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Hi All, I currently have wicked rom on my note 3 tmobile, but I have tried to flash 2 different Roms, and after flash I get the "Set Warranty Bit: Kernel" message at the top of screen, but I dont get anything else...there is nothing else about seandroid or whatever, I do get the Samsung logo but It just sits there. I have TWRP installed 2.6.3 I believe it is, I'm new to this phone and the terminology etc, but I just cant get anywhere with it. Im guessing it has something to do with my phone still having Android 4.3 on it? SM-N900T is the model....can someone enlighten me on this?....I'd like to try a Kit Kat rom..Thanks for your time!!!!
 
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Hi All, I currently have wicked rom on my note 3 tmobile, but I have tried to flash 2 different Roms, and after flash I get the "Set Warranty Bit: Kernel" message at the top of screen, but I dont get anything else...there is nothing else about seandroid or whatever, I do get the Samsung logo but It just sits there. I have TWRP installed 2.6.3 I believe it is, I'm new to this phone and the terminology etc, but I just cant get anywhere with it. Im guessing it has something to do with my phone still having Android 4.3 on it? SM-N900T is the model....can someone enlighten me on this?....I'd like to try a Kit Kat rom..Thanks for your time!!!!

This here is the International Note 3 forum.

You should probably ask in the specific T-Mobile Note 3 forum:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/note-3-tmobile
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This here is the International Note 3 forum.

You should probably ask in the specific T-Mobile Note 3 forum:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/note-3-tmobile
I put it here, because it's not a tmobile issue, I was just stating what phone it was...but thanks
 
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To use a Samsung based kit kat build you'd first have to flash the kit kat boot loader from an official firmware. This is not reversible and there would be no going back to stock 4.3.
I did it and my only issue was the sd card security bug but that's easy to fix if you have root.

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You might need to check if you have re-activation lock activated. This is generally the culprit for not allowing boot.
You need to flash stock rom then untick re-activation lock.
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Hi All, I currently have wicked rom on my note 3 tmobile, but I have tried to flash 2 different Roms, and after flash I get the "Set Warranty Bit: Kernel" message at the top of screen, but I dont get anything else...there is nothing else about seandroid or whatever, I do get the Samsung logo but It just sits there. I have TWRP installed 2.6.3 I believe it is, I'm new to this phone and the terminology etc, but I just cant get anywhere with it. Im guessing it has something to do with my phone still having Android 4.3 on it? SM-N900T is the model....can someone enlighten me on this?....I'd like to try a Kit Kat rom..Thanks for your time!!!!
I have had the same problem. Solved it by flashing the stock KK firmware.

You can download it from sammobile.com


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