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15th January 2012, 07:19 AM   |  #201  
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Go back to the firmware you had, root it, flash newest or in fact any CF-Root kernel. Then start over.

  1. Redownload the LA1 ROM. Extract it.
  2. Create folder /sdcard/external_sd/firmware (thats folder "firmware" (lowercase) on your external SD card)
  3. Put following 3 ("three") files in it:
    1. CODE_blah.tar.md5
    2. GT-N7000-MULTI-CSC.blah.tar.md5
    3. MODEM_blah.tar.md5
  4. Open CWM App, select "Flash stock firmware"
  5. Click continue a couple times. Important steps:
    1. In case asked which kernel you want to take, chose CODE_blah
    2. When asked what you want as CACHE select GT-N7000-MULTI-CSC-blah
    3. When asked about rooting say Keep CF-Root Kernel
  6. Done

Then There is No more 'Mobile Odin' require?
B'coz this can be done as routine procedure, rather thn Mobile odin, as this procedure also keeping Root intact.
Or any other limitation of this?
15th January 2012, 07:36 AM   |  #202  
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Correct. The last firmware I flashed with MobileODIN was KL7. Since KL8 I use CWM+recovery and I just also flashed LA3. So yes, if you have a ROM as separate files you can also flash them using CWM app and retain root. While this is already rather easy, MobileODIN is even simpler though and easier to understand, as a concept. Especially for beginners.

Rajesh, I'm away from my PC now and going to bed (its 8:35am (!!) ) but I'll try to answer and help you once I got up again.

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@ schaggo

thanks for the reply. I followed your below steps.

Go back to the firmware you had, root it, flash newest or in fact any CF-Root kernel. Then start over.

Redownload the LA1 ROM. Extract it.
Create folder /sdcard/external_sd/firmware (thats folder "firmware" (lowercase) on your external SD card)
Put following 3 ("three") files in it:
CODE_blah.tar.md5
GT-N7000-MULTI-CSC.blah.tar.md5
MODEM_blah.tar.md5
Open CWM App, select "Flash stock firmware"
Click continue a couple times. Important steps:
In case asked which kernel you want to take, chose CODE_blah
When asked what you want as CACHE select GT-N7000-MULTI-CSC-blah
When asked about rooting say Keep CF-Root Kernel

When it went to CWM mode... it just shows some error and mobile reboots.

I cant even see what error message it is showing.. it reboots rapidly.. tried it 5 times but still it is not working..

Reflash CF Root n Try ( Shaggo not here for some time, if this can help U)
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15th January 2012, 11:11 AM   |  #204  
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I reflashed it but still getting same error which cant been since it reboots very fast..
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Rajesh, just a simple step. Several things could be wrong but since you got md5 error it is assumed your downloaded file has some errors, I would advice you redownload and avoid pausing and resuming during download.
Once this is done, extract and load the files to your internal sd and note the folder. Open Mobile Odin and go to open file and load CODE_N7000XXLA1_CL868264_REV02_user_low_ship.tar.m d5 which should be 859.25mb. Allow mobile Odin to verify, if there is an error I advice not to continue, if no error was found go on and tick off ever root and mobile Odin injection. I believe this will solve your problem.
If u still have issues, just factory reset, root and reinstall mobile Odin and repeat the whole process and if no success yet, install a CF kernel and use CWM to install the rom. Hope this helps.

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I reflashed it but still getting same error which cant been since it reboots very fast..

It seems your downloaded ROM cud be corrupted
15th January 2012, 02:05 PM   |  #207  
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Guys just got my Gnote can't see my baseband in here... can someone show me how to root this?

Baseband: N7000DXKJ3

Kernel: N7000DXKJ7

Thank you...
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Thanks for all the hardwork and pointers...
managed to upgrade my Note (malaysia) to KL3 (malaysia)
now SamMobile has released new ROM for my country
>>> N7000DXLA1 ## 2.3.6 2012 January N7000OLBKL2 Malaysia <<<
http://www.sammobile.com/firmware/?p...00&r=2#regiona

downloaded the file,which is a single zip file containing a single tar.md5 file.
not sure if this would be a wipe or non wipe file...what do u think?

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Hi

I just rooted my phone with CWM option. I had the KK9 rom it all went smooth. Followed the guide on here. I have just flashed the LA3 rom. Kernal and build number show LA3 but baseband still shows KK5. Is there something wrong?

Also when I press vol up + home + power it goes to cwm and says successfully applied csc dbt and then says reboot. I had the null issue and followed instructions on here. It doesn't give me the option to flash kernel.
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Originally Posted by Rajesh Rajendran

@ schaggo

thanks for the reply. I followed your below steps.

Go back to the firmware you had, root it, flash newest or in fact any CF-Root kernel. Then start over.

Redownload the LA1 ROM. Extract it.
Create folder /sdcard/external_sd/firmware (thats folder "firmware" (lowercase) on your external SD card)
Put following 3 ("three") files in it:
CODE_blah.tar.md5
GT-N7000-MULTI-CSC.blah.tar.md5
MODEM_blah.tar.md5
Open CWM App, select "Flash stock firmware"
Click continue a couple times. Important steps:
In case asked which kernel you want to take, chose CODE_blah
When asked what you want as CACHE select GT-N7000-MULTI-CSC-blah
When asked about rooting say Keep CF-Root Kernel

When it went to CWM mode... it just shows some error and mobile reboots.

I cant even see what error message it is showing.. it reboots rapidly.. tried it 5 times but still it is not working..


hi.

I have the same problem and I have tried on three different mobiles. All give the same problem as RAJESH.

I can confirm the following:

Downloaded file is not corrupted because I can use the same file when flashing with PC odin and it is a success. Only when using this method with CWM method (for upgrading to newer firmwares and rooting using the CWM options) it fails.

This happens very quickly so I can not see what causes it but it just aborts upgrading the firmware i think within 5-6 seconds of starting the upgrade process and restarts the phone back without upgrading.


I only have mobile odin and not mobile odin pro. So i tried this using CWM upgrade method.

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