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16th June 2014, 06:44 PM |#11  
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ok, so here is the update. since installing G900I firmware failed through odin due to bootloader incompatibility i managed to install it through mobile odin. worked like a charm and even had the telstra bootanimation lol. wifi, bluetooth and everything seemed to be working fine. however my gps is still not working and the G900I seems to have the same gps.conf file as the euro version. i definately believe my gps module is either faulty or not connected to the board properly. is there any app that can tell if the gps module is even there or turned on as no one else is having this problem.

I'm glad you could pull it off

I think you should send your phone to your carrier customer service, they will sort out your gps issue
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I'm glad you could pull it off

I think you should send your phone to your carrier customer service, they will sort out your gps issue

how? my knox counter is 0x1
i rang samsung service centre today and they said no because you have tripped knox. i even offered to pay for them to fix the gps module and they said no. i was like wtf?
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how? my knox counter is 0x1
i rang samsung service centre today and they said no because you have tripped knox. i even offered to pay for them to fix the gps module and they said no. i was like wtf?

Call them again, said you don't know anything but GPS is faulty

Try this link as well: http://cybersvc2.samsungcsportal.com...ocale_id=au_nz
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Call them again, said you don't know anything but GPS is faulty

Try this link as well: http://cybersvc2.samsungcsportal.com...ocale_id=au_nz

they said i couldnt anyway because i bought phone from kogan. they said i have to go through kogan.
i can't remember if gps was working before i rooted phone. couldn't have been because everyone else running alliance rom said they havent got problems with gps so it must be a fault unit. im going to take it to a phone repair shop and see if they can fix the gps module.
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