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[FIRMWARE][SM-T700] Galaxy Tab 8.4 (Wifi) T700XXU1ANF7 No-Wipe Factory Image

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This is the latest firmware (T700XXU1ANF7) as of June 29, 2014 for the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 (Wifi) model (SM-T700).

"No-Wipe" means your app data and storage will all stay 100% in tact. Only system mods, custom kernels, and root will be removed as you are flashing stock firmware.

Please feel free to use as you see fit.

Download: http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23501681358556680
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29th June 2014, 11:28 AM |#2  
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This is the latest firmware (T700XXU1ANF7) as of June 29, 2014 for the Galaxy Tab S 8.4 (Wifi) model.

"No-Wipe" means your app data and storage will all stay 100% in tact. Only system mods, custom kernels, and root will be removed as you are flashing stock firmware.

Please feel free to use as you see fit.

Download: http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=23501681358554636

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No 10.5 love?

+1, can't forget us 10.5 owners
29th June 2014, 02:08 PM |#4  
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Stock Firmware SM-T800 (Wi-FI)
Stock Firmware SM-T805 (LTE)
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29th June 2014, 03:17 PM |#5  
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Now all I need is a rom to screw my rig up with so I'll need this
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Is there any tool to extract system.img?

UPDATE:

I found a way how to do it.
I used sgs4ext4fs by Chainfire to modify system.img and after that Ext2explore to extract files from modified system.img .

Also if anyone is interested how to extract hidden.img, first you need to modify it with sgs4ext4fs and after that use sgs2toext4. Then you can open modified hidden.img with ext4_unpacker and extract files from it.
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Is there any tool to extract system.img?

UPDATE:

I found a way how to do it.
I used sgs4ext4fs by Chainfire to modify system.img and after that Ext2explore to extract files from modified system.img .

Also if anyone is interested how to extract hidden.img, first you need to modify it with sgs4ext4fs and after that use sgs2toext4. Then you can open modified hidden.img with ext4_unpacker and extract files from it.


u did it on Windows or Linux? cause I want the system file extracted. can u send it to me please?
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Is there any tool to extract system.img?

UPDATE:

I found a way how to do it.
I used sgs4ext4fs by Chainfire to modify system.img and after that Ext2explore to extract files from modified system.img .

Also if anyone is interested how to extract hidden.img, first you need to modify it with sgs4ext4fs and after that use sgs2toext4. Then you can open modified hidden.img with ext4_unpacker and extract files from it.

Maybe you could repack it with root files to get root. There is a how to video on you tube. I would do it, but my linux machine is down.
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Maybe you could repack it with root files to get root. There is a how to video on you tube. I would do it, but my linux machine is down.

Please don't coming from the one that said root is okay from the note 10.1 2014 edition. Root and profit. Sound familiar. You mean root and brick.
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+1, can't forget us 10.5 owners

Apologies for the delay folks. It's now uploaded.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2800372
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Is there any tool to extract system.img?

UPDATE:

I found a way how to do it.
I used sgs4ext4fs by Chainfire to modify system.img and after that Ext2explore to extract files from modified system.img .

Also if anyone is interested how to extract hidden.img, first you need to modify it with sgs4ext4fs and after that use sgs2toext4. Then you can open modified hidden.img with ext4_unpacker and extract files from it.

well, we need some step by step instruction here
anyone able to extract system files??

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