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hi,
I need to return to stock because am facing alot of problem with custom rom.
plz guide me to do it safe am searched alot but confused about the steps so help me plz.
am on PACMAN 4.4.2 rom
I appreciate any help ^_^

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So you obviously missed the thread stickied near the top of Q&A titled 'Flash stock firmware' then ?

The only difference is you obviously need to get I9100G firmware from Samfirmware, not I9100.

This is basics, you should already know this stuff before you start flashing custom roms, and you're certainly not going to be spoonfed it.
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If you don't know how to recover if things go wrong, what are you doing flashing custom roms ?
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So you obviously missed the thread stickied near the top of Q&A titled 'Flash stock firmware' then ?

The only difference is you obviously need to get I9100G firmware from Samfirmware, not I9100.

This is basics, you should already know this stuff before you start flashing custom roms, and you're certainly not going to be spoonfed it.
last question :
I need to install 4.1.2 france.
the steps like this,flashing stock kernal through recovery ,unroot phone then flashing through odin stock firmware.
right or there other things.
thanks man I appreciate your response

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You REALLY should know this....
1) no need to flash a separate kernel.
2) no need to unroot.
Flash the correct firmware via Odin and your phone will be in an "as new, out of the box" condition.....
That's ALL you need to do.

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