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Hey all found this link http://mirrorfy.com/group/iphone-sam...tock-firmware#
which lists all the stock firmwares for note 3s. I'm just confused on which one would I would download for my model. I'm with Telus up here in Canada, so I know it is a SM-N900W8, but they have so many listed with abbreviations for different regions. Just wondering which one I should be grabbing.

Also does firmware mean stock kernel. So I can flash this firmware on top of a ROM and get stock kernel back? Is that correct?
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Hey all found this link http://mirrorfy.com/group/iphone-sam...tock-firmware#
which lists all the stock firmwares for note 3s. I'm just confused on which one would I would download for my model. I'm with Telus up here in Canada, so I know it is a SM-N900W8, but they have so many listed with abbreviations for different regions. Just wondering which one I should be grabbing.

Also does firmware mean stock kernel. So I can flash this firmware on top of a ROM and get stock kernel back? Is that correct?
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Have you flashed any custom roms? If not, you have stock kernel...
Stock rom - Original/samsung provided rom
Custom rom - anything that has been modified...

You need to do some SERIOUS reading BEFORE you decide to start flashing or you are going to end up with a very expensive paperweight...
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Have you flashed any custom roms? If not, you have stock kernel...
Stock rom - Original/samsung provided rom
Custom rom - anything that has been modified...

You need to do some SERIOUS reading BEFORE you decide to start flashing or you are going to end up with a very expensive paperweight...
Thanks for replying ultramag

Sorry should have been more clear, yes I have flashed a custom - I'm just getting the SE Android Enforcing message on boot up and read that I can get rid of it if I flash a stock kernel.

Although I can't find any information that says if that message is ok to live with?
 
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Thanks for replying ultramag

Sorry should have been more clear, yes I have flashed a custom - I'm just getting the SE Android Enforcing message on boot up and read that I can get rid of it if I flash a stock kernel.

Although I can't find any information that says if that message is ok to live with?
What was your original firmware, original region?
 
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That message is perfectly fine on custom kernels. It's just because it's not signed by Samsung is all.

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