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[q] step by step downgrade from ics to jb ;'(

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10th August 2014, 11:12 AM   |  #1  
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Hello there XDA.
First I would like to apologize if this has already been answered. but i didn't find it!
So I have a Samsung GT-N7000 Galaxy Note running the JB 4.1.2 Rooted.
When i upgraded it from ICS to Samsung JB update, it went Network lock.. I Googled the Issue and Solved it with the help of some Galaxyunlock.apk thing..
That night i came to know high pitched screeching coming through my speakers when i play anything (Video,Music even during calls), I thought that it's speaker's fault, I Plugged in Earphones, they also produced that noise.blah blah blah
IN SHORT: My Note's Sound system gone mad ..
It was rooted by somebody, I know about rooting but i haven't done it yet, I've never flashed roms, i did nothing because i can't afford it to brick!
But Now Situation is Different,

I want to get my ICS Back
.So I decided to downgrade to the latest ICS ROM , and, I found Baseband Version is N7000XXLSO.

Summary:
My Phone is Rooted..
I want to get ICS back because i think it may fix it!
Please give me the step by step instruction to downgrade it (Using Odin or Any thing)..

Thanks in Advance!!
10th August 2014, 03:35 PM   |  #2  
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Please give me the step by step instruction to downgrade it.

Step 1: search
Step 2: read
Step 3: understand
Step 4: Flash the ICS stock with Odin
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11th August 2014, 08:36 AM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by Salman_ech


Summary:
My Phone is Rooted..
I want to get ICS back because i think it may fix it!
Please give me the step by step instruction to downgrade it (Using Odin or Any thing)..

Thanks in Advance!!

Download your relevant firmware from sammobile.com & flash it through odin. Search the forum for odin.
(A fiendly advice, installing ics is not really a good idea. If it's the sound system that your problem is, try to flash JB stock firmware again before flashing ics.)
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11th August 2014, 02:22 PM   |  #4  
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Download your relevant firmware from sammobile.com & flash it through odin. Search the forum for odin.
(A fiendly advice, installing ics is not really a good idea. If it's the sound system that your problem is, try to flash JB stock firmware again before flashing ics.)

Thanks I did both... But sound system is still corrupt .. No Difference...!!
11th August 2014, 03:37 PM   |  #5  
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Originally Posted by Salman_ech

Hello there XDA.
First I would like to apologize if this has already been answered. but i didn't find it!
So I have a Samsung GT-N7000 Galaxy Note running the JB 4.1.2 Rooted.
When i upgraded it from ICS to Samsung JB update, it went Network lock.. I Googled the Issue and Solved it with the help of some Galaxyunlock.apk thing..
That night i came to know high pitched screeching coming through my speakers when i play anything (Video,Music even during calls), I thought that it's speaker's fault, I Plugged in Earphones, they also produced that noise.blah blah blah
IN SHORT: My Note's Sound system gone mad ..
It was rooted by somebody, I know about rooting but i haven't done it yet, I've never flashed roms, i did nothing because i can't afford it to brick!
But Now Situation is Different,

I want to get my ICS Back
.So I decided to downgrade to the latest ICS ROM , and, I found Baseband Version is N7000XXLSO.

Summary:
My Phone is Rooted..
I want to get ICS back because i think it may fix it!
Please give me the step by step instruction to downgrade it (Using Odin or Any thing)..

Thanks in Advance!!


hey man, you may refer to this video..its for s3 but can be used for n7000 also..good luck
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=raY_bwsHZSs
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11th August 2014, 07:54 PM   |  #6  
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My Dear Friend, I did it...
But Sound system is still doing problem !!

I don't think it is a Hardware Fault because

1.There is no screeching in normal calls!!
2.There is High-Pitched Noise if i call through Viber or Skype Audio call
3.Loud speaker as well as Handsfree are producing these noises!!
11th August 2014, 09:07 PM   |  #7  
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Originally Posted by Salman_ech

My Dear Friend, I did it...
But Sound system is still doing problem !!

I don't think it is a Hardware Fault because

1.There is no screeching in normal calls!!
2.There is High-Pitched Noise if i call through Viber or Skype Audio call
3.Loud speaker as well as Handsfree are producing these noises!!

Hmm, really sorry for your situation. Just a simple suggestion, Flash a custom kernel, wipe everything & Try flashing a custom ROM. See if it works..
11th August 2014, 09:31 PM   |  #8  
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Hmm, really sorry for your situation. Just a simple suggestion, Flash a custom kernel, wipe everything & Try flashing a custom ROM. See if it works..

And How to Do It??
14th August 2014, 03:37 PM   |  #9  
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OK. This is all answered here. It is an XDA requirement to search. Many of us have spent countless hours creating guides. Start by looking at the sticky threads in General and Q&A sections.

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