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This is the latest firmware (T700XXU1ANF7) as of June 29, 2014 for the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 (Wifi) model (SM-T700).

"No-Wipe" means your app data and storage will all stay 100% in tact. Only system mods, custom kernels, and root will be removed as you are flashing stock firmware.

Please feel free to use as you see fit.

Download: http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23501681358556680
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29th June 2014, 11:28 AM |#2  
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This is the latest firmware (T700XXU1ANF7) as of June 29, 2014 for the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 (Wifi) model.

"No-Wipe" means your app data and storage will all stay 100% in tact. Only system mods, custom kernels, and root will be removed as you are flashing stock firmware.

Please feel free to use as you see fit.

Download: http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23501681358554636

No 10.5 love?
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+1, can't forget us 10.5 owners
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+1, can't forget us 10.5 owners

Apologies for the delay folks. It's now uploaded.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2800372
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Now all I need is a rom to screw my rig up with so I'll need this
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Is there any tool to extract system.img?

UPDATE:

I found a way how to do it.
I used sgs4ext4fs by Chainfire to modify system.img and after that Ext2explore to extract files from modified system.img .

Also if anyone is interested how to extract hidden.img, first you need to modify it with sgs4ext4fs and after that use sgs2toext4. Then you can open modified hidden.img with ext4_unpacker and extract files from it.
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Is there any tool to extract system.img?

UPDATE:

I found a way how to do it.
I used sgs4ext4fs by Chainfire to modify system.img and after that Ext2explore to extract files from modified system.img .

Also if anyone is interested how to extract hidden.img, first you need to modify it with sgs4ext4fs and after that use sgs2toext4. Then you can open modified hidden.img with ext4_unpacker and extract files from it.


u did it on Windows or Linux? cause I want the system file extracted. can u send it to me please?
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Is there any tool to extract system.img?

UPDATE:

I found a way how to do it.
I used sgs4ext4fs by Chainfire to modify system.img and after that Ext2explore to extract files from modified system.img .

Also if anyone is interested how to extract hidden.img, first you need to modify it with sgs4ext4fs and after that use sgs2toext4. Then you can open modified hidden.img with ext4_unpacker and extract files from it.

Maybe you could repack it with root files to get root. There is a how to video on you tube. I would do it, but my linux machine is down.
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Is there any tool to extract system.img?

UPDATE:

I found a way how to do it.
I used sgs4ext4fs by Chainfire to modify system.img and after that Ext2explore to extract files from modified system.img .

Also if anyone is interested how to extract hidden.img, first you need to modify it with sgs4ext4fs and after that use sgs2toext4. Then you can open modified hidden.img with ext4_unpacker and extract files from it.

well, we need some step by step instruction here
anyone able to extract system files??
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