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Where can I find Stock Brazilian Firmware

28th January 2014, 04:48 AM |#1  
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Hello, all!
Last week I brought an 1 month used N9005.
It is originally from Tim Brazil carrier and the old owner said he changed the firmware to an retail one, without carrier stuffs and its rooted.
But its strange... no stock email client, and some samsung stuffs missing. I dont know what he did... But I want to do a clean flash of the original Brazilian firmware, where can I find it? Ive searched at sammobile but dont have any Brazilian 4.4.2 there... Any way to download it? preference to retail or tim firmware...
thanks!!!

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Have a look here
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I already tried there... no success. ..

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Hello, all!
Last week I brought an 1 month used N9005.
It is originally from Tim Brazil carrier and the old owner said he changed the firmware to an retail one, without carrier stuffs and its rooted.
But its strange... no stock email client, and some samsung stuffs missing. I dont know what he did... But I want to do a clean flash of the original Brazilian firmware, where can I find it? Ive searched at sammobile but dont have any Brazilian 4.4.2 there... Any way to download it? preference to retail or tim firmware...
thanks!!!

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não tem firmware brazileiro somente esse Leaked (vazado) e não tem como voltar pro android 4.3

"sorry, wait for a long time, brazilian firmware
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28th January 2014, 05:24 PM |#5  
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não tem firmware brazileiro somente esse Leaked (vazado) e não tem como voltar pro android 4.3

"sorry, wait for a long time, brazilian firmware

valeu!

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28th January 2014, 10:15 PM |#6  
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I think, may be I solve that. Wait.

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I think, may be I solve that. Wait.

Estou a pensar numa solução !!!

how?

como??? rs

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29th January 2014, 10:27 AM |#8  
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how?

como??? rs

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Hi. Olá
There are on Sammobile one Rom TIM, I downloaded it to extract the CSC from cache.img.ex4 but... the TIM is from Italy not from Brasil.
I'm Sorry.

Fui enganado.

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