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Exclamation [Q] Galaxy Note 3 Stock Firmware for AT&T SM-N900A???

can anyone with a stock ATT note 3 sm-n900A mj5 (not MI9) create a .md5 file so tht i can reflash stock firmware with odin, since i look every where and no luck.

i keept on checking this site for stock firmware att version
http://galaxynote3root.com/galaxy-no...tock-firmware/

my note 3 boot but it stop right where ATT logo stop spinning and it reboot again to battery picture and stay there, i can go on downloading mode and follow this but nothing changes http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2559715

recovery mode is not possible either, when press the vol up, home button and power, its stuck on note 3 logo.

if anyone can help me or tell me whats wrong, i still appriciate it
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can anyone with a stock ATT note 3 sm-n900A mj5 (not MI9) create a .md5 file so tht i can reflash stock firmware with odin, since i look every where and no luck.

i keept on checking this site for stock firmware att version
http://galaxynote3root.com/galaxy-no...tock-firmware/

my note 3 boot but it stop right where ATT logo stop spinning and it reboot again to battery picture and stay there, i can go on downloading mode and follow this but nothing changes http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2559715

recovery mode is not possible either, when press the vol up, home button and power, its stuck on note 3 logo.

if anyone can help me or tell me whats wrong, i still appriciate it
We Currently do not have an Odin file for stock firmware for our phone.

this thread maybe of some help.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2476353
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We Currently do not have an Odin file for stock firmware for our phone.

this thread maybe of some help.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2476353
thanks for replying, i dont know how to perform the unbricking with the link you provided, if someone can make a video tut tht would be awesome, i already have ubuntu installed and micro sd card reader but still no idea what to do in terminal
 
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can anyone with a stock ATT note 3 sm-n900A mj5 (not MI9) create a .md5 file so tht i can reflash stock firmware with odin, since i look every where and no luck.

i keept on checking this site for stock firmware att version
http://galaxynote3root.com/galaxy-no...tock-firmware/

my note 3 boot but it stop right where ATT logo stop spinning and it reboot again to battery picture and stay there, i can go on downloading mode and follow this but nothing changes http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2559715

recovery mode is not possible either, when press the vol up, home button and power, its stuck on note 3 logo.

if anyone can help me or tell me whats wrong, i still appriciate it
Just so you know, and MD5 file will do you absolutely no good unless you need to fake a program into believing the file you have with a bad checksum is legit. All an MD5 file does is contains a checksum for an installer or bootloader to validate. It does not have any files, or data in it whatsoever. it is just a text file with a string of numbers in all essence.
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