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[FIRMWARE] Flash KitKat the EASY Way!!!! or Go back to JellyBean

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25th October 2014, 07:46 PM   |  #231  
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AutoRec will only works on Kitkat , I tried it on Jelly bean but it didn't work..

Ah, thank you for that info. I can't try it myself, so good to know for others.
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Is there a way to use 4G on 1800MHZ on AT&T phone ??
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Is there a way to use 4G on 1800MHZ on AT&T phone ??

According to GSM Arena, the specs for 4g are as follows: LTE 700 / 850 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100 - for the D800. That means that even if you use the right APN Settings, you don't actually have the hardware to use it.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong on this, but that's what I'm getting from it...
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According to GSM Arena, the specs for 4g are as follows: LTE 700 / 850 / 1700 / 1900 / 2100 - for the D800. That means that even if you use the right APN Settings, you don't actually have the hardware to use it.
Someone correct me if I'm wrong on this, but that's what I'm getting from it...

I did know that , I was asking if anything is possible to run 4G on that or not as all operator (ZONG) here and (Warid) are running 4GLTE on 1800MHZ
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Worked like a charm once again. Can't thank you enough for this tool!
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Why i am asking you to re-rom file that is not exe file tot? How to file transfer on through flash flash tool tot.
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Why i am asking you to re-rom file that is not exe file tot? How to file transfer on through flash flash tool tot.
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Here is the D80020c TOT file by itself. I extracted it from my installer (Caution, OVER 3 GB): Download
I also did a ZIP version of the file (This is only about 2 GB). Zipped Version: Download
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If I'm returning the phone for repairs, does it matter if I return it with the jelly bean version of 4.4.2? Does anyone know if they will check to make sure I have the stock version number that the phone shipped with?
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If I'm returning the phone for repairs, does it matter if I return it with the jelly bean version of 4.4.2? Does anyone know if they will check to make sure I have the stock version number that the phone shipped with?

Sorry if I'm too late on this. I've been away for a few days.

It will not matter which version you return it with, as long as it's Stock Firmware. They have no idea if you updated it or not, nor will they care.

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