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[Firmware/Radio][android_4.4] [Kernel] [Sprint] [4-4-14]

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3rd April 2014, 10:20 PM   |  #1  
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Firmware with boot.img, kernel, and Radio

This is from the latest OTA for KitKat 4.4.2 SPRINT ONLY!! This is Sprint hboot 2.49.0000 & 3.02.651.5

Flash the firmware first and then the rom. If you are running a custom rom you will need to reflash the rom or flash the kernel for said rom after the firmware.

How to flash the Full Firmware w/radio

Download the firmware for your SPRINT One Max

*_ * Place the zip in your fastboot/adb directory on your computer.
*_* Put the device in fastboot mode
*_* (Volume down and power until menu appears, select fastboot using power button)
*_* Connect the device to the computer
*_* Enter the following commands from terminal/command prompt in the fastboot directory, one at a time:
*_* fastboot oem rebootRUU (this puts the device in RUU mode)
*_* fastboot flash zip "name of zip"
*_* It MAY say that the update did not finish, to flush again, so repeat the above step if it did not finish:
*_* fastboot flash zip "name of zip"
*_* fastboot reboot-bootloader (this reboots the device to bootloader)

OTA Version: 2.09.651.1 Baseband Version: 1.48.50.0109 DOWNLOAD 2.09.651.1_firmware.zip
2.09.651.1 Firmware NO Boot.img

OTA Version 3.02.651.5 3.02.651.5_Sprint_firmware_full.zip
If you want the firmware without flashing the kernel, use THIS zip file 3.02.651.5_No_Kernel This is for those running another modified kernel so you can get the latest formware without having to reflash your kernel.

Code:
The Stock recovery for those that may need it:
Extract this to the folder you will be running in.

fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
DOWNLOAD: Recovery_2.09.651.1
DOWNLOAD: Recovery_3.02.651.5
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RADIOS FLASHABLE WITHIN RECOVERY!!

Installation: Place the radio you wish to flash onto your sd card or somewhere on your phone. Boot your device into recovery and choose the radio you just added and install it. Reboot & profit!!

Here is the very first radio for Baseband 1.35.50.1106 DOWNLOAD
Here is the Baseband 1.48.50.0109 radio DOWNLOAD
Here is the latest radio from 1.48.50.0425 OTA DOWNLOAD



Many Thanks to mnsportsguy1978 for getting the older radio for me to test & upload for everyone!! Please go to one of his posts & click the thanks button?
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Anyone has stock recovery from 2.61.401.3?
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Is this available in a flashable zip via custom recovery?

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Is this available in a flashable zip via custom recovery?

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No this isn't, it must be done thru fastboot.
17th April 2014, 07:28 PM   |  #6  
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No this isn't, it must be done thru fastboot.

I've been trying to flash through fast boot by renaming file 0P3PIMG.img with no luck. It seems Verizon users are able to do so. What is with the RUU mode with the Sprint variant?
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Originally Posted by travlincablguy

I've been trying to flash through fast boot by renaming file 0P3PIMG.img with no luck. It seems Verizon users are able to do so. What is with the RUU mode with the Sprint variant?

It's a zip file, why rename it? Put it in your fastboot directory on your PC to flash it.
Just do as it says in the OP and you should not have any problems.
.img files are to be flashed from the sd card in fastboot(on devices which have an sd slot like this one), but this is a zip with a .img file inside, it's not a .img file.
Just do as it says in the OP and it should work fine.
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It's a zip file, why rename it? Put it in your fastboot directory on your PC to flash it.
Just do as it says in the OP and you should not have any problems.
.img files are to be flashed from the sd card in fastboot(on devices which have an sd slot like this one), but this is a zip with a .img file inside, it's not a .img file.
Just do as it says in the OP and it should work fine.

Yeah I'm having pc problems at the moment, my phone is my only computing device. That and my actual sd card crashed a while back, so I've been using the folder labeled sdcard. Might be that I need to put those files on an sdcard. Also I think I miss typed the file extension in my original post I tried the .zip not .img.
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Originally Posted by travlincablguy

Yeah I'm having pc problems at the moment, my phone is my only computing device. That and my actual sd card crashed a while back, so I've been using the folder labeled sdcard. Might be that I need to put those files on an sdcard. Also I think I miss typed the file extension in my original post I tried the .zip not .img.

You don't put anything here on your phone! Place this stuff on your computer and open a terminal/cmd prompt. Make sure the files are in the same folder where you open the cmd/terminal & copy/paste the name after your command so you can't misspell anything.
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Originally Posted by gimmeitorilltell

You don't put anything here on your phone! Place this stuff on your computer and open a terminal/cmd prompt. Make sure the files are in the same folder where you open the cmd/terminal & copy/paste the name after your command so you can't misspell anything.

Yep, pc is still ****ed. No access to adb... Thanks for reiterating though.

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