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[UX BETA3] System Dump and Stock Original rom ZPG5 {21 july 2016}

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By ksr007, Senior Member on 17th June 2016, 05:01 PM
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1st April 2017, 12:00 AM |#421  
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Issues and a question
Hey guys, I'm currently using the N9208 model Note 5. And when I checked About Device it says N920K (Korean version) and I also see an extra tab in settings called Service Provider.
Here's some issues I've seen:
  1. Calendar can't add an event, always crashes.
  2. Haven't seem to receive any local provider SMS (Telkomsel, Indonesia)
  3. USSD Codes do not work
  4. Had trouble connecting to Google
  5. Data Usage tab header is white
And a question for the developers or anyone experienced enough: If I flashed the Indonesian firmware into this Note 5, will the ROM remain or will it be gone? Cause I'd like to have an N9208 instead with this ROM installed.
Overall: Awesome, can do some improvements. But I can't thank you better!
 
 
13th December 2018, 06:50 PM |#422  
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Originally Posted by ksr007

Greeting to bring for all users of Note 5 the next Big Things from Samsung : TouchWiz UX beta (Project GRACE)
We have received OTA updates UX Beta from Samsung and successfully on ported apps from PF4 TW UX Beta to running on various devices .
But for Now is a full rom ported from Touchwiz UX beta for all to feeling what will have on next android N or Galaxy Note 7 !







I do not have time to continous developer and support for this rom, so only original stock rom for Devs base in this thread .
I will update thread if Samsung releas new OTA updates for my N5 . GB !

Credit : T[B]oanluu68 (my team mate)



It's still working ? I'm about to put it on a Galaxy Note 5 920G
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