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[SUPPORT THREAD] Canadian N900W8 KNOX 0x0 Status {Updated April 5th 2015}

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20th November 2014, 12:07 AM |#181  
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Just wondering how can I just flash the modem firmware ? Thx

Put your phone in Download mode, put the modem file into CP. Then click start. If you have any issues, there's a "fix" which guides you into a different way of flashing, at the top of the first page.
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27th November 2014, 08:35 PM |#182  
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Updated thread to be a supporter thread. Use this thread for help and support for your phone!
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28th November 2014, 01:45 AM |#183  
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Compatibility list?
Is there a list of compatible roms for the sm-n900w8? all the rom posts usually mention other model numbers.
28th November 2014, 04:02 AM |#184  
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Is there a list of compatible roms for the sm-n900w8? all the rom posts usually mention other model numbers.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2471544

Check this out ^
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8th December 2014, 12:12 AM |#185  
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Great Guide Thanks
13th December 2014, 09:38 PM |#186  
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I followed the steps in the guide to try and install the n9005 MIUI v5 rom with N900T Compulsion v16 kernel and I'm stuck at Samsung logo / bootloop.

I'm on NB7 BL. I did the CF-auto root and installed TWRP.

I did a system wipe, then data wipe, then cache wipe, then dalvik cache wipe

Then i installed rom > kernel > fix

Then i reboot and get stuck here.

After taking battery out, i can get back into TWRP no problem.

I tried again, this time performing a cache/dalvik cache wipe after installing rom/kernel/fix. still no go.

Am i doing something wrong?
13th December 2014, 09:55 PM |#187  
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I followed the steps in the guide to try and install the n9005 MIUI v5 rom with N900T Compulsion v16 kernel and I'm stuck at Samsung logo / bootloop.

I'm on NB7 BL. I did the CF-auto root and installed TWRP.

I did a system wipe, then data wipe, then cache wipe, then dalvik cache wipe

Then i installed rom > kernel > fix

Then i reboot and get stuck here.

After taking battery out, i can get back into TWRP no problem.

I tried again, this time performing a cache/dalvik cache wipe after installing rom/kernel/fix. still no go.

Am i doing something wrong?

The problem lies within the fix. MIUI was made through AOSP, hence, flashing the fix would kill it.

Try just flashing the ROM and nothing else, as AOSP kernels can be used inter-modelled.
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13th December 2014, 10:08 PM |#188  
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The problem lies within the fix. MIUI was made through AOSP, hence, flashing the fix would kill it.

Try just flashing the ROM and nothing else, as AOSP kernels can be used inter-modelled.

Thanks, I'll try it out. Thought it was based on TW since it has a lot of the Samsung functionality and on the ROM page, it mentioned it's based on Samsung Official NF1 Firmware (Android Kit Kat 4.4.2).
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Thanks, I'll try it out. Thought it was based on TW since it has a lot of the Samsung functionality and on the ROM page, it mentioned it's based on Samsung Official NF1 Firmware (Android Kit Kat 4.4.2).

Can you link me to the one you used?

I thought this one: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...ote-3-t2816410

EDIT: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...-7-20-t2824436 I'll assume you installed this one?

Try just using it without flashing fix. But keep N900T kernel. Not all ROMs that are based on TW work with the fix.
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Can you link me to the one you used?

I thought this one: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...ote-3-t2816410

EDIT: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...-7-20-t2824436 I'll assume you installed this one?

Try just using it without flashing fix. But keep N900T kernel. Not all ROMs that are based on TW work with the fix.

I just saw there were multiple MIUI versions. I was actually using the Wonitor one.

I'll try with ROM/Kernel only. If the fix doesn't work, would it cause me to lose NFC/WIFI/BT?
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I just saw there were multiple MIUI versions. I was actually using the Wonitor one.

I'll try with ROM/Kernel only. If the fix doesn't work, would it cause me to lose NFC/WIFI/BT?

Yesh, it might. That's why not all roms are compatible. Unless you ask the dev.
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