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    Devices: Verizon Samsung Galaxy S5 Developer Edition, Google Nexus 10

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I'm not sure on that. I would think it should be there because the stock restore is all stock minus aboot. Maybe flash the modem, kernel and dev-ed firmware separate. As long as you don't flash the two retail labeled files you should be safe. It's...
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Put a kltevzw build up http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=59665074 As soon as I get a chance, I will give this a shot. I'm hoping to do this later today or tomorrow. Once I do, I'll report back....
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Thanks a bunch! If i have the developer version do I need to avoid flashing the kernel or the firmware or both? You would need to avoid flashing the retail firmware. The retail firmware contains the locked bootloader. If you flash the retail...
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Hi pal: No offense at all, just pointing that the kernel has his own thread and we all know that Ktoonsez is great, will look for the code for Verizon variant. Thank you for your help. Best! Sounds good. Once you have a build for the Verizo...
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Hi my friends: Don't you think is rude to speak of another kernel inside the thread of another kernel?... That's why there is a PM function. Working on solve the TW kernel, BTW. Everyone knows that KToonsez is a great developer and his kernel is g...