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GT-I9300T Help with File System Partition

13th August 2014, 11:00 AM |#11  
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Thanks for the info. I got it all sorted and phone back up and running yay

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19th August 2014, 02:48 PM |#12  
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I am using Liquid Smooth 4.4.2 it's really nice I recommend for S3

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19th August 2014, 03:26 PM |#13  
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GT_I9300 - Liquid Smooth 4.4.2
GT_I9100 - Soon 2 B Liquid Smooth
23rd August 2014, 05:12 AM |#14  
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Originally Posted by tallman43

I would keep well away from pit files if i where you! You should only use pit files if you can't boot your phone and have tried everything else pit files have the potential to brick your device..That said have you tried using a root explorer to look at your system files?

Edit just seen you have a T mobile edition you need to post your question here http://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s3-t-mobile any advice or files flashed from this forum could brick your device.

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Originally Posted by imation_nz

I am sure i am not a T Mobile. its just a different version of the gt-I9300 which i am loading same rom versions on

Am in aussie

Indeed the i9300T is the same as the i9300 in all hardware aspects.
The 'T' version has the baseband optimised for the 850 Mhz frequency range to get a better reception from Telecom.
Its an Australian/New Zealand Version
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