[ROM] T705/T700 Marshmallow 6.0.1 port

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    This is a port of the stock Marshmallow T700 rom for the SM-T705.
    Will also work for the T700.

    NOTE: As this is ported from the T700 there will be no mobile data, wifi only.
    This ROM is just so T705 owners can try out MM until the official release. *

    Install with TWRP. Make sure you have the latest bootloader installed.*
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...aders-t3099362

    First boot takes at least 10 mins.*

    ROM:

    http://www.mediafire.com/?j8n3wbbmb1fn7yf

    TO ROOT:

    Install Supersu below with TWRP.

    http://download.chainfire.eu/999/SuperSU/BETA-SuperSU-v2.77-20160827190633.zip
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    I don't plan to do anything as there is not much point considering the official rom will be out soon.
    For what reason would you need a deodexed rom anyway?

    OK, I thought it was helpful for themers.

    I used this xposed. https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24591000424962808 Works great with FireFDS kit.

    Again thank you for sharing.
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    To T705M works fine

    Tks
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    Am I the only one who has the problem that he can't install apps unless he wipes the cache / Dalvik partition beforehand (multiple times already now) with Wanam Xposed? I remember this being a problem with back in the day with the first Xposed for Samsung L coming out.

    I am using the KOO ROM for the T700 flashed via Odin though.
    Try firefds kit and the wanam build i linked earlier in thread. no such issues for me.
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    Works well here!

    It didn't at first (stuck on bootloader), wiped again (seemed right this time as flashing actually took a few minutes). Rebooted fine.

    Thank you for this!

    I did install aosp MM and nougat... But cpu was always overheating with any of them! I wanted to go stock since mm was out but I don't have a pc, making flashing with Odin a little problematic!

    This stock is the only one running smoothly with no overheating on my sm-t700 (go figure why!).

    Again, thanks!