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[Q] HOw to revert back from MK2 (ATT SGS4 i337) to MDB or MDL

12th March 2014, 07:19 PM |#31  
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No, my original statement was in regard to the OP question about how to revert back to MDB or MDL. It is not possible.
Safestrap + "ROMz" + whatever is fine, but that does not answer the question.
Even a tiny amount of research and you will find you cannot revert back. And most likely you will never be able to revert back. End of story.

That is fine.... but you said el o el, so that was a sarcastic laugh, kinda making fun of somebody who just got screwed on a deal...
You atalk about your original statement...well, that was a LOL. I didnt find that funny, just cold blooded ..EIther way, you could of just say so: There's no going back buddy, sorry. ENd of story. ...
But no worries, I did my research, and thx for a bunch of helpful ppl, I got my answers.
Thx for ur input though....
Peace
 
 
14th June 2014, 12:48 PM |#32  
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