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Default [Nandroid Backup] XXDLH4 Jelly Bean 4.1.1

Dropbox download: http://db.tt/dCJgN48P
Google Drive download: https://docs.google.com/open?id=0B03...E1PUXFSMDVtVkU
Multiupload download: http://www.multiupload.nl/8Y1Y73LUC1
Read instructions before ask silly questions!

This is the latest Jelly Bean Leak.
Lots of the users couldn't install the OTA, so here's the full version.

How to install:
Extract the zip in SDCard --> clockworkmod --> folder (for example JB) --> files here

Go to CWM --> Backup & Restore --> Restore from internal storage

The ROM is NOT rooted.
You should root it yourself.
Enjoy

MODEM XXDLH4: http://developer.clockworkmod.com/do...300-signed.zip (thanks to Cyanogenmod)

Please say thanks If this helped you!

Edit: I recommend you to wipe dalvik cache, battery stats & cache partition before you run the rom (for best smoothness and no FC)

Edit 2: If for some reason you can't find clockworkmod folder (to restore the backup), make a new backup and then replace the files from your backup with the files from the ZIP I provided.

Edit 3: MD5 checksum mismatch only happens when you try to install the whole zip file which is wrong! Extract like it's stated in the instructions.

Edit 4: I use some settings on stock that makes it faster for me:
- Disabling all animations in developer settings (or at least 0.5 to windows animation)
- Deleting all widgets from the homescreen
- Disable S Voice launch by homescreen and voice turnon (drain battery)
- Freezing/uninstalling all stock bloatware (with Root Uninstaller Pro) [AllShare, Google+, Yahoo News, Weather, Samsung Apps, Video Hub, Music Hub, etc etc]
- GPU rendering

490 MB Free RAM at final

Edit 5: You can restore this backup on every rom you want.




Credits: samsung-updates.com (for the hard-OTA-install)
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Few users already reported it's working. Enjoy
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Few users already reported it's working. Enjoy
yup, working flawless.. do u have tried LH4 Modem??
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So does this cut out flashing stock rom via odin etc? I usually just *2767*3855# to clean up then flash a rom in cwm.

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So does this cut out flashing stock rom via odin etc? I usually just *2767*3855# to clean up then flash a rom in cwm.

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Yes, you can flash it straight forward after wipe your old rom.

But if you have any EXT4 mods then you need to flash stock rom first.
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So I don't get it.. what's the difference between DLH4 and BLH4

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So does this cut out flashing stock rom via odin etc? I usually just *2767*3855# to clean up then flash a rom in cwm.

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This CANNOT be flashed with Odin. Only CWM with the instructions I've written.
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