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Attention Devs- The Odin Tar From AttNote2 **LOOK NEW**

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Can someone post an "About Device" screenshot to prove that this is correct? I don't want to take any chances.
 
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Can someone post an "About Device" screenshot to prove that this is correct? I don't want to take any chances.
it' the older build KL6, this tar is used to recovery your ATT note2 i317 phone when you brick it.
and why is this in n7100 forum and not in ATT i317 forum?
 
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Can someone post an "About Device" screenshot to prove that this is correct? I don't want to take any chances.
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I managed to get the Kernel extracted As Well AS the Full Odin Image......

This is for the ATT NOTE 2 ONLY...... to the xda-members do not try and flash this....... this is for development Only........ Pm me if you have any questions......

HERE IS THE FULL ODIN TAR IMAGE****

***** http://d-h.st/K8Q *****


Enclosed in this thread The-Kernel, The Modem,


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The kernel is here-

http://d-h.st/yiw

The Modem is here-

http://d-h.st/EK8


why this old thread deserve to be a sticky and one of the efs backup restore threads are not. It is important I guess because many people have the same problems and losing their imei etc...
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