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19-Feb-2019 09:36

Do I have to do a full wipe/ cleam install after updating modem, or will the OS remain intact?

Originally Posted by wijnkuip Hi, Thanks for the guide.

Futurerestore does have an option to enable debug, which is -d.

Using that one would see what tss requests the idevicerestore portion sends.

ERROR: TSS request failed (status=126, message=An internal error occurred.) ERROR: Unable to fetch Baseband TSS ERROR: Unable to send baseband data ERROR: Unable to successfully restore device Sending TSS request attempt 1...

[Error] ERROR: Unable to restore device Done: restoring failed. or was my timing horrible and restored when TSS was down? i Pad Air 2, ios 9.3.3, jb yalu via browser (capable for Prometheus) I have ended up with restore to 10.3.1, because as a musician I need the i Pad for making music daily.

Check the modem thread that's in the general section, if you can't find it there then you may have to pull it from the stock FW. Update if you have issues, if something isn't broken then there is no need to fix it. with the current modem/firmware/bootloader (I don't know what gives me the issue) I cannot use LTE while I have an SM-N9005 and friend of mine with unrooted Note 3 (bought in a shop in our country) has LTE 4g, while I have an Italian CSC.

So basically your baseband becomes an outdated dependency if you upgrade your ROMs long enough.I tried Rec Boot, but it was even worse - the i Pad at some point even was not stanging in the DFU mode anymore, but started to reboot instantly.So, there was no way to restore back to 9.3.3 Now I have lost the jailbreak, so it was quite disappointing.To fix either downgrade the ROM (Kernel) or upgrade the baseband.Note there are risks involved with flashing the baseband. I just got done chatting with Samsung support because I cannot update my Note3 to 4.4.4 and if their information is correct the BASE BAND info is coming from my SIM card.

So basically your baseband becomes an outdated dependency if you upgrade your ROMs long enough.I tried Rec Boot, but it was even worse - the i Pad at some point even was not stanging in the DFU mode anymore, but started to reboot instantly.So, there was no way to restore back to 9.3.3 Now I have lost the jailbreak, so it was quite disappointing.To fix either downgrade the ROM (Kernel) or upgrade the baseband.Note there are risks involved with flashing the baseband. I just got done chatting with Samsung support because I cannot update my Note3 to 4.4.4 and if their information is correct the BASE BAND info is coming from my SIM card. If your phone is rooted , Use Triangleaway to reset your binary counter and make it fully stock. Let's hope this does help users like we thought it would.. You flash the first time and then manually reboot into download mode then flash the second time. But since you are flazing a signed modem you should be fine.