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Default [Q] can i flash kit kat 4.4.2 malaysian firmware to Hong Kong firmware n9005 32gb?

hello. i have note 3 n9005 32gb HK based firmware MK1. can i flash malaysiam kot kat 4.4.2 via odin? thanks.
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hello. i have note 3 n9005 32gb HK based firmware MK1. can i flash malaysiam kot kat 4.4.2 via odin? thanks.
Read around, the HK note has a lot of issues with KitKat.
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hello. i have note 3 n9005 32gb HK based firmware MK1. can i flash malaysiam kot kat 4.4.2 via odin? thanks.
Flash the CSC file from the leaked ROM. Then flash whatever you want.
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Flash the CSC file from the leaked ROM. Then flash whatever you want.
how about if i flash malaysian 4.3 rom? is it doable? because my HK firmware doesnt has LTE ENALBED in network mode. thanks
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how about if i flash malaysian 4.3 rom? is it doable? because my HK firmware doesnt has LTE ENALBED in network mode. thanks
Sure.
Just flash the CSC file first. It changes your pit.
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Sure.
Just flash the CSC file first. It changes your pit.
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okay thanks mate, going to flash the csc later then flash other region firmware to enable LTE.

out of curiosity, can i enable LTE in network mode without rooting and changing specific lines in root explorer?
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okay thanks mate, going to flash the csc later then flash other region firmware to enable LTE.

out of curiosity, can i enable LTE in network mode without rooting and changing specific lines in root explorer?

Not as far as I know. You need root for that.
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Not as far as I know. You need root for that.
IT WORKED !! thanks alot, followed step 1-6 from your 2nd signature thread then i went on to flash malaysia 4.4 firmware. Now i get LTE connections. thanks again
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