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Sup guys, currently running running OctOs. Looking to head back to stock. Can any one be kind enough to provide me the correct tar file (link) so I can make that happen. Think I downloaded the wrong on.

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Long shift, but thank you very much.

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So you know this will unroot you aswell. Might delete internal also so backup anything important just in case.

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Is that 100% stock tar for Odin Samsung update is down.

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That will definitely delete all of your data I just odind back to stock yesterday and it's a good thing I backed up my internal storage or else I would have lost everything. How come you're going back to stock if you want a very stable rom I would recommend @sac23 sacs custom ROM v8 I am currently using it and I have not found any bugs I also have amazing battery life

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Is that 100% stock tar for Odin Samsung update is down.

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Yes it is. I used it to unroot MF9 and take MJA ota.




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That will definitely delete all of your data I just odind back to stock yesterday and it's a good thing I backed up my internal storage or else I would have lost everything. How come you're going back to stock if you want a very stable rom I would recommend @sac23 sacs custom ROM v8 I am currently using it and I have not found any bugs I also have amazing battery life

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Not all the time. The ones from Samsung updates sometimes wipe my internal and other times it doesnt.

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Yes it is. I used it to unroot MF9 and take MJA ota.






Not all the time. The ones from Samsung updates sometimes wipe my internal and other times it doesnt.

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Oh didnt know that I used the stock odin tar files from the GS4 for Android development section and it wiped my internal storage

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Oh didnt know that I used the stock odin tar files from the GS4 for Android development section and it wiped my internal storage

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I might have been using a modified tar to not wipe. I'm sorry its been a while since I used one so I'm not 100% sure.

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So you know this will unroot you aswell. Might delete internal also so backup anything important just in case.

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That will definitely delete all of your data I just odind back to stock yesterday and it's a good thing I backed up my internal storage or else I would have lost everything. How come you're going back to stock if you want a very stable rom I would recommend @sac23 sacs custom ROM v8 I am currently using it and I have not found any bugs I also have amazing battery life

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No offense to any dev that may see this, but just can't find a rom the catches my eye. Only one MIUI, but there's no support for it anymore.

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