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[ROM|LEAK|MM] SM-N910P TouchWiz Marshmallow 6.0.1 N910PVPE4DPB5 *Eng Bootloader*

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Super Anti-plumber Bros 2. presents: Marshmallow 6.0.1 leak with engineering bootloader for the SM-N910P.

Check out the screenshots below.

Here's what you need to know before installing:
-You will need to flash the updated bootloader (engineering) AND baseband. You can go back to lollipop, but will need to downgrade your bootloader back (I will link it) or your wifi will not turn on and your camera will be blurry and not focus. You may keep the baseband no matter what version you are on.
-This is an engineering build, so there are debugging apps and features turned on. While this has a very minor effect on performance, it has one nonetheless.
-This ROM takes a VERY VERY LONG TIME to boot. It took me almost 30 minutes and I almost gave up and thought I did something wrong. But, it is deodexed by default since it isn't production software.
-This ROM can be flashed with TWRP and does not replace your recovery.
-This ROM comes with a su binary, not SuperSU, but SuperSU 2.68 beta can be flashed to enable root (will link below).
--What does that mean? the ROM is partially rooted and adb shell will throw you into a root shell by default. Apps won't say you're rooted, but once you flash SuperSU 2.68 beta, it will work as normal.

Anyway, enough with all that crap. Here's what everyone really wants: Bootloaders and basebands are ODIN flashable TAR images. The ROM is flashable with TWRP.
Pre-flash:
Engineering bootloader: Download PB5 engineering bootloader
PB5 Baseband: Download PB5 baseband
ROM:
SM-N910P-PB5-ENG-Leak ROM: Download SM-N910P-PB5-ENG-Leak ROM

Post-flash: Want root?
SuperSU 2.68 BETA: Link to SuperSU 2.68 BETA thread

Looking for the original Odin TAR? WARNING: THIS WILL ERASE YOUR INTERNAL STORAGE
Download PB5 Odin TAR

Wanna downgrade? No problem:
OK1 bootloader: Download OK1 bootloader
OK1 baseband (OPTIONAL): Download OK1 baseband
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2nd March 2016, 06:03 PM |#2  
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Sweet! That's awesome. Can't wait to see what you amazing DEVS do for our devices with mm.

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2nd March 2016, 06:08 PM |#3  
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Awesomeness!!!!!
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Awesomesauce!! Can wait to take her for a run 😊
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2nd March 2016, 06:34 PM |#5  
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Sweet! That's awesome. Can't wait to see what you amazing DEVS do for our devices with mm.

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Well, until apktool gets updated to support Marshmallow we won't be able to properly decompile and build apk's & jars. So no custom mods or anything until apktool is updated. Its still cool to see what we can expect with the official M ota.
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2nd March 2016, 06:38 PM |#6  
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Is this a leaked build for the N910P or the N920P that has been ported? Just curious as in the OP it says 920 but the screenshots show 910.
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2nd March 2016, 06:40 PM |#7  
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Excellent work @freeza! Great having a path to return.

How's battery so far?

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2nd March 2016, 06:47 PM |#8  
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Is this a leaked build for the N910P or the N920P that has been ported? Just curious as in the OP it says 920 but the screenshots show 910.

Woops, typo. It is definitely for the N910P. Thanks for pointing that out!
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You are the man bro. Thanks for all you do Freebroe.
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Tried this ROM and the damn WiFi doesn't connect whatsoever
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