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In odin there should be Phone/CP select that and find the file you downloaded and flash away. Im not really sure how to explain hehe sorry so feel free to search for it.. But if the problem did not fix, you should download a stock firmware base from your country.

Edit: AP=Stock rom /BL=Bootloader/ CP=Modem/ CSC=region?

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Yes, it didn't fix, but I don't know whether I've done it correctly or not. The file that comes in the download is named as I9505XXUEMK8-WiFi-FIX.tar. I know that .tar files are flashable through Odin, so I don't need to modify this file by extracting or any other process, right? I just need to select the file exactly as it comes selecting CP in Odin, isn't it?
 
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Yes, it didn't fix, but I don't know whether I've done it correctly or not. The file that comes in the download is named as I9505XXUEMK8-WiFi-FIX.tar. I know that .tar files are flashable through Odin, so I don't need to modify this file by extracting or any other process, right? I just need to select the file exactly as it comes selecting CP in Odin, isn't it?
Turn of your phone manually and wait a few atleast 10 sec then press and hold Power+Volumedown in order to reach Download mode , Open odin Select CP (Find the .tar) put both cables (Wait until you see the blue sign in odin) and press start. Like i said if the problem still persist you should flash the stock rom that base from your country and you can find it from here
 
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In odin there should be Phone/CP select that and find the file you downloaded and flash away. Im not really sure how to explain hehe sorry so feel free to search for it.. But if the problem did not fix, you should download a stock firmware base from your country.

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I've flashed the stock firmware base from my country and Wifi isn't working
 
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I've flashed the stock firmware base from my country and Wifi isn't working
Do you mind dialing *#1234# and write it down here . thanks
 
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Do you mind dialing *#1234# and write it down here . thanks
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AP: I9505VJUEMKE
CP: I9505VJUEMKE
CSC: I9505ZTOEMKE

 
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AP: I9505VJUEMKE
CP: I9505VJUEMKE
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Download and extract this file Turn off your phone manually and boot into download mode and flash the file via odin by selecting Phone/CP. If still doesnt work boot into recovery (Power+VolumeUP) do a wipe cache/Factory reset then reboot and Quickly Press/Hold Power+Volumedown to reach Download mode and Reflash the Stock firmware man. If still doesnt work let me ask @Joku1981 to help you about Stock rom as well
 
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Download and extract this file Turn off your phone manually and boot into download mode and flash the file via odin by selecting Phone/CP. If still doesnt work boot into recovery (Power+VolumeUP) do a wipe cache/Factory reset then reboot and Quickly Press/Hold Power+Volumedown to reach Download mode and Reflash the Stock firmware man. If still doesnt work let me ask @Joku1981 to help you about Stock rom as well
You mean to flash .bin file to the CP partition, right? Done & wifi not working yet. Now I'm reflashing the stock firmware again. Hope it works

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You mean to flash .bin file to the CP partition, right? Done & wifi not working yet. Now I'm reflashing the stock firmware again. Hope it works
Well good enough but next time dont extract the file way too much When you download a file IE: I9505XXUEMKE-WiFi-FIX.rar extract it once and You should see a file IE: I9505XXUEMKE-WiFi-FIX.tar then flash that with odin And yeah Im glad that helps you mate, have a nice day.
 
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Well good enough but next time dont extract the file way too much When you download a file IE: I9505XXUEMKE-WiFi-FIX.rar extract it once and You should see a file IE: I9505XXUEMKE-WiFi-FIX.tar then flash that with odin And yeah Im glad that helps you mate, have a nice day.
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Thanks for being patient mate, I really appreciate your help
Same thing over here bud - each one is different... Calls are now working but no wifi

AP: I9505XXUFNA5
CP: I9505XXUEMJ5
CSC: I9505OXAFNA5

Which one are you matching up?? What code corresponds to the correct modem?


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