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By zedomax, Senior Member on 9th July 2014, 06:57 AM
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I made a backup of my stock ND3 Android 4.4.2 while helping someone restore their stock ROM. I know ND3 stock firmware isn't available yet (and perhaps never) but if you ever need to go back to stock and didn't make a backup, you can use this to get stock firmware back. You probably don't need this since you can use NCE ROM but just in case.

This does not include any bootloader/modem/etc, just system and data but should be enough to get you back on track.

http://stockroms.net/file/GalaxyS5/S...0AUCU2AND3.zip

Unzip and put under /TWRP/BACKUPS/blahblah directory.

If you don't have blahblah directory, just make backup of your current cache and will create one.

You can also follow this video if you just don't get it:
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5th September 2014, 01:10 AM |#2  
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I made a backup of my stock ND3 Android 4.4.2 while helping someone restore their stock ROM. I know ND3 stock firmware isn't available yet (and perhaps never) but if you ever need to go back to stock and didn't make a backup, you can use this to get stock firmware back. You probably don't need this since you can use NCE ROM but just in case.

This does not include any bootloader/modem/etc, just system and data but should be enough to get you back on track.

http://stockroms.net/file/GalaxyS5/S...0AUCU2AND3.zip

Unzip and put under /TWRP/BACKUPS/blahblah directory.

If you don't have blahblah directory, just make backup of your current cache and will create one.

You can also follow this video if you just don't get it:

Is it possible or can you do the same for ANG3? I fixed my phone using your backup three times. 👍
14th September 2014, 08:35 PM |#3  
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nice, gonna debloat this and remove the carrier iq from it and some system stuff and use it. battery life sucks on all the roms for at&t right now. if i cant get more out of this stock rom im jumping back on my note 3.
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This will still work being on NCE base correct?
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I used this and it messed up the finger print scanner. Any ideas? It says to reboot to fix, but it doesn't fix it.
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i have been looking for 2hrs...where can I download safestrap????? this is driving me crazy!
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i have been looking for 2hrs...where can I download safestrap????? this is driving me crazy!

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=53659493
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