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I have a SM-N900 which I have flashed with many custom roms but while flashing the latest stock via odin I lost my IMEI and Baseband as unknown. I have exhausted all possible options talking to many senior members but to no avail. so it needs to go to Samsung service.

Now I live in India and the phone is form Dubai .
so I have flashed stock and my current status is

Binary fficial
System official
Knox warranty bit 0
csc xsg

now is there a way Samsung may find out that the device has been tampered. there is no physical damage to the phone.
 
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Technically No, but I will suggest u to prey to God, many people send there device for repair with 0x0 & returned by Samsung without repaire with 0x1


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I have a SM-N900 which I have flashed with many custom roms but while flashing the latest stock via odin I lost my IMEI and Baseband as unknown. I have exhausted all possible options talking to many senior members but to no avail. so it needs to go to Samsung service.

Now I live in India and the phone is form Dubai .
so I have flashed stock and my current status is

Binary fficial
System official
Knox warranty bit 0
csc xsg

now is there a way Samsung may find out that the device has been tampered. there is no physical damage to the phone.
Take a photo just before you hand it in to Samsung - the download mode.

If you come out with a KNOX 0x1, show them the photo and request for a full exchange.
ROM Problem? Try this or ask me on G+!
Root/TWRP/Kernel/ROM and KNOX 0x0 on N900W8? My guide.

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This happened to me the other week. What stock? I managed to get everything back with the latest Singapore XSP.

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This happened to me the other week. What stock? I managed to get everything back with the latest Singapore XSP.

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since I don't stay in Dubai I will ask my friend to get a letter of acklowgment stating the binary is official, system is official and KNOX warranty bit is valid. hence warranty is valid at the time of giving the device to Samsung what say
 
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Technically No, but I will suggest u to prey to God, many people send there device for repair with 0x0 & returned by Samsung without repaire with 0x1
hey jdomadia, has it happedened with you. cos in that case I will have to pay attention my friend get acknowledgment on their letterhead that at the time of deposit the warranty is valid?? and secondly MY CSC is now XSG.
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