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Angry [Official] Latest STOCK ROMS for AT&T SGS3 (SGH-I747) - [07/19/2012 - I747UCALG1]

In here you will find all the latest stock ROMS for AT&T USA variant of Samsung Galaxy S III (SGH-I747) courtesy of SAMSUNG-UPDATES.COM

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Device: SGH-I747
Region: ATT (AT&T USA)
Version: I747UCALEM
OS: Android (4.0.4)
Release Date: 22.05.2012
Build Date: 21-05-2012
Changelist: 599060


Downloads:
Direct Download: HERE
Torrent Download: HERE
Kernel Download: HERE
Insecure (rooted adb) Kernel: HERE


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Questions and Answers:

Q: Does this ROM will TOP UP my custom binary counter?
A: No! Stock roms are from Samsung directly, they are ORIGINAL. They don't count as "custom" so the counter will NOT be rised.

Q: Does this ROM will reset my custom binary counter?
A: No, custom binary counter will NOT reset by flashing stock rom, to reset custom binary counter you will need to use patched bootloader.

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Will this reset the binary counter if I flash this for example for warranty exchange?
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No, you cant reset binary counter flashing stock rom.
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Thanks Adam, but would you mind including md5sum's (or sha256sums) for the zips?

(I know that the unzip'd tar has header checksums for each file, but it's just more convenient having the hashes upfront)

md5sum: 66c6dfae34fd06c098f07537d19943c2 Samsung-Updates.com-SGH-I747_ATT_1_20120522193451_vmn96j3fnu.zip
sha256sum: b4a2c2d3e915ff06809705434d01c74219d69340d4e33c7327 36eabec2d3f296 Samsung-Updates.com-SGH-I747_ATT_1_20120522193451_vmn96j3fnu.zip
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Thanks Adam, but would you mind including md5sum's (or sha256sums) for the zips?

(I know that the unzip'd tar has header checksums for each file, but it's just more convenient having the hashes upfront)

md5sum: 66c6dfae34fd06c098f07537d19943c2 Samsung-Updates.com-SGH-I747_ATT_1_20120522193451_vmn96j3fnu.zip
sha256sum: b4a2c2d3e915ff06809705434d01c74219d69340d4e33c7327 36eabec2d3f296 Samsung-Updates.com-SGH-I747_ATT_1_20120522193451_vmn96j3fnu.zip
If it means anything, I'm getting the same hash values (both MD5/SHA256) on the zip as you.

Phone: Nexus 5 (D820) on AT&T
ROM: Xposed Rooted KOT49H (KK 4.4.2)
Kernel: Zeta_Chromium-Kernel V2.7

Tablet: Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 (P3113)
ROM: AOKP KITKAT 2014-02-09 (4.4.2)
Kernel: AGNi pureCM v3.3

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Quick question i flashed something like this last night with the md5 at the end of the file name. Is this different? Since this has different link for kernel and modem?


Update: Okay I flashed the the stock rom, the kernel, and tried to flash the modem but the modem didnt work. But the rom and kernel went just fine.

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