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View Poll Results: Which carrier do you mostly download stock firmware for?
AT&T 1,375 71.54%
Bell 119 6.19%
FMC (Unknown) 21 1.09%
Koodo Mobile 21 1.09%
Puerto Rico (PCT) 20 1.04%
Rogers 175 9.11%
Sasktel 11 0.57%
Telcel 57 2.97%
Telus 86 4.47%
T-Mobile 135 7.02%
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I have the at&t s3, can I flash the t-mobile 4.1.2 one??
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oh man. thnks a lot. but my bad luck dat i didn't see your message today in the morning. i purchased 1 mnth premium account on hotfile and download the file today only. i had to give them 620 bucks....

anyways my friend i appropriate your help. thanx again man....
aww well if you mean $6.20 then it's fine, you can skip a dinner haha. Assuming I got the decimal in the right spot. I hope people realize that I don't upload most of these links - I find them in other websites and just put them all together here.

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Is there a stock 4.1.1 firmware for AT&T that I can flash using TWRP?
no, not in this thread. You might have to search around the forums for recovery flashable stock roms
 
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[QUOTE=meanhacker;37555380]aww well if you mean $6.20 then it's fine, you can skip a dinner haha. Assuming I got the decimal in the right spot. I hope people realize that I don't upload most of these links - I find them in other websites and just put them all together here.


yes u r right buddy. but its huge amount for downloading just one file. so what i m gonna do provide direct links to download firmware (only on XDA forum).
 
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aww well if you mean $6.20 then it's fine, you can skip a dinner haha. Assuming I got the decimal in the right spot. I hope people realize that I don't upload most of these links - I find them in other websites and just put them all together here.

yes u r right buddy. but its huge amount for downloading just one file. so what i m gonna do provide direct links to download firmware (only on XDA forum).
I agree. Let me know if you upload anything
 
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Sorry, I'm new to this. Android System/OS are taking up 35% of my battery!! I think it might be a corrupt file. If I want to just reflash the OS (without doing a factory reset), how would I do this? Would I download the latest ROM from above? What radio buttons do I hit in ODIN?

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Sorry, I'm new to this. Android System/OS are taking up 35% of my battery!! I think it might be a corrupt file. If I want to just reflash the OS (without doing a factory reset), how would I do this? Would I download the latest ROM from above? What radio buttons do I hit in ODIN?

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flashing a stock ROM automatically formats your internal SD card. So if I had problems like that I would first back up all my stuff and do a factory reset in recovery. Then, I'd go into download mode and flash the stock ROM through Odin. Yes, you would want to go with the latest ROM (one that ends with DLK3) and flash it via Odin. Don't change any radio buttons - just click on the PDA button and browse for your ROM file and hit Start. Leave all settings as they are.
 
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I think its about time we start seeing a 4.1.2 or 4.2 leak being rolled out for AT&T. I've been patiently waiting so far, but it seems like its not going to be any time this month.
 
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I think its about time we start seeing a 4.1.2 or 4.2 leak being rolled out for AT&T. I've been patiently waiting so far, but it seems like its not going to be any time this month.
keep an eye out on those external sites I posted up in the OP.
 
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I have them all bookmarked, and I check daily, but there seems to be no "love" for the i747 anytime soon.
 
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Unfortunately I think we are losing Samsung's support... just like the galaxy tab 10.1. They are working on bigger things I'm guessing

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