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[ROM]Official[317/317M](7/08) [SaberKat 1.5][4.4.2 KITKAT TW]

7th January 2015, 07:00 PM |#411  
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My apologies. I wasn't trying to start a fight. I should have worded my question more carefully.

I had this ROM installed on my phone, and it worked very well. When a possible update was mentioned in October, I was excited. I only meant to ask the status of the update, but chose my words poorly.

Rogersb11, I've been following your work on the Cyanide-L ROM, and that was the only reason I even mentioned Lollipop. I assumed...and we all know what happens when you assume things.

I use SK when not testing AOSP...
This build is a rock. ..
And I'll run it as my last TW build for this device regardless of the version. ..g
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Of coming from Canadian 412 can anyone suggest a bootloader to flash to run with this ROM?

I have finally decided to update my note 2 and am mostly bewildered by the baseband, bootloader, ROM issues that 442 brought to the Samsung line of devices.
I'm on aosp liquid smooth now and my last tw rom was telus 412.

Thanks in advance
14th April 2015, 08:04 PM |#413  
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Of coming from Canadian 412 can anyone suggest a bootloader to flash to run with this ROM?

I have finally decided to update my note 2 and am mostly bewildered by the baseband, bootloader, ROM issues that 442 brought to the Samsung line of devices.
I'm on aosp liquid smooth now and my last tw rom was telus 412.

Thanks in advance

What loader you on now? If you flash my shift 3.9 kernel with this you shouldn't need a new one, even if yours is old
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honestly, I'm not sure, whatever came with the Canadian 4.1,2 update. Which is what was on the note 2 317m when I got it.
I've mostly used aosp ROMs but now I want to give tw 442 a try. I really never expect to go back to 412 tw. So downgrading is not an issue. I would like to have the newest/best compatible boot loader, but expect I'll Try your kernel also. Do you have a link? I downloaded everything relevant to the Canadian phone on the opening thread.
15th April 2015, 01:29 AM |#415  
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honestly, I'm not sure, whatever came with the Canadian 4.1,2 update. Which is what was on the note 2 317m when I got it.
I've mostly used aosp ROMs but now I want to give tw 442 a try. I really never expect to go back to 412 tw. So downgrading is not an issue. I would like to have the newest/best compatible boot loader, but expect I'll Try your kernel also. Do you have a link? I downloaded everything relevant to the Canadian phone on the opening thread.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/devd...t/dl/?id=10089
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