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By RealityFails, Senior Member on 22nd August 2014, 03:49 AM
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Is this current firmware rootable or do I need to downgrade via Odin to e6?
 
 
22nd August 2014, 04:12 AM |#2  
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Is this current firmware rootable or do I need to downgrade via Odin to e6?

Just to be clear, this is the T-Mobile thread and the most recent version is NF4 and it is rootable. Not sure if the version you're asking for was a typo.
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Just to be clear, this is the T-Mobile thread and the most recent version is NF4 and it is rootable. Not sure if the version you're asking for was a typo.


I know this is the T-Mobile section, I have a T-Mobile note 3. But my firmware is on f6 and not f4 and when I Googled it nothing came up. Here's a screenshot.
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Just to be clear, this is the T-Mobile thread and the most recent version is NF4 and it is rootable. Not sure if the version you're asking for was a typo.


I know this is the T-Mobile section, I have a T-Mobile note 3. But my firmware is on f6 and not f4 and when I Googled it nothing came up. Here's a screenshot.
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22nd August 2014, 05:41 AM |#5  
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Looks like a S5 Rom and S5 baseband
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Looks like a S5 Rom and S5 baseband

Is this good or bad?
22nd August 2014, 06:49 AM |#7  
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Did you just get the phone?
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22nd August 2014, 07:58 AM |#8  
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Is this good or bad?

I really don't know, it could just be a side effect of a custom rom. Anyway lets assume you have already tripped knox, you should be able to run NF4 full firmware and then root with cf autoroot. I'm currently on NF4 knox tripped root and custom recovery
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I really don't know, it could just be a side effect of a custom rom. Anyway lets assume you have already tripped knox, you should be able to run NF4 full firmware and then root with cf autoroot. I'm currently on NF4 knox tripped root and custom recovery

But my note 3 is on stock. Touchwiz and everything
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What can I do to check if it's a custom rom?
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Looks like a S5 Rom and S5 baseband

How do you figure that? The version numbering doesn't match the S5.

Kernel and baseband info clearly state they are for the N900T.

The version number and time stamp look like a new release (Aug 15) for the T-Mobile Note 3.

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