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New way to install International/T-Mobile 4.4.2 - help needed

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21st February 2014, 12:47 AM   |  #1  
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Ok guys. I have come up with a method to install 4.4.2 international and T-Mobile ROMs without ADB.

I am using some stuff from @drakeymcmb and @Hashcode

I however need some help.

I will not be doing a tutorial yet because this is not complete.

I used EchoeROM from the International section. It boots and runs fine for the most part.

Bugs I can't figure out how to fix but have ideas for based on fixes from the AT&T S4.

Wi-Fi will not turn on. (I will need @Hashcode to help with that.)
Using the ATT PTA apns works, but is shoddy with LTE.
I ran into one random reboot when opening messaging. Didn't happen after it booted up again.

If you guys could give me a hand. I and the community would love you.

THIS IS NOT AND MAY NEVER BE A FINAL METHOD. DO NOT ASK FOR ETA's. AS OF RIGHT NOW, THIS IS ONLY A PROOF OF CONCEPT.
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