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[Q] Recovering an n8010 from the leaked and locked n8000 kitkat

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30th July 2014, 03:51 PM   |  #21  
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Two suggestions, re-enter your wi-fi details, if that doesn't work re-flash the rom. If that doesn't work it is beyond me, good luck.

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hy guys i just did that the guide said everything is working very well i m on 4.4.2 stock samsung. But the WIFI is not working. can you help me how to fix?

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Two suggestions, re-enter your wi-fi details, if that doesn't work re-flash the rom. If that doesn't work it is beyond me, good luck.

Thanks man i reflashed everything and it helped thanks for the guide is that any way to solve the security notice issue? Or its based of the bootloader?

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Thanks man i reflashed everything and it helped thanks for the guide is that any way to solve the security notice issue? Or its based of the bootloader?

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Hi there im joining the team with n8000 download mode thanks for the guide im stuck in gb tomorrow ill fix it using your guide..

About the bootloader there should be a way if odin flashed the n8000 bootloader odin should be able to flash it back. The question is how to do it. I tryed everything but ill keep trying
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Hi there im joining the team with n8000 download mode thanks for the guide im stuck in gb tomorrow ill fix it using your guide..

About the bootloader there should be a way if odin flashed the n8000 bootloader odin should be able to flash it back. The question is how to do it. I tryed everything but ill keep trying

Wellcome to the club . Damn...not funny actually( as i still have warranty).... And it is useless trying to revert.... It was possible before because the old bootloader was not locked.
I too have tried every way i could possibly think of...every firmware ...every pit file. No luck.
But i hope someone can crack this within a month :banghead:

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I've have a similar problem; I've posted the question several times with not avail. My 8013 is running kk for the 8010, except boot loader and kernell (they remain 8013) and that's a problem for I can not update the kernell since putting the kk 8010 kernell screws wi-fi (no wi-fi at all). How can I turn my 8013 into a 8010 since Samsung have forgotten my tab since october last year?; I'm assuming 8010 and 8013 are hardware identical
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Anybody succeded in reverting to the n8010 bootloader?

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