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Default rom for p905?

there is a rom for p905?
 
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No, its not even rooted yet as far as I know.

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the sm-p905 is rooted, but issue with custum recovery...
 
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Right. The Verizon variant of the 905 may not be but the standard one is. Development is slow to start on this device but at least with root users can get xposed to help bridge the gap. As much as I wanted an At&t LTE variant I'm glad I didn't wait for it seeing how long the Verizon folks have been waiting for root.

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I've stumbled across these root methods. I'm not sure if they're legit:

http://androidxda.com/root-samsung-g...o-12-2-sm-p905

http://www.editandroid.com/how-to-ro...2-lte-sm-p905/
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I've stumbled across these root methods. I'm not sure if they're legit:

http://androidxda.com/root-samsung-g...o-12-2-sm-p905

http://www.editandroid.com/how-to-ro...2-lte-sm-p905/
Using CF Autoroot flips a switch on the system and it will say "warranty_void:1" when booted to download mode
That may be a reason for service center to refuse warranty repairs in the future possibly....
 
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I have a rom already built sitting on my computer ready to be flashed ...and have made a majority of the mods in my note pro stock rom...obviously won't be as fast as my actual rom but here's an average benchmark just to get an idea of the gains...if you are interested the rom is almost identical to my att note 3 firenote rom in the note 3 threads to get an idea of what my roms are like...just waiting for twrp or cwm and we're golden

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I have a rom already built sitting on my computer ready to be flashed ...and have made a majority of the mods in my note pro stock rom...obviously won't be as fast as my actual rom but here's an average benchmark just to get an idea of the gains...if you are interested the rom is almost identical to my att note 3 firenote rom in the note 3 threads to get an idea of what my roms are like...just waiting for twrp or cwm and we're golden

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Your V13 firenote note 3 ROM looks awesome and you have even embedded sound tweaks. I am using Bigbiff"s 2.7.0 TWRP version now with some working functions. Esgie has made some significant breakthroughs in the last few days getting a TWRP version to work. Do you think either of these recoveries are sufficient to flash your new ROM? I have the P905 note pro 12.2 version (the current ROM is TGY but works fine here in the US). My carrier is AT&T with both phone and data rights. Standing by to play when you think the time is right.

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