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Root [International] Phone Radio not working AFTER UNLOCK BOOTLOADER

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by reeved, Jan 9, 2014.

  1. reeved

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    So just yesterday, I attempted to unlock my bootloader. After softbricking it ._. a few XDA members helped me to get my phone back DDDD

    but i tried to do the "Motorola Protect Your Phone" thing that wont go away from your notification screen unless you do it

    I thought it was fine until it said-

    "The phone radio is unable to connect to the network. Make sure the radio is on, or if it is on, move into an area with better coverage and try again."


    so whats this radio its talking about???

    Is it the one that helps me text and call, is it the WiFi because i dont have it on at the moment or is it something else?

    Im getting a biit scared because while looking around for solutions to softbricking my phone, i read somewhere that it could ruin your phones radio O:


    Can you help????
     

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    Welcome to the forums, reeved. :)
    What method did you use to unlock/root? Do you have a backup? Did you flash any radios?
     
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    The radio it seems to be talking about is the one that makes it a phone. Try to make a phone call.
     
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    Consolidation ... thread moved to the all things root sub-forum.

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