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HELP to recover my sensors

14th June 2014, 08:55 PM   |  #1  
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after i updated to kitkat, nb4 and ne6 same results

i lost gyroscope, air motion and proximity sensors, how can i do a unbrick procedure or fix this issue, i really need your help. thank you
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I odin to stock a bunch of times also
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Bump please, any devs around
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Bump please, any devs around

You wipe and then flash? And you using odin on the pc and not the mobile one right?
1st July 2014, 07:15 PM   |  #5  
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You wipe and then flash? And you using odin on the pc and not the mobile one right?

Yes I use odin 3.09 on pc, instead of wipe I use Format on twpr2 for n900t, then installed stock rom, then back into stock recovery and wiped and nothing, no sensors works ever since kitkat was first installed on this device. . [emoji20]
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Yes I use odin 3.09 on pc, instead of wipe I use Format on twpr2 for n900t, then installed stock rom, then back into stock recovery and wiped and nothing, no sensors works ever since kitkat was first installed on this device. . [emoji20]

I'm to to sure on the format option. I know on another phone it screws things up badly.

The best I can say is use odin 3.07 and flash the tar update. .
It will remove root but your be able to use the app to get it back.
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Ill try that, thanks
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I'm to to sure on the format option. I know on another phone it screws things up badly.

The best I can say is use odin 3.07 and flash the tar update. .
It will remove root but your be able to use the app to get it back.

No good, same thing
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I think i deleted some internal files, can anyone please share internal files that involve the sensors for Tmobile Note 3 N900T
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Your file system may have gotten corrupted. I had a weird situation once that I just couldn't resolve, no matter how many times I ODIN'd stock ROM/firmware. The answer for me was to rebuild the EFS file system, as outlined in this thread, the second half of the OP.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2471421

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