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Stock Original Official i717m Bell Note Firmware

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16th May 2012, 06:00 PM   |  #1  
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Here is the Official Original Stock i717M Bell Canada Firmware. For People who want to revert back to stock.


1 RWC_signed_Q1_USA_1221.pit PIT FILE
http://www.2shared.com/file/rs2Oq58t..._USA_1221.html

2. ABOOT_SGH-I717M_I717MUGLA2_user_CL875155_REV00.tar.md5 BOOTLOADER FILE
http://www.2shared.com/file/7PUjxhL1...UGLA2_use.html


3 PLATFORM_KERNEL_AMSS_SGH-I717M_I717MUGLA2_user_CL875155_REV00.tar.zip (533.11 MB) PDA UNZIP it first.
http://www.multiupload.nl/TA1FPCNZXI

4. I717MUGLA2_phone_secure_Q1_BMC_REV_00_CL870799.tar .md5 PHONE File
http://www.2shared.com/file/HDuEZqQm...re_Q1_BMC.html
5. SGH-I717M-CSC-BMCLA2.tar.md5 CSC FILE
http://www.2shared.com/file/9pdPE8Ch...BMCLA2tar.html


All the above files are in order. Just plug them in ODIN and put your phone in download mode by holding Volume down and power button. Get the Green Guy and your are set. press start.

Enjoy.
Say Thanks if you like it. and If anyone need Samsung firmware i can help. PM me.
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2nd June 2012, 10:13 PM   |  #2  
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Hmmmm every time I add the bootloader in Odin it crashes on me.
Any specific version of Odin we should be using?
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3rd June 2012, 01:48 PM   |  #3  
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I have the i717R
After flash this, will my phone be i717M?

and if I wanna flash counter reset package, should I use i717M or i717R?
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I have the i717R
After flash this, will my phone be i717M?

and if I wanna flash counter reset package, should I use i717M or i717R?

Stock Rogers files also available,

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1630843

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3rd June 2012, 06:47 PM   |  #5  
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Stock Rogers files also available,

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1630843

Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I717 using XDA

Yes I do know that but since I am using Bell, so i wonder would it work better with Bell Firmware?! (as Bell LTE is different from Rogers one)

and I heard Bell i717 ICS is coming soon... so... yeah
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I have the i717R
After flash this, will my phone be i717M?

and if I wanna flash counter reset package, should I use i717M or i717R?

I've made the stock firmware for Bell that was originally on here (search). From my experience making that and the subsequently making Telus and Rogers stock firmware with files from other people, I know that if you flash one of the big three's firmware on a Bell Note, the model reported by the software is that of the owners firmware. Can confirm it as when I flashed the Telus firmware on my Bell Note, it reported it as an i717D (Telus' variant). I assume it will be the same in your case.
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I've made the stock firmware for Bell that was originally on here (search). From my experience making that and the subsequently making Telus and Rogers stock firmware with files from other people, I know that if you flash one of the big three's firmware on a Bell Note, the model reported by the software is that of the owners firmware. Can confirm it as when I flashed the Telus firmware on my Bell Note, it reported it as an i717D (Telus' variant). I assume it will be the same in your case.

I too own a Rogers i717R and after flashing the bell kernel found in the development forum, My boot up screen flashes i717m now. and under my about screen it shows under moderl number, "SGH_I717M". therefore being bell branded now. I would believe anyhow?!? Any seconds on that?!?
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Flashed this am in about 10mins before heading off to work! everything works perfectly! thanks again for this. Now to continue to patiently wait for Bell's ICS to drop in May...(oh wait, it's now june) Way to go Bell
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Flashed this am in about 10mins before heading off to work! everything works perfectly! thanks again for this. Now to continue to patiently wait for Bell's ICS to drop in May...(oh wait, it's now june) Way to go Bell


https://twitter.com/bell_support/sta...44296146649088

Official Answer from Bell Canada
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https://twitter.com/bell_support/sta...44296146649088

Official Answer from Bell Canada


HaHa. Read the twitter comment. "we will keep you posted with details very soon "

Like c'mon Bell, get off your asses and give us what we want!

I choose(refuse) to run a custom rom on my Note. just my preference.

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