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[Q] Note N9005 modem flashing

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25th May 2014, 09:55 PM   |  #11  
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Are they modem.bin or the non-hlos files? Id really recommend doing modem flashes through desktop odin, especially if they're piece meal modems and not a full stock modem flash file.

Other than that I can't offer much assistance for non stock modems, but good luck in your endeavor, and glad I could point you in the right direction to at least get a stuck fladh to work. 😊

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The files are tar packed with a non-hlos.bin file inside.

Can I use those?
25th May 2014, 11:05 PM   |  #12  
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The files are tar packed with a non-hlos.bin file inside.

Can I use those?

Those should be fine then. Might have to triangle away again first to remove the write lock again, but otherwise should be ok.

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27th May 2014, 03:39 AM   |  #13  
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The files are tar packed with a non-hlos.bin file inside.

Can I use those?

If you have 2 files modem.bin and non-hlos.bin on the sdcard, download this Terminal Emulator and try these commands: (required ROOT)

Code:
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dd if=/sdcard/non-hlos.bin of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p1
dd if=/sdcard/modem.bin of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p2
reboot
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If you have 2 files modem.bin and non-hlos.bin on the sdcard, download this Terminal Emulator and try these commands: (required ROOT)

Code:
su
dd if=/sdcard/non-hlos.bin of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p1
dd if=/sdcard/modem.bin of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p2
reboot

The problem is that modems from omega repos have only one file - non-hlos.bin.

They lack the modem.bin, for some reason.
27th May 2014, 05:51 PM   |  #15  
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The problem is that modems from omega repos have only one file - non-hlos.bin.

They lack the modem.bin, for some reason.

You don't have to unzip the files from omega as they are tar and can be used in odin on computer(press pda look for your modem tar file & flash)
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The problem is that modems from omega repos have only one file - non-hlos.bin.

They lack the modem.bin, for some reason.

You can download the firmware for your device and extract to obtain the modem files.
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The problem is that modems from omega repos have only one file - non-hlos.bin.

They lack the modem.bin, for some reason.

If you still have a problem flashing the Modem, I used this 5 min. ago and it worked perfectly fine(used flashing instruction from x-note)

Download Odin3 v3.09 to your pc, download Modems from Omega(I used NC2) both GSM & LTE.

Put Odin and the Modems from Omega on PC Desktop.
Turn off your Cell Phone (power off normally). Take out your battery(wait 5 sec.) put it back in and boot in download mode(volume down+home+power) and than connect your phone to pc.
Open Odin and press AP and choose the GSM tar file from Omega.
Press start and wait for the phone to reboot.
Turn the phone off again and boot in download mode (same steps as before). Now look for the LTE tar file in AP and press start again.

You should now have your Modem Installed. Good luck mate

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