Unknown Baseband Version errors on Samsung Galaxy phones are thankfully not that common but they do occur. It isn’t just Samsung phones either. Other manufacturer’s phones can also product the error as it is to do with Android rather than the phone. If you’re seeing the error, this tutorial will help.
The Unknown Baseband Version error is a serious error. It usually occurs after you have rooted your phone or installed custom firmware onto it. Something went wrong with the writing process and there is a conflict or corruption with the operating system. While serious, it is not terminal and there are ways to fix it.
Unknown Baseband Version errors
The Unknown Baseband Version error means that Android cannot read or access the radio driver or there is a corruption in the communication between Android and the radio. The driver allows Android to talk to the phone’s radio and therefore cannot use it to connect to your cell network.