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Stephen009
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Default [Q] Pit file for SGH-T889

I have been looking all over xda as well as searching Google. I need the PIT file for the SGH-T889 I clicked nand erase all inside of oden and I now have no imei no phone use, no sim reading, and my sd card is non existant when I get a rom to load. I am also having a problem with kies it wont let me go to a factory rom and fix the nand.

So main question does anyone have the SGH-T889 tmobile note 2 pit file

I already have seen the t889v which is canadian and does not work for me

or does someone no how I can fix my phone going step by step from when I erase everything?
 
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I have been looking all over xda as well as searching Google. I need the PIT file for the SGH-T889 I clicked nand erase all inside of oden and I now have no imei no phone use, no sim reading, and my sd card is non existant when I get a rom to load. I am also having a problem with kies it wont let me go to a factory rom and fix the nand.

So main question does anyone have the SGH-T889 tmobile note 2 pit file

I already have seen the t889v which is canadian and does not work for me

or does someone no how I can fix my phone going step by step from when I erase everything?
I got this following help from Ciphercodes when I needed a PIT file, just yesterday. I haven't tried it yet, but he was a great help to me. Here is his post from my question:

Here is the PIT file I had posted when my phone was still on 4.1.2.
Link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=205
Download the attached file and make sure to change file extension from .txt to .pit.

Start ODIN, click PIT and browse to this pit file.
Make sure the Re-Partition box is checked.
Then under PDA load your T889UVBMD1 tar.md5 file and click start.


I sure hope this helps you.
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