T-Mobile stock firmware!

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rotohammer

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Adapt0r

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Congatulations!
A lot of people will appreciate your work, good job!
Thank you
 

earth86

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thanksss : )
i ll keep it as backup plan.
i am using german T mobile firmware now ( it allows phone calls : ) )
 

phonetec

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Yes, just for you!

After 2 weeks of work, I have recreated an Odin package of the stock T-Mobile firmware.

Flash it in Odin from the PDA button, no .pit file, nothing else.

It contains no bootloader because I don't want anyone to brick their device with a bad flashing.

I would like to thank everyone who has helped me, but especially jtc442 and Deodexed.

http://files.deodexed.com/ModADroid-Galaxy-Tablet/T-Mobile/T-Mobile_Stock.zip
think you could do this for Sprint firmware?
 

T33H00

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Can you please tell me what this firmware can do that the stock firmware does not?
 

rotohammer

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If you can explain how to do the 'dumps' for our Sprint SGT and send them to you please explain so I can help. When doing this is any of my information transfered to you?

Its best to do this after a factory reset from recovery (Up & power on), so theres no personal info in any of the dumps. the efs.rfs file contains you imei info, you want to keep that to yourself.

Dumping all your firmware:
cd android-sdk/tools (use your location)
adb shell
su
dd if=/dev/block/bml1 of=/sdcard/boot.bin bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/bml2 of=/sdcard/pit.pit bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/stl3 of=/sdcard/efs.rfs bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/bml4 of=/sdcard/Sbl.bin bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/stl6 of=/sdcard/param.lfs bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/bml7 of=/sdcard/zImage bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/stl9 of=/sdcard/factoryfs.rfs bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/stl10 of=/sdcard/dbdata.rfs bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/stl11 of=/sdcard/cache.rfs bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/bml12 of=/sdcard/modem.bin bs=4096
exit
exit

adb pull /sdcard/param.lfs .
adb pull /sdcard/zImage .
adb pull /sdcard/factoryfs.rfs .
adb pull /sdcard/dbdata.rfs .
adb pull /sdcard/cache.rfs .
adb pull /sdcard/modem.bin .
adb pull /sdcard/efs.rfs .
adb pull /sdcard/boot.bin .
adb pull /sdcard/Sbl.bin .
adb pull /sdcard/pit.pit .

At this point you computer will have all the files.
 

mv3900

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Its best to do this after a factory reset from recovery (Up & power on), so theres no personal info in any of the dumps. the efs.rfs file contains you imei info, you want to keep that to yourself.

Dumping all your firmware:
cd android-sdk/tools (use your location)
adb shell
su
dd if=/dev/block/bml1 of=/sdcard/boot.bin bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/bml2 of=/sdcard/pit.pit bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/stl3 of=/sdcard/efs.rfs bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/bml4 of=/sdcard/Sbl.bin bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/stl6 of=/sdcard/param.lfs bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/bml7 of=/sdcard/zImage bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/stl9 of=/sdcard/factoryfs.rfs bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/stl10 of=/sdcard/dbdata.rfs bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/stl11 of=/sdcard/cache.rfs bs=4096
dd if=/dev/block/bml12 of=/sdcard/modem.bin bs=4096
exit
exit

adb pull /sdcard/param.lfs .
adb pull /sdcard/zImage .
adb pull /sdcard/factoryfs.rfs .
adb pull /sdcard/dbdata.rfs .
adb pull /sdcard/cache.rfs .
adb pull /sdcard/modem.bin .
adb pull /sdcard/efs.rfs .
adb pull /sdcard/boot.bin .
adb pull /sdcard/Sbl.bin .
adb pull /sdcard/pit.pit .

At this point you computer will have all the files.


Hi Rotohammer:

Congratulations on creating the stock rom for T-mobile.

If I pull the files from a Tab for Bell (provider in Canada), would you please be able to create a stock ROM for this?

Thanks.
 

martin0641

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Does this mean it's now possible to extract the radio firmware for those of us who used the Russian/European method to get to JK5? I'm not using mine for calls at the moment, it would be nice to have both radio files on hand to flash when needed until we get a 3G+Phone type driver.
 

rotohammer

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Does this mean it's now possible to extract the radio firmware for those of us who used the Russian/European method to get to JK5? I'm not using mine for calls at the moment, it would be nice to have both radio files on hand to flash when needed until we get a 3G+Phone type driver.

Nope, you could always do that. Just flash back the stock modem.bin (I'm assuming you're on T-Mobile). Modem (radio) files were the one thing that was easy to swap around.
 

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