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

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justforgot

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I got it to work on TMO but no data at the moment, will look into it when I have time...

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You should see if you can flash some of those data fixes that we had when we were porting roms from international to T-mobile variant but those were for 5.1.1 give it a shot tho.
Keep us all updates on what progress you make. Start a thread in T-mobile general discussion section. It will be appreciated.
Thank you.
 
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Thuqnificent

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So I flashed the Firmware and Baseband and then installed the rom with no problem and booted up in like 10 minutes. The second the phone started the initial setup, a "Network System Provider has stopped." Does anybody know what this is? I've never seen it before and there really isn't much on the web about it.
 

samep

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So I flashed the Firmware and Baseband and then installed the rom with no problem and booted up in like 10 minutes. The second the phone started the initial setup, a "Network System Provider has stopped." Does anybody know what this is? I've never seen it before and there really isn't much on the web about it.

The theory is below. Take a look at post #112 and see if you can glean anything from remnants of ItsOn left behind or try the the tar.

Could have been my tinkering with removing knox/itson from the system/build.prop that caused problems o_o

But if you're not on Sprint; you don't need anything ItsOn anywhere the resource zip leads you to anyway; but I don't know if the ROM flash zip includes the resource zip at location in post 112. But the network error made it too difficult to do much modifying when I tried blindly. The theory may help to solve the issue with the ROM flash. But tar posted in the OP and official PC1 stock tar would be more functional out of the box but you would have to manually remove Knox and ItsOn.

Personally, the tar was enough for me to get the idea of the shortcomings of TW MM until we get the tools in place to modify MM for custom ROMs.

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First, im not responsible in any case of brick or other problems.
Flash the rom at your own risk

For those who want to taste MarshMallow on N910F variants :
- You need to download this rom from this link here Thanks to @freeza
- Download this kernel from Emotroid Team (Special Thanks to @Pafcholini)
- Download this zip file wich contain modified things to get the rom booting. Thanks to @wcoast

How to flash :
Wipe cache/dalvik cache/data and system partitions
Flash the rom
Flash the MM_Stuff.zip
Flash the Emotroid Kernel
Reboot
First boot will take around 30 min

Bugs :
- All reported bugs
- No Signal and WiFi (Need an updated bootloader to fix those things)
 
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mustasusi

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yes, the ALT version, but the leak build is useless to regular users now though. it's heavily burdened by debugging software and has some other annoyances

So far, games run the smoothest of all the ROMs I tried with or without Beastmode kernel (the beastmode slightly adds more battery life thanks to @freeza 's ZL fix) and this ROM also picks over 80k off of Antutu where others get 73-75k. The menus and screen effects may look a bit sluggish but still, I get the best performance out of MKX here where others show similarity thanks to Game tuner app - here I didn't even install Game tuner. Can you link me to a working ALT version?
(tried this one but it drove me into a boot loop)
 

samep

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So far, games run the smoothest of all the ROMs I tried with or without Beastmode kernel (the beastmode slightly adds more battery life thanks to @freeza 's ZL fix) and this ROM also picks over 80k off of Antutu where others get 73-75k. The menus and screen effects may look a bit sluggish but still, I get the best performance out of MKX here where others show similarity thanks to Game tuner app - here I didn't even install Game tuner. Can you link me to a working ALT version?
(tried this one but it drove me into a boot loop)

Good question. The link you provided didn't lead directly to this one but indirectly.
https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24572330218881467

I would think that would be the one; however, I don't think a working Wanam alt unofficial Xposed framework was working (hadn't released yet, IIRC) on Sprint Note 4 when I was using this tar so I dunno if it works for sure. I tested alt versions on later stock tars and custom ROMs but not this one.

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mustasusi

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Good question. The link you provided didn't lead directly to this one but indirectly.
https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24572330218881467

I would think that would be the one; however, I don't think a working Wanam alt unofficial Xposed framework was working (hadn't released yet, IIRC) on Sprint Note 4 when I was using this tar so I dunno if it works for sure. I tested alt versions on later stock tars and custom ROMs but not this one.

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Thanks, I'll try this one, is going to be interesting....
And what Xposed installer should I use? Alpha4 or older?
 

mustasusi

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I'm using 3.0 alpha 4 Xposed Installer.

Running freeza's Note 4our beta 3 ROM

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Success! Only disappointment is Gravity box has some settings not working or not affecting this ROM e.g. brightness slide control, d2ts, status bar icons, traffic monitor and some others. Still can't have callrec either. I guess I should be off to Note 4our ROM after all...
 

samep

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Success! Only disappointment is Gravity box has some settings not working or not affecting this ROM e.g. brightness slide control, d2ts, status bar icons, traffic monitor and some others. Still can't have callrec either. I guess I should be off to Note 4our ROM after all...
Not sure about gravity box but I'm using these modules without issue but I use few mods in Firefds.

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Have to delete /system/csc/features.xml every time Firefds Kit is opened though. It's not supposed to be a MM file to use any longer; not deleting breaks hotspot mod and possibly Sprint Wi-Fi Calling, IIRC.

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mustasusi

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Not sure about gravity box but I'm using these modules without issue but I use few mods in Firefds.

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Have to delete /system/csc/features.xml every time Firefds Kit is opened though. It's not supposed to be a MM file to use any longer; not deleting breaks hotspot mod and possibly Sprint Wi-Fi Calling, IIRC.

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Isn't it a newer version for Wanam's module (the one with a green wave icon)?
Works well AFAICT, finally got what I desire the most since owning a Note4 - mass multi\floating window app support!
Still missing brightness slide control though. Some features of gravity box work and some don't, including brightness. May try it on Not4 our ROM too. I wish there was AIO application to offer everything I wanted, rather than installing many...
What is the hotspot mod for?
 

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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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    Sweet! That's awesome. Can't wait to see what you amazing DEVS do for our devices with mm.

    Sent from my SM-N920P using Tapatalk
    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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    I'll upload the full tar tomorrow :)
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    Added original Odin TAR to the OP. WARNING: it will wipe your internal storage.
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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!