kevinlekiller wrote: ↑Dec 4th, 2011 6:35 pmI don't currently have the phone so I can't test, would using the Galaxy II XXKI4 modem file work? http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpos ... ostcount=5 ( I assume it wouldn't work )
Can the modem.bin file be extracted from a stock ROM backup using a program like ROM Manager and then flash it back with Odin?
After a few hours of searching I think this is how it is done (still don't have phone ; it is in the mail, collecting info before I get it):
Root the phone, set up your phone and the android SDK so you can use adb (guides on xda).
In adb type : dd if=/dev/block/bml4 of=/sdcard/modem.bin bs=4096 , this will dump the bml4 block into modem.bin on your sd card.
Once I get the phone I will do this and post it here and on XDA(the ki4 modem.bin file). To flash the modem.bin file you need odin with the cooper ops file ( you can get that on samfirmware ).
In odin click ops and choose the cooper.ops file, click phone and pick the modem.bin file.
Turn off your phone, push the middle button ( under the screen ) the power button and volume down all at the same time, you should see a picture.
Plug the usb cable, and in odin you should see on the left by com port the color should change, click start and wait until it finishes.
Edit: From the post bellow bml5 is copied with the command cat /dev/bml5>/sdcard/bml5.img , so bml4 is in /dev/bml4 , not /dev/block/bml4 ? I assumed that from the tutorials I've seen on the galaxy s 2 ( http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpos ... ostcount=9 )
Now I'm wondering if it can be done from the terminal directly on the phone instead of setting up the android SDK.
Edit: I think with adb it is /dev/block , and with the terminal it is /dev/bml4 . I'll try both ways and make several dumps of each and compare them for fun.
Obviously I'm a beginner at this, so I don't advise you to try this.