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[GUIDE] No-Wipe Jelly Bean Factory Images ***Final Update: 6/1/13***

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You're right. Installing CWMR does it. I guess installing a pre-rooted stock ROM via Odin will avoid it.
 
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Default Re: [GUIDE] Jelly Bean Factory Images (4.1.1 and 4.1.2) ***UPDATED 02/06/13***

I installed this via mobile Odin. I chose open file and it flashed everything plus rooted and unlocked the boot loader. Battery: GREAT! I don't see any thing different from 4.1.2 ?
 
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Default Re: [GUIDE] Jelly Bean Factory Images (4.1.1 and 4.1.2) ***UPDATED 02/06/13***

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I installed this via mobile Odin. I chose open file and it flashed everything plus rooted and unlocked the boot loader. Battery: GREAT! I don't see any thing different from 4.1.2 ?
Same. Just flashed all this at work. Mobile odin is worth the change.

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I used mobile Odin and it says normal, not modified

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I used mobile Odin and it says normal, not modified

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I used standard Odin 3.07 by the OP and mine says normal also.
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I just flashed this in odin after coming from 4.2 and it's taking a long time to boot, its at the verizon 4g lte screen and been there for probably 20 minutes. any help?

Edit: Never mind I think I fixed it.
 
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I just flashed this in odin after coming from 4.2 and it's taking a long time to boot, its at the verizon 4g lte screen and been there for probably 20 minutes. any help?

Edit: Never mind I think I fixed it.
Go into recovery and do a full wipe and reboot.
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Is this possible? To take one of these ODIN files and deodexed it? To be flashed normally through Odin?
 
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Is this possible? To take one of these ODIN files and deodexed it? To be flashed normally through Odin?
Have to run through Android kitchen or equivalent and pull rom zip. Then deodex. Not worth the time on this leak.
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Have to run through Android kitchen or equivalent and pull rom zip. Then deodex. Not worth the time on this leak.
Thanks for the answer, so at least is possible to make a deodexed ODIN file from the official rom

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