Originally Posted by Sin07
personally, I have never sent any of my phones in to be serviced and never broken one so I never had to worry about the warranty. plus, there is a $2000+ bounty in xda to be able to reset the knox counter, so I think it will be eventually done. I'd rather have a phone rooted than worry what might happen if I break it. so I said screw knox. well worth it.
I basically went through all of the different threads and noticed that a lot of phones seemed to be compatible as long as you flashed depending on your processor. so I tried a few kernels that were made for n900t since other users claimed it worked with other providers and countries/regions.
just follow the directions carefully in the op and you should be fine.
however, I actually did a lot more to try to keep the Korean modem by adding a few steps and a bit time consuming... I did a backup of stock using twrp (as it adds you to choose which parts to backup), wiped and flashed Jedi Rom. I created a new backup of Jedi, wiped and restored stock to get korean modem (though the tmobile worked fine). then I used twrp to restore Jedi Rom, but left out the modem so it should still be on stock modem.
Sent from my SM-N900S
Awesome, thanks man.
I don't know why, but I have flashed ROMs and kernels on my SG1, 2, 3 and my tab (all Korean), for some reason, this one makes me nervous. Maybe because it's new! hahahah
I think I will just root it, I am getting excellent battery already and use some of the Korean apps (SK apps), but would be nice to play around with it....
Thanks again for all the info!
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 LTE-A (SM-N900S)
[I]Stock Jelly Bean 3.4 (not rooted)
Samsung Galaxy S III LTE (SHV-E210S)
Stock Jelly Bean 3.4 (not rooted)
Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 (SHW-M380W - Transformed into GT-P7510)
Fourth Bar: Revolution with Yoda's Kernel v2.2
Samsung Galaxy S SHW-M110S - Retired