME MIRRORS FOR THE FILES, THANKS TO
everb00b

Quote:
Originally Posted by everb00b View Post

Cheers!

Xperia Arc Baseband -36 and -64

 

 

 

 

持有Xperia Arc的用家們,係取得root權限或刷ROM的話,一定應該會遇過電量變成只得1%的問題.

 

 

 

XDA的討論區上有好多用家留言講及電池異常地快冇電,話時話,我也曾試有這經驗,不過,脫離官方ROM轉到CM之後,就好似冇咗呢個問題了.

 

 

 

不過,唔知係唔係初期root機有問題還是別的原因.

 

 

 

XDA內某帖講到電池異常地快冇電的原來同BASEBAND有關,該帖上有貼有解決方法即係重刷BASEBAND部分或以CMW刷BASEBAND部份.

 

 

 

用CMW刷BASEBAND方法唔係完全蓋上別的BASEBAND,只係蓋上部份檔案而已,所以就算有咩唔妥的話,可以用CMW刷回普通ROM便可,所以我沒用Flashtool,以係用CMW唻刷.

 

 

 

刷上別的BASEBAND是否真的有效就真係唔清楚.不過對於面對緊電池問題而且又非使用官方ROM不可的用家唻講,可以一試吧.

 

 

 

[BASEBAND PATCHES] for Baseband -36 and -64 – xda-developers

Hello!

Many users have reported excessive battery drain and/or/due to intermittent loss of signal using the latest basebands.

I have been trying different basebands myself and found that baseband -36 gives the best combination in battery life and signal reception.

However, there are libraries in /system/lib that are related to baseband and, in my trials,

it seems that they made a difference in how the baseband was functioning in a different firmware than .368 (in which it initially shipped).

In other words, I’ve simply come to the conclusion that each baseband needs its appropriate libraries.

UPDATE for people asking which is the “best” baseband:

Quote:
Originally Posted by Bin4ry View Post

@All asking for which baseband fits best:

Please please DON’T start flashing basebands without thinking about now.

Normally ALWAYS use the baseband which comes with the ROM! For example SE always has the corresponding baseband included. This baseband fits the android libs it comes with.

On custom Roms please read what the developer of the customRom telly you. If he/she has developed the Rom for specific baseband libs.

All other things like baseband patches are tested and developed by other developers which know what they are doing. So if you use such a patch ALWAYS read the manual and the requirements. Because it CAN happen that it is NOT possible to use a GB baseband on a ICS rom and vice versa. The is a little more than “just” libs and firmware. Also the java part framework/base/com/java/internal/telephony….

has to fit the baseband (SE is very special here).So i hope now you all understand. Please please please leave the decision which baseband is best and which is working to the devs who know what they are doing!!!!!! Don’t come here and tell “i tried baeband xxxxx now my phone randomly disconnects data/voice/…”Thanks

And now, here are the patches flashable in CMW recovery:

DOWNLOAD THE PATCH for -36

(It will NOT change your baseband!!!

It will only flash baseband’s -36 libraries in your system.)

DOWNLOAD THE PATCH for -64

(It will NOT change your baseband!!!

It will only flash baseband’s -64 libraries in your system.)

INSTRUCTIONS: Of course you need to be on STOCK SE ROM, on baseband -36 or -64* and on any other firmware other than .368 and .062.

Place the patch zip in your sdcard, boot into CMW, flash it, reboot and enjoy! 

Works for Arc and Arc S. Tried it on .042 and .058 ROMs.

Even better instructions, by DooMLoRD:

Quote:
Originally Posted by DooMLoRD View Post

step 1:

flash baseband FTF via flashtoolstep 2:

boot device and go into recoverystep 3:

while in recovery mount USB storage and connect device to PC

step 4:

copy the patch flashable (update.zip) to sdcard

step 5:

unmount sdcard via PC & also via recovery menu

step 6:

flash this patch (update.zip) via recovery

step 7:

reboot and enjoy!!

u can skip step 3 to 5 if u already have the patch update.zip on sdcard

* Here is baseband -36, flashable ftf for FlashTool.

DOWNLOAD baseband -36 (thanks to erwin929)

If this file doesn’t work for you, kindly find baseband -36 elsewhere.

* Here is baseband -64, flashable ftf for FlashTool.

DOWNLOAD baseband -64

If this file doesn’t work for you, kindly find baseband -64 elsewhere.

NOTE: Test the new libraries for at least 1 day before reporting,

in order to have more thorough proof of the improvement or the lack of it for that matter.

Simply booting after flashing the patch and seeing less signal bars doesn’t mean anything by itself.

After running your phone for several hours on battery you can see the battery graph,

in the About Phone section, and check for signal strength, signal loss, etc.

DUE TO THE RECENT EVENTS REGARDING VARIOUS FILE-SHARING SITES,

HERE ARE SOME MIRRORS FOR THE FILES, THANKS TO everb00b

Quote:
Originally Posted by everb00b View Post

Cheers!

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