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Old June 4th, 2012, 05:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry Galaxy Note GT-N7000B

I am new to the forums and to android.Last week i acquired a Samsung Galxy Note N7000B from Vodafone Australia.It was locked to Vodafone and i didnt want it that way so I sought to unlock it and I used forums for that.First mistake I did was to root it without having backed up the custom rom that came with the phone.I did this and managed to unlock it using an App on Google Play Samsung _S_Unlock I am sure.It bothered me as everytime i will start my phone it had a yellow triangle and when I heard about ICS i went on to update to ICS and below are some of the photos that show which stock rom I am currently on.
Now the problem I am having is that I cannot use the Software Update on the phone as it is failing to register my device.

Here is the screenshot for my stock ROM


As can be seen above my phone is actually a N7000B but after the ICS stock ROM its now showing as N7000,could this be whats causing me not to be able to do a software update?If I connect with Kies it tells me I have the current firmware but why then OTA cant it register and tell me i have the current firmware.

Would you know where I can get the Vodafone Australia Gingerbread 2.3.6 Stock ROM for Galaxy Note N7000B?

Thanks for your help.

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