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5th July 2014, 01:52 AM |#1  
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can someone point me in the direction to the stock kit kat firmware so I can get off the rom and go back to stock thanks
 
 
5th July 2014, 02:08 AM |#2  
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There is no stock kit kat firmware available. You should restore your backup you made before installing a custom rom. If you stupidly forgot to make a backup of your 700 dollar phone you can go to bestbuy and have them flash it for you. If you want a slightly modified stock rom checkout urdroid in the general section.
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5th July 2014, 02:15 AM |#3  
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There is no stock kit kat firmware available. You should restore your backup you made before installing a custom rom. If you stupidly forgot to make a backup of your 700 dollar phone you can go to bestbuy and have them flash it for you. If you want a slightly modified stock rom checkout urdroid in the general section.

ya I did forget thought I did but its not there so now im looking for a stock restore
5th July 2014, 02:22 AM |#4  
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There is no stock kit kat firmware available. You should restore your backup you made before installing a custom rom. If you stupidly forgot to make a backup of your 700 dollar phone you can go to bestbuy and have them flash it for you. If you want a slightly modified stock rom checkout urdroid in the general section.

This is kinda unfair to OP. I killed my phone and end up in BestBuy because SS failed to restore the original back up. It worked a couple times after I've tried custom ROMS but failed eventually and the phone get stuck in a "Note 3" screen. So everything could happen.
5th July 2014, 02:45 AM |#5  
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I'm sorry if anyone took that as a personal insult as that's not what I intended. It's meant to be more of a wakeup call. As more and more people jump into android and write tutorials, more and more minor details get overlooked. Like "make a backup before wiping or overwriting". We've been spoiled in the past by being able to flash a stock firmware when we botch things up. But lately things have changed and we have to prepare for the worst. Xda is a development site and not a support site so it's up to us to do the research. It's up to us to make sure there's a way out. It's up to us to know the minor details that fill in the blanks of someone's rom installation procedure. No one is responsible but us!
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I'm sorry if anyone took that as a personal insult as that's not what I intended. It's meant to be more of a wakeup call. As more and more people jump into android and write tutorials, more and more minor details get overlooked. Like "make a backup before wiping or overwriting". We've been spoiled in the past by being able to flash a stock firmware when we botch things up. But lately things have changed and we have to prepare for the worst. Xda is a development site and not a support site so it's up to us to do the research. It's up to us to make sure there's a way out. It's up to us to know the minor details that fill in the blanks of someone's rom installation procedure. No one is responsible but us!

I agree . This is all new and different what we are used to.
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