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Just picked up my new Note II this week and was wondering if wiped out my tmo stock ROM.. would I be able to load an international stock ROM of X language/country region?

What I am aiming for is basically a fresh clean installed ROM without the tmo bloatware and etc. Also, would my Note II have any wifi calling issues being on a non-tmo stock ROM?

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There should be a stock debloated rom floating around in the android dev sections. I used it untill jedi x7 came out and roms were becoming stable.

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Wifi calling only available in TMobile roms. You will lose wifi calling if you install international roms or any roms that is not base on TMobile.

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Wifi calling only available in TMobile roms. You will lose wifi calling if you install international roms or any roms that is not base on TMobile.

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Yeah, I was afraid of that.. losing wifi calling. My area lacks coverage so I depend on wifi calling.

Hm.. is there a way to extract the wifi calling feature from stock tmo roms and install with other custom or international roms.
 
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Yeah, I was afraid of that.. losing wifi calling. My area lacks coverage so I depend on wifi calling.

Hm.. is there a way to extract the wifi calling feature from stock tmo roms and install with other custom or international roms.
Well, in the sense that anything could be possible... sure. But it would be a huge undertaking much more involved then an extract-and-install scenario. My gut says the juice isn't worth the squeeze on that one... but I've been wrong on such things before so don't take my word for it.
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My current ROM is Tweaked 1.5 I can confirm that Wi-fi calling works.

Should you choose to flash this rom (Tweaked 1.5) In Aroma installer, make sure you tick "install all t-mobile apps"

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My current ROM is Tweaked 1.5 I can confirm that Wi-fi calling works.

Should you choose to flash this rom (Tweaked 1.5) In Aroma installer, make sure you tick "install all t-mobile apps"

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Fwiw - installing all t-mobile apps is not necessary for wifi calling to work on tweaked.
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