Originally Posted by demension21
nah don't even think about it!!
before you connect your note to qpst; did you dial *#7284# to acces the qualcom settings anf select RNDIS + DM + MODEM
then on qpst configuration select your port
I did everything I could, all steps, everything and nothing works, thanks again man.
I have T889V like you do, and because I'm stuck in bootloop I need to flash an other modem to make it boot into the system. So I flashed the i317M modem but in your case you flashed the T889 modem. That's what I'm wondering, not that I haven't tried flashing a different modem before.
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Originally Posted by Darkshado
Ashwill, just double checking: did you make sure Kies wasn't running anything in the background? That software and its dependent background services are known repeat offenders when it comes to interfering with Odin or QPST.
Consider trying on another computer, one where you install only the Samsung drivers (extracted from the Kies installer if necessary) along with QPST/QXDM and NV_reader_writer.
If you're with Robellusfivirkoo, you might as well flash the I317M modem. Contrary to the (current, LTE update pending) T-Mobile USA T889 modem, or the T889V one, it has LTE enabled once you combine it with the proper NV settings; not unlike the AWS mod people have been doing the other way around. If on the other hand you're with Wind, Mobilicity or Videotron, I wouldn't bother with the extra steps.
It is a brand new Windows 8, and I have tried on Windows XP, Vista, 7 32/64 bits with/without Kies. And when I flashed the i317M modem the first time, I enabled LTE on my T889V on my Fido carrier. So everything is working pretty well before I flashed the kernel for 7105.
The last chance I have is to try flashing the T889 modem instead of the i317M one and the efs partition file in your link. I saw an add on Toronto kijiji that someone is able to fix that so I'm asking him about it too.