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[-::STOCK::-] SGH-T889V Factory Images, Roms, Modems, & Kernels (Updated 02/26/2013)

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17th February 2013, 05:44 AM |#21  
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teshxx: I'm gonna have to disagree here.

ro.product.model in particular is used for compatibility checks, and also for licensing purposes.

And CSC files control some features on the phone itself, in addition to containing applicable network tweaks (FastDormancy for one), allowed emergency numbers and APN settings.
 
 
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teshxx: I'm gonna have to disagree here.

ro.product.model in particular is used for compatibility checks, and also for licensing purposes.

And CSC files control some features on the phone itself, in addition to containing applicable network tweaks (FastDormancy for one), allowed emergency numbers and APN settings.

All those depends on your Provider. As soon as your phone logs into the network (tmobile for me) phone applies settings for that provider. How about you flash it and tell me if you find any discrepancy. Your argument/opinion is invalid if you haven't even tried it.
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18th February 2013, 03:55 AM |#23  
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If it has the settings to begin with, which is what those CSC files do, and the set in your latest download is the Singapore one. The phone matches the MNC and MCC of the carrier its connected to with what it has available in its applied CSC file. The remainder is obvious by looking at the CSC xml files themselves.
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Updating Post #1 with stock 4.1.2 for T889V which was released today (02/26/13).
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Updating Post #1 with stock 4.1.2 for T889V which was released today (02/26/13).

That was quick! I really appreciate the work you've done, friend. *hits thanks button*
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26th February 2013, 08:44 PM |#26  
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FOR VTR:

Factory Image -::- Odex -::- Deodex -::- Modem -::- Kernel -::- (T889VVLBMA3) (4.1.2) (02/26/2013)

Will those be uploaded?????
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Re: [-::STOCK::-] SGH-T889V Factory Images, Roms, Modems, & Kernels (Updated 02/26/20
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FOR VTR:

Factory Image -::- Odex -::- Deodex -::- Modem -::- Kernel -::- (T889VVLBMA3) (4.1.2) (02/26/2013)

Will those be uploaded?????

Yes.

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Thanks for the quick updates Tesh!
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Thanks for the quick updates Tesh!

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What can I do if I lost my wifi? I did factory reset, reflashed rom, reflashed factory image, reflashed modem. Nothing to do!
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