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Unhappy [Q] Please Help Me Install EZKAT 2.0 on my SGH-T889

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I am comfortable with flashing and have twrp 2.7.2 on my SGH-T889.

I have tried everything I can think of to make it work and read the thread obsessively and whatever I try has me stuck at the Samsung screen that flashes.

I am coming from a 4.3 rom that a guy made that was prerooted and kept the 4.1.2 bootloader.

Is there no way to load EZKAT 2.0 without putting that knox crap on your phone?

I wouldn't even know where to get the 4.3 bootloader.

I can't post in that forum because although I frequent the site regularly, I have never posted.

Any help would be most appreciated.

I just flashed back to the 4.3 prerooted stock rom with the 4.1.2 bootloader.

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After a clean wipe
Reboot back into recovery
Then flash the rom.

If that doesnt work you might need to open up winzip ajd remove the modem/radio files.
 
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And don't forget to flash the MK7 modem after the rom if you don't pull out the modem. Also if you are not on the 4.3 bootloader you will want the agni kernel for wifi support.
 
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Ok, I have downloaded a bunch of files and will give it another go.
 
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If that doesn't work then try philz touch recovery. That is what I used and it works great.
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Phone: Samsung Galaxy Note 2 SGH-T889 Rooted
ROM: EZKAT V2,
Android Version: 4.4.2 ,
Kernel: Stock,
Radio: Stock,
Build: Stock,
Recovery: philz_touch_6.07.9 (CWM) BASE
 
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If that doesn't work then try philz touch recovery. That is what I used and it works great.
Ive used philz and twrp to flash this... mk7 radio flash is an important step.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 - T889 - TW4.4*eZKAT* Kernel: AGNi
Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 * ROM: Hyperdrive RLS8

 
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Default I think that this agni kernel might be the cause

I am not sure why I am this is proving so tough for me.

I have interpreted the instructions that I must use the agni kernel to get it to work as I am on the 4.1.2 bootloader.

Can any T-Mobile users using a SGH-T889 show me the steps they used to get to the setup screen?
 
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Default I got to the welcome screen

I finally got to the welcome screen and even though I flashed the keyboard fix, I have no keyboard.

Hands free mode opens up every time there is a need for an input.

I have gone back into twrp and flashed the keyboard again with the same results.

Has anyone else experienced this?
 
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Default Mexigga, please advise

I was able to get the keyboard flashed after multiple attempts and turn off hands free mode.

Mexigga, what bootloader are you on? And when do you flash the AGNI kernel? I downloaded the kernel that you have attached to your post and want to use it.

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