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20th May 2014, 07:57 PM   |  #11  
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If you had 16GB yes, for 8GB you need 8GB pit. I attached you 8GB if you need. Follow that guide from the first post in your link.

yes i have the 8gb model, where is the attachment?
also is pit relevant to rom version, i found the 4.1.2 original, is it ok to flash with that?
20th May 2014, 07:59 PM   |  #12  
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yes i have the 8gb model, where is the attachment?
also is pit relevant to rom version, i found the 4.1.2 original, is it ok to flash with that?

Sorry, seems XDA does not allow *.pit extension to be uploaded. You need to unzip it first.

Yes, you needed to flash Stock 4.1.2 in first place.

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20th May 2014, 08:07 PM   |  #13  
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Sorry, seems XDA does not allow *.pit extension to be uploaded. You need to unzip it first.

Yes, you needed to flash Stock 4.1.2 in first place.

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ok so to sum everything.

1) I open odin
2) i chouse the pit file and the 4.1.2 original rom
3) i press start

Do i need to make anything else in odin?
20th May 2014, 08:09 PM   |  #14  
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ok so to sum everything.

1) I open odin
2) i chouse the pit file and the 4.1.2 original rom
3) i press start

Do i need to make anything else in odin?

It is written in that thread what to do I think. But that should be it, pit in pit and stock firmware in pda.

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20th May 2014, 08:36 PM   |  #15  
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It is written in that thread what to do I think. But that should be it, pit in pit and stock firmware in pda.

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i did what we said and now with the original rom it doesnt mount the sd
i will try to reflash vanir later and see if anything changes
20th May 2014, 08:45 PM   |  #16  
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i did what we said and now with the original rom it doesnt mount the sd
i will try to reflash vanir later and see if anything changes

Flashing custom rom will not help. Read first thread I gave you.

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20th May 2014, 10:52 PM   |  #17  
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Flashing custom rom will not help. Read first thread I gave you.

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the thread you gave me have no solution for me.

i have already flashed original rom with pit and it didnt work
20th May 2014, 10:55 PM   |  #18  
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the thread you gave me have no solution for me.

i have already flashed original rom with pit and it didnt work

You formated internal storage from menu? And in that thread you found, I think it was written to check repartition in Odin when you flash firmware and pit file, check again, maybe I am wrong.

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You formated internal storage from menu? And in that thread you found, I think it was written to check repartition in Odin when you flash firmware and pit file, check again, maybe I am wrong.

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ok i fixed it .
what i did was

i flashed CODE_GT-I9070_I9070DXLD1_CL1068093_REV00_user_SEC_KEY_LD1_ 8G.tar.md5 , CSC_GT-I9070-MULTI-CSC-OLBLD1_SEC_KEY_8G.tar.md5 and GT-I9070_EUR_XX_8G.pit with odin

and everything came back to normal
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ok i fixed it .
what i did was

i flashed CODE_GT-I9070_I9070DXLD1_CL1068093_REV00_user_SEC_KEY_LD1_ 8G.tar.md5 , CSC_GT-I9070-MULTI-CSC-OLBLD1_SEC_KEY_8G.tar.md5 and GT-I9070_EUR_XX_8G.pit with odin

and everything came back to normal

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