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[LINK][ROM][ODIN][TAR]SPH-L900 MA7 (MA7 Modem/Kernel/ROM - Stock)

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17th February 2013, 05:12 PM   |  #1  
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Well, since we haven't seen a full restore available for MA7 I'm going to do what I did with MA5 and make one clicks for all but the modem.
If the situation changes I'll repost with new one clicks.

[ROM][ODIN][TAR]SPH-L900 MA7 (MA7 Modem/Kernel/ROM - Stock) - SXTP Developers

NOTE: THIS THREAD WILL NOT BE MAINTAINED ANY FURTHER BY OP AS IT HAS A MORE CURRENT VERSION AVAILABLE.
PLEASE CONTACT IF THERE ARE ANY ISSUES. THANK YOU.
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17th February 2013, 05:47 PM   |  #2  
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Re: [LINK][ROM][ODIN][TAR]SPH-L900 MA7 (MA7 Modem/Kernel/ROM - Stock)
Cool nice to see you on the job...

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Faaaaaannnn-tastic.
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Re: [LINK][ROM][ODIN][TAR]SPH-L900 MA7 (MA7 Modem/Kernel/ROM - Stock)
Awesome!

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17th February 2013, 06:01 PM   |  #5  
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Please mention this in your instructions, it's very, very important for Google Wallet users:

Before wiping your current ROM, you MUST reset your Google Wallet app by going into Settings --> Reset Google Wallet in the Wallet app, or you will permanently lock out your secure element and will never be able to use Google Wallet again - you will have to get a new phone!

This is because your Google Wallet app is married to the secure element with a unique crypto key when you first set up Google Wallet on your phone and if you wipe your phone without first resetting Google Wallet, that key will be lost forever, rendering the secure element useless.

Performing a Google Wallet reset will unmarry the app from the secure element and reset it to its original state so that it can accept a new Google Wallet installation when you wipe your phone and then restore it to stock.
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Please mention this in your instructions, it's very, very important for Google Wallet users:

Before wiping your current ROM, you MUST reset your Google Wallet app by going into Settings --> Reset Google Wallet in the Wallet app, or you will permanently lock out your secure element and will never be able to use Google Wallet again - you will have to get a new phone!

This is because your Google Wallet app is married to the secure element with a unique crypto key when you first set up Google Wallet on your phone and if you wipe your phone without first resetting Google Wallet, that key will be lost forever, rendering the secure element useless.

Performing a Google Wallet reset will unmarry the app from the secure element and reset it to its original state so that it can accept a new Google Wallet installation when you wipe your phone and then restore it to stock.

Added here. Thanks for the heads up.
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Added here. Thanks for the heads up.

No worries. I had to get another Note 2 when this happened to me... thankfully had phone insurance.
17th February 2013, 06:59 PM   |  #8  
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Re: [LINK][ROM][ODIN][TAR]SPH-L900 MA7 (MA7 Modem/Kernel/ROM - Stock)
That truly happens on the Note2? I remember others saying it happens on other phones but I could never brick my secure element as I tried about a hundred times it seemed. Chalked up as one of those rumors.

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That truly happens on the Note2? I remember others saying it happens on other phones but I could never brick my secure element as I tried about a hundred times it seemed. Chalked up as one of those rumors.

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It doesn't matter what phone you use, that's just how Google Wallet and the secure element work together. Google "Secure element has stopped responding" and you'll see how many people have bricked their secure element because they didn't know this.

This only happens in a very specific situation - when you go to a different ROM or do a factory reset without resetting Wallet first, in which case the secure element remains forever married to a Wallet installation that's lost.

If y
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Re: [LINK][ROM][ODIN][TAR]SPH-L900 MA7 (MA7 Modem/Kernel/ROM - Stock)
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Originally Posted by siraltus

It doesn't matter what phone you use, that's just how Google Wallet and the secure element work together. Google "Secure element has stopped responding" and you'll see how many people have bricked their secure element because they didn't know this.

I remember when google wallet 1st came out it store info to the secure element and MANY Evo LTE users bricked the element when the Evo 1st came out then google pulled the wallet apk for afew weeks and switched where the info is now stored to avoid this issue...ive flashed away plenty on my evo lte and this now without reseting wallet......its an urban myth now.

Edit: Heres thelink its stored on the cloud and not the secure element
http://googlecommerce.blogspot.com/2...card-with.html
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