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I've rooted my device, and installed a custom ROM + kernel (after making a backup of the original ROM). My device specs:

Kernel: Merruk Technology 2.0
OS: Android GB 2.3
Model: Samsung GT-S5360

As the title states: My data transfer speed got pretty much down after that. Any idea what could be behind it, and how to get it fixed?

  • It could be the Modem/Baseband, it could be the Kernel, or it could be the ROM I'm afraid. Maybe try flashing the correct modem first, and failing that a new kernel, or just a whole new ROM. – RossC Sep 18 '14 at 11:01
  • Download it, make sure it's EXACTLY the right one (should be on XDA) flash through phone in Odin. – RossC Sep 18 '14 at 11:05
  • Thanks again RossC, u have a lot reputation. I'm new to stack_exchange, looking for a good rep. any word for me? – devst3r Sep 18 '14 at 11:19
  • To be completely honest, CyanogenMod is prone to a lot of bugs and unexpected results, especially non official builds, and non stable releases. There's lots of ROMs you could try on XDA developers give a few a shot, and don't forget backups. Make a nandroid backup before flashing anything. OR you could just revert back to to the stock ROM. – RossC Sep 18 '14 at 11:32
  • i already made back up of Original ROM, then i installed Merruk Technology Kernel from XDA. – devst3r Sep 18 '14 at 11:46

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