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Default Stock Rooted 4.1.2 JB ROM for Sasktel i747m??

Hey guys, I've been searching for a couple hours now and have came up empty handed.

I'm trying to find a stock rooted ROM for my Sasktel i747m (baseband/bootloader= MF1] . I already have the Odin-able version but i don't have access to a computer for a few days so i am looking for a flashable zip that i can flash in cwm recovery? I know these type of zips exist for the us carriers....but has anyone made one for the Canadian versions???

any help or links would be great..

AGAIN, I'M LOOKING FOR A FLASHABLE STOCK ROOTED ZIP FOR sasktel I747M (BASEBAND MF1) THAT I CAN FLASH IN CWM 6.0.4.7 RECOVERY...NOT ODIN.

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Not sure if mobile Odin will help: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1347899

Pre-rooted ROMs: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1739426
 
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did you ever solve this issue? I was wondering the same thing, wanting to flash back to rogers 4.1.1/2 and them back to Quantum to fix the minor LTE issue. I was considering mobile ODIN.
 
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did you ever solve this issue? I was wondering the same thing, wanting to flash back to rogers 4.1.1/2 and them back to Quantum to fix the minor LTE issue. I was considering mobile ODIN.
Do you have the i747m? If you do, you can try flashing a stock ROM from sammobile. Not sure if you can use Odin with a 4.3 bootloader.
 
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Do you have the i747m? If you do, you can try flashing a stock ROM from sammobile. Not sure if you can use Odin with a 4.3 bootloader.
yep, i'm on the i747m with the LK4 bootloader, so I think that's 4.1.1? Ideally, I was hoping to just use CWM to flash everything - stock rom, then back to quantum, but I hadn't found a flashable version of stock rom for CWM yet. I will check out sammobile, though, thanks.
 
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I never did find a zip...I ended up odining back and then making sure i made a stock rooted nandroid before going back to aosp...
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