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Help i have a Australian SM-N9005 and i rooted fine and flashed the Omega rom which worked perfectly. I decided to some of the other roms out there and after flashing ROM][XXBUMI7][V1.1][8/10][N9005] K.I.D.1412| Fast|Clean|Stable|battery life| now my phone just boot loops after intial Samsung Note 3 logo. I can get into CWM still and Odin Mode and have tried flashing Kernel, Recovery etc etc and also a few other roms with the same boot loop. Anyone know what would be going on?
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If that was happening to me. I would take out my Sd card and go into cwm wipe all! Then flash over stock with Odin

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I ended up getting a swap over as the Aussie XSA Firmware not out yet. I'm not rooting mine again until more roms released and Aussies be careful flashing the roms already released
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I recently upgraded my Optus contract and picked up the note 3. It has Optus branding. Once the Australian XSA firmware is released am I able to flash over the Optus firmware via odin like we used to do with previous Samsung devices or am I going to trigger knox? I'm not fussed about root for now, I just don't want the Optus crap.
 
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Any updates on if we can flash the sea firmware over the top via Odin?

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I recently upgraded my Optus contract and picked up the note 3. It has Optus branding. Once the Australian XSA firmware is released am I able to flash over the Optus firmware via odin like we used to do with previous Samsung devices or am I going to trigger knox? I'm not fussed about root for now, I just don't want the Optus crap.
There is one called SM-N9005 Australia 2013 October 4.3 N9005XXUBMI7 N9005XSABMI1
from sammobile.com

does it work?
I dont dare to flash yet... cos I dont want to lose my 2+1 years warranty.
 
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Knox and Region Lock better play safe, who knows after flash firmware from different region Our phone will become one of region locked phone.
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There is one called SM-N9005 Australia 2013 October 4.3 N9005XXUBMI7 N9005XSABMI1
from sammobile.com

does it work?
I dont dare to flash yet... cos I dont want to lose my 2+1 years warranty.
I tried to flash this on my n9005 from Kogan (Phone come from Hong Kong) & it kept failing in odin right at the end.
I eventually had to do a firmware recovery with Kies to get it working again
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There is one called SM-N9005 Australia 2013 October 4.3 N9005XXUBMI7 N9005XSABMI1
from sammobile.com

does it work?
I dont dare to flash yet... cos I dont want to lose my 2+1 years warranty.
I downloaded that from sammobile.com last night, I don't want to flash until I know it wont trigger knox. I've got 2 more years on this contract so warranty is important right now lol.

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I tried to flash this on my n9005 from Kogan (Phone come from Hong Kong) & it kept failing in odin right at the end.
I eventually had to do a firmware recovery with Kies to get it working again
Not sure but could be that your phone is region locked to Hong Kong and you're flashing firmware from another region? But then again I remember reading someone downloaded Unknown - XSI from sammobile and flashed it without having problems and it supposedly didn't trigger knox not sure what firmware he was on though.
 
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If it's region locked it says so on the box


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