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Seems we won't have the AT&T 4.4.2 firmware forever

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28th April 2014, 07:02 AM   |  #31  
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No problem good sir, take it easy.







Oh? Where is it? Are you talking about Eclipse?

Is this it???

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2730956
28th April 2014, 01:49 PM   |  #32  
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Looks pretty simple but I was reading your post in the other thread and you were saying some of those commands were carrier specific? Or just what to flash with mfastboot?

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sorry, busy week. Not going to be online much...

For the most part, all the gsm XML files are the same, with few exceptions.

Open the XML inside the SBF zip file. Compare it to the mfastboot lines I posted in that thread. You should see the pattern of how each XML line is converted to the mfastboot line. Any "set" or "oem" type statements can be ignored. You can also skip the erase data if you want to try to keep your data. Or leave it to do a full factory reset. If there are any flash operations in your XML which are not accounted for in that post, add them.
28th April 2014, 07:17 PM   |  #33  
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sorry, busy week. Not going to be online much...

For the most part, all the gsm XML files are the same, with few exceptions.

Open the XML inside the SBF zip file. Compare it to the mfastboot lines I posted in that thread. You should see the pattern of how each XML line is converted to the mfastboot line. Any "set" or "oem" type statements can be ignored. You can also skip the erase data if you want to try to keep your data. Or leave it to do a full factory reset. If there are any flash operations in your XML which are not accounted for in that post, add them.

I downloaded the file you posted for mfastboot got the terminal opened. CD to the directory to where the files were, located, ran the first command.

Mfastboot flash partition gpt.bin

to no luck. I looked at the command list and it was showing that I had to run the command like this

mfastboot flash <partition> [ <gpt.bin> ]

but still wasn't working. so I tried other variations of the command to no luck so I just gave up. I ordered a power cable for my windows laptop hopefully it still works then I can just use rsdlite.

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29th April 2014, 01:36 PM   |  #34  
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When you say "no luck" what exactly do you mean? Did you get an error or what??
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When you say "no luck" what exactly do you mean? Did you get an error or what??

I was getting failed messages don't remember off the top of my head, the macbook is basically my wife's computer that she uses for school but I bought it for her so I was trying to do it while I had the computer. If I did when she was around she'd be mad because she doesn't understand this whole reflashing firmware or flashing Roms and she just thinks that I'm going to A mess up my phone or B mess up her computer.

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Downloading the SBF from http://sbf.droid-developers.org/phone.php?device=0
Let's see how it goes.
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