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Confused about what rom can be flashed

3rd September 2014, 05:55 AM |#1  
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I have a Galaxy S4 att with SS 3.72, So my Baseband Version is I337UCUAMF3 and my Build number is 1337UCUEMK2 Can someone please tell me what ROM I can flash I don't know if I have to look for a MK2 ROM or a MF3 ROM for my phone???
 
 
3rd September 2014, 02:52 PM |#2  
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Look for mk2 roms. If you're rooted which I assume you are, you can check your bootloader version by using a terminal emulator on your phone. In it type:

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getprop ro.bootloader

That'll tell you for sure what to flash

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4th September 2014, 01:25 AM |#3  
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Look for mk2 roms. If you're rooted which I assume you are, you can check your bootloader version by using a terminal emulator on your phone. In it type:

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getprop ro.bootloader

That'll tell you for sure what to flash

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Wow thanks man
4th September 2014, 04:31 AM |#4  
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Originally Posted by jd1639

Look for mk2 roms. If you're rooted which I assume you are, you can check your bootloader version by using a terminal emulator on your phone. In it type:

su
getprop ro.bootloader

That'll tell you for sure what to flash

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Should I flash a MK2 MODULE since my galaxy s4's 4g connection is soo slow? The only way I can get fast internet speeds is by using WIFI I'm so sorry for the noob questions
4th September 2014, 05:36 AM |#5  
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Should I flash a MK2 MODULE since my galaxy s4's 4g connection is soo slow? The only way I can get fast internet speeds is by using WIFI I'm so sorry for the noob questions

The module is only to get wifi working after flashing a ROM. If wifi is already working, you don't need to flash it.

Check out my thread in the General section. There is a lot of good information you might find useful. If you still have questions after reading the first few posts, asks away in the thread. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2616221
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The module is only to get wifi working after flashing a ROM. If wifi is already working, you don't need to flash it.

Check out my thread in the General section. There is a lot of good information you might find useful. If you still have questions after reading the first few posts, asks away in the thread. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2616221

I just realized I have JB 4.3 with SS 3.72 I'm guessing I have to flash SS 3.71???
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I just realized I have JB 4.3 with SS 3.72 I'm guessing I have to flash SS 3.71???

No, not necessarily. I was using 3.72 with 4.3 ROMs. It just means you cannot use ROM slots.

If you are only going to flash 4.3 ROMs, then yes... 3.71 is recommended.

If you are going to flash kitkat ROMs using he magic tool, then you will need to keep 3.72.
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