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Old December 20th, 2013, 09:45 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Looks like we have a method for flashing custom ROMs on the AT&T N3 (SM-N900A). Thanks to drakeymcmb for this thread:

[12-10-13]-Much Simpler-Flash Roms Without Recovery - xda-developers

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Old December 20th, 2013, 12:56 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Now if we could only flash a real recovery and get rid of Knox entirely.

But at least we can fix a soft-brick, SD card boot to fix a hard brick, root and flash a custom ROM, all thanks to these guys. And remember to do a full file backup and save it somewhere (that's another trick one of the guys used to fix a brick), but you'll need a large enough SD card to do it. My 16GB ran out of space before it finished. I suspect that a 32GB will have enough room.
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Got A Link go a step by step method to perform a full backup? One to restore also?
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Not a backup, but

This is how to stuff MJ5 into the phone. (A lot of work.) Some slow downloads and I don't have a current fast server to put them on.
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