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12th November 2013, 08:00 AM   |  #41  
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Thats what I was going to suggest next trying different usb. Since the 1.1.2 upgrade it has been taking awhile. Did you click usb debugging? It probably did it to me about 5 times I just kept disconnecting and trying it finally worked. Sorry im not much help.

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It finally worked. Next Question. What is the custom lock icon that appears on the note 3 Splash screen at the start of Boot and how do you get rid of this.
12th November 2013, 08:12 AM   |  #42  
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You need to go to Playstore..install Wanum Xposed. Then grab the Xposed Installer apk from XDA load that. Just google Xposed Installer find it in XDA.

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12th November 2013, 08:23 AM   |  #44  
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This has been very helpful. One more question please. Since the bootloader is still locked, and we can not install a custom recovery, how do you make a nandroid backup.
12th November 2013, 06:05 PM   |  #47  
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You cant. With bootloader locked we are unable to install custome recovery. Best you can do is backup everything through Kies on your computer unless someone else has better info. If you can find a post that still has Root de la vega, you should grab the onclick (MI9) back to stock just in case you mess things up. You would have to boot into download mode to run de la vega.

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This has been very helpful. One more question please. Since the bootloader is still locked, and we can not install a custom recovery, how do you make a nandroid backup.

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You cant. With bootloader locked we are unable to install custome recovery. Best you can do is backup everything through Kies on your computer unless someone else has better info. If you can find a post that still has Root de la vega, you should grab the onclick (MI9) back to stock just in case you mess things up. You would have to boot into download mode to run de la vega.

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I am still trying to remove the custom lock icon from the splash screen. I have installed Wanam and xposed framework. Still not sure how to do this. Any help is appreciated.
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12th November 2013, 10:37 PM   |  #49  
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You have to open Xposed Installer. Open Framework...click install/update. Once you have done that reboot....open xposed again open Modules...you should see Wanum...make sure to check the box next to wanum...reboot...open Wanum go to Security hacks...you should see where it says Custom..check that box it will change to Official. Reboot until the custom lock is no longer on boot screen. You will have to reboot numerous nunerous times

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