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Downgraded from NC5 to MK2 and rooted, now no sound and phone app slow/crashes

31st May 2014, 05:49 AM |#1  
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Hello.

I followed the instructions here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...29&postcount=1 to downgrade from NC5 to MK2 and then rooted.

After all was done, rooted and booted, my sound doesn't work, the phone call app lags big time and/or crashes, and I can't do speech-to-text for messaging cause mic won't activate (says can't reach Google but I have Internet connection).

I already tried clearing cache partition.

I'm unclear on how to flash fixes with safestrap or if that's even a solution. Any help is appreciated and thanked.

Thanks!
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31st May 2014, 07:55 AM |#2  
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Hello.

I followed the instructions here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...29&postcount=1 to downgrade from NC5 to MK2 and then rooted.

After all was done, rooted and booted, my sound doesn't work, the phone call app lags big time and/or crashes, and I can't do speech-to-text for messaging cause mic won't activate (says can't reach Google but I have Internet connection).

I already tried clearing cache partition.

I'm unclear on how to flash fixes with safestrap or if that's even a solution. Any help is appreciated and thanked.

Thanks!

Did you flash fixed kernel ?
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Not sure about the kernel but I figured it out. I skipped optional step because I thought it was optional. It wasn't. I flashed nc2 modem hlos file and that fixed sound, phone app and mic for messaging.

New issue now though. WiFi doesn't work. I tried flashing bypass as it said in thread but no joy.

Thanks.
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Not sure about the kernel but I figured it out. I skipped optional step because I thought it was optional. It wasn't. I flashed nc2 modem hlos file and that fixed sound, phone app and mic for messaging.

New issue now though. WiFi doesn't work. I tried flashing bypass as it said in thread but no joy.

Thanks.

You have version form Verizon so I'm not sure about this kernel, but in every tutorial for downgrade we have this kernel which fix sound and wifi.
31st May 2014, 10:39 AM |#5  
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Originally Posted by emTr0

Not sure about the kernel but I figured it out. I skipped optional step because I thought it was optional. It wasn't. I flashed nc2 modem hlos file and that fixed sound, phone app and mic for messaging.

New issue now though. WiFi doesn't work. I tried flashing bypass as it said in thread but no joy.

Thanks.

What ****ing mania of downgrade! Flash android 4.4.2 again and bye bye problems.
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not just their obsession they hope to get rid of Knox but will not succeed. the only option is to make that be replaced motherboard with warranty in Samsung service centre
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