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Exclamation [Firmwares] Stock ND9 & NE2 firmwares for T230NU



Stock .tar firmwares for Galaxy Tab 4 7" T230NU Tablet

Latest Firmware Version Download

NE2 Click Here



Older Firmware Version Downloads

ND9 Click Here



Odin Downloads

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Installation Instructions

1. Download firmware
2. Download Odin (3.07 or 3.09 doesn't matter)
3. Put tablet into download mode by:
Turning tablet off.
Hold home button and volume down
Press and hold power button til Download mode warning
Release keys
Press volume up
4. Run Odin
5. Load firmware tar into PDA
6. Connect Tablet to pc via usb
7. Click Start




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Default Knox Bootloader?

Do these include knox? My tablet does not have it. I am on nd5
 
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Do these include knox? My tablet does not have it. I am on nd5
Didnt know there was an ND5. There wasnt even an ND5 when I downloaded the kernel source code from samsung. And nope, There like 2 knox files in the entire firmwares which is just left behind crap I believe. Absolutely does not give you a knox bootloader and crap tho. Do make sure your tablet is a T230NU model and not just a T230 model.
 
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Thanks a lot for this. So if I'm rooted and want to install system updates I would first backup data to sd card via titanium ,(or to pc?) , then factory restore via settings, Odin with this firmware, install updates, then vroot + terminal supersu, then restore backups.... correct? I'm still trying to figure out what bloatware is safe to remove...a guide on how to clean a out of the box tab 4 7.0 would be greatly appricated....
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