Tip & How-To about Apple iPhone 3GS Black (16 GB)

How to check iphone firmware version and iphone baseband

To check the firmware and baseband on the Iphone
This is for Iphone 4, 3gs and 3g

1) tap on settings

2) Tap on general

3) Select About

4) go down and look for "modem firmware" and that will be your ( baseband version)

5) to find the firmware look for "version"

And that's It.

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