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I can not upgrade to 4.4.2 kitkat

6th September 2014, 09:41 AM |#11  
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You will only receive OTA updates if you are using AT&T's service.
 
 
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Yes after you use this procedure you will be receive ota updates


Before making the upgrade, it is necessary to make copies of efes?
6th September 2014, 10:28 AM |#13  
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You will only receive OTA updates if you are using AT&T's service.

I am not using the service of AT&T, I am with a company of another country
6th September 2014, 10:43 AM |#14  
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You will have to use ODIN (when the files are made available) to update from here on out.
6th September 2014, 08:20 PM |#15  
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You will have to use ODIN (when the files are made available) to update from here on out.

I mean, after the update on via ODIN OTA, i do not want to be updates?
7th September 2014, 01:51 AM |#16  
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You will only be able to manually update with ODIN since you are not on AT&T. So you can choose to not update.

OTA means over the air. It comes from the provider.
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Cool Please verify the source of the image file
Can you verify where you got the file N900AUCUCNC2_N900AATTCNC2_N900AUCUCNC2_HOME.tar.md 5

This worked for upgrading my N900A Note III, but my concern is the source of the tar.md5 file.

The sammobile site only lists the follow for my phone which actually fails through odin (note failed when it was starting out on 4.3)
Model: SM-N900A
Model name: GALAXY Note 3
Country: USA (AT&T)
Version: Android 4.3
Changelist: 1625098
Build date: Sun, 22 Sep 2013 07:17:41 +0000
Product Code: ATT
PDA: N900AUCUBMI9
CSC: N900AATTBMI9
MODEM: N900AUCUBMI9

I've been searching the depths of the internet, and your post was the first post that actually got me moving in to 4.4.2. So thanks for taking the time to post. Any validation/verification you can provide as to your source would be awesome

Thanks!
10th October 2014, 09:42 PM |#18  
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Can you verify where you got the file N900AUCUCNC2_N900AATTCNC2_N900AUCUCNC2_HOME.tar.md 5

This worked for upgrading my N900A Note III, but my concern is the source of the tar.md5 file.

The sammobile site only lists the follow for my phone which actually fails through odin (note failed when it was starting out on 4.3)
Model: SM-N900A
Model name: GALAXY Note 3
Country: USA (AT&T)
Version: Android 4.3
Changelist: 1625098
Build date: Sun, 22 Sep 2013 07:17:41 +0000
Product Code: ATT
PDA: N900AUCUBMI9
CSC: N900AATTBMI9
MODEM: N900AUCUBMI9

I've been searching the depths of the internet, and your post was the first post that actually got me moving in to 4.4.2. So thanks for taking the time to post. Any validation/verification you can provide as to your source would be awesome

Thanks!

There have been 3 official firmware releases since MI9 - MJ5, NB4, and the latest NC2...sammobile is clearly not up to date

The NC2 files have been used and verified by several devs let alone used by tons of us regular folks with 0 problems...the original post with the NC2 files is here have a read through the thread I think it will put your mind at ease. I think @Walter.White created the HOME file from the stock files which is more reason not to be concerned
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