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Old July 23rd, 2013, 02:20 PM   #1 (permalink)
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That's right folks... We're gonna need a public mobile section for the N861... got mine early as I'm kind of testing just before it's release... phone won't hit the stores here in Canada for another two weeks or a month but I'm checking things out...

The N861 has officially been released for Public Mobile! If you Have the N861 with Public Mobile, welcome!

Wanna root and install recovery?

Here is the easiest way:

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Use the c++ tool junkie2100 made for us and make sure you have the DRIVERS installed and follow the instructions on his thread.


Here is the harder way(In case the above method fails...):

Download the DRIVERS, ADB+Fastboot. CWMT Installer and ROOT installer

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0- Plug your phone in to your computer and transfer the "N861_CWMT.zip and the "SU-Busybox-Installer.zip" to your sd card but switch the USB mode back to "Charge only" after.
0.5- On your phone, make sure "USB debugging" is enabled in the "Settings"->"Developer options" menu.
1- Install the drivers.
2- Extract the contents of the "N861_ADB_FASTBOOT_CWMT.rar" to the root of the main hard drive(c:\).
3- Open a command prompt(cmd) as administartor (right click and "open as administrator")
4- Type "cd c:\android sdk" and hit enter.
5- Type "adb reboot bootloader" and hit enter
6- At this point your computer should ask for a driver. If it doesn't, go into device manager and make sure you have a device called "Android fastboot interface". If you don't and you have a "unknown device", the driver is in the c:\android sdk\ folder.
7- In your command prompt, type "fastboot boot c:\n861cwmt.img" and hit enter.
8- At this point, your phone will boot into Clockworkmod touch recovery but it will not be written to the phone... We're almost done hang in there...
9- Go make a backup in "backup and restore". this backup will be your stock unroted rom.
10- Go to "Install from sd card"->"choose Zip from sdcard", select the N861_CWMT.zip file and confirm.
11- Select "choose zip from sdcard" again, select the "SU-Busybox-Installer.zip" and confirm.

Done! Now you have custom recovery, root and a completely unmodified backup of your phone!

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Once You have CWMT, You can try THIS. Its a deodexed, rooted, tweaked version of our ROM with a very light system and ALL uptatable apps installed as data. This means you don't have unused apks in your system when a new update for an app comes. This also means you are free to unistall and and change apps you don't need or want. But keep in mind that even the launcher is installed as data so if you uninstall it, you don't have a launcher. So install the new launcher before removing the one included in the ROM(If you don't like it). The first boot takes about five minutes. It's only the first boot and it's because of all the data. The first time you use the phone, open the superuser app once. And the mms shortcut on the home screen doesn't work but the mms app is just fine... just make a new shortcut.

OC Kernel tst10 from Downthemachine tweaked for Public Mobile. this kermel has a issue with ram and has been suspended for now but if you want to try it, it still wields a 1.8 ghz maximum speed...


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Ok so I used this modded WiFi tether for root users and used these settings:

device profile- Generic ICS/JB (wlan0)
setup method- Netd (master)
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HERE is the stock recovery flashable zip.

HERE, (MIRROR) is the stock ICS_PMI_B06 Stock ROM. It installs only on the stock recovery.

The Jellybean official update for boost doesn't work properly without the jb partitions but those don't work for us unless you are able to flash the public prl but even then no mms or roaming. If you flashed the jb partitions, HERE are the stock ones for your phone as they are not backed up by CWMT. I'm working on getting Jellybean for us, I want it too.
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Do the Boost ZTE Warp ROMS work on your Public Mobile ZTE Warp? Do you have service?
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i remember on the og warp when we flashed smart mobiles roms on the boost and only thing we really lost was mms, but we were able to tether native with the phone
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Well in the case of the N860, the firmware and bootloader where different and that caused a scaling issue on the Public N860 using a Boost rom. the processor would run at max regardless of governor settings. Our N861 has been issued with ICS but it seems to be a revision of the Warp sequent as I found a Boost mobile license agreement in the sytem\etc\custom_config\app\settings\ folder.
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have you tried our cwm? It's kinda risky, but if it works we can certainly at the very least get some ICS ROMS going for you. One problem i can see with JB is that our partitions just got changed with the update. There could be consequences if you flash our JB partitions and they are wrong.

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adb shell will work as well if you have that setup
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Well I used this and i got root and cwm touch recovery. the root doesn't seem to be full tho... I'm still playing around with it ill try that command and we'll compare partitions...

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C:\Android SDK>adb shell
shell@android:/ $ cat /proc/partitions
cat /proc/partitions
major minor #blocks name

179 0 3817472 mmcblk0
179 1 8192 mmcblk0p1
179 2 8192 mmcblk0p2
179 3 8192 mmcblk0p3
179 4 1 mmcblk0p4
179 5 8192 mmcblk0p5
179 6 8192 mmcblk0p6
179 7 8192 mmcblk0p7
179 8 8192 mmcblk0p8
179 9 32768 mmcblk0p9
179 10 32768 mmcblk0p10
179 11 8192 mmcblk0p11
179 12 16384 mmcblk0p12
179 13 16384 mmcblk0p13
179 14 8192 mmcblk0p14
179 15 516096 mmcblk0p15
179 16 57344 mmcblk0p16
179 17 8192 mmcblk0p17
179 18 311296 mmcblk0p18
179 19 2734080 mmcblk0p19
179 32 31074304 mmcblk1
179 33 31070208 mmcblk1p1
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Cool looks like all the important partitions are at least the same size. If you want to be adventurous, you could try flashing our b09 roms as is and see where it gets you. As long as you have a fully functional cwm you can't really go wrong. If you want to be brave you could try flashing our JB partitions and our b11 roms. You could even try flashing our b11 roms without flashing the partitions first and see what happens. We get strange behavior without the new partitions but you may not.

edit: if you are going to flash our jb partitions i would suggest you back yours up first. You can do this in adb by issuing the following commands:
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Cool looks like all the important partitions are at least the same size. If you want to be adventurous, you could try flashing our b09 roms as is and see where it gets you. As long as you have a fully functional cwm you can't really go wrong. If you want to be brave you could try flashing our JB partitions and our b11 roms. You could even try flashing our b11 roms without flashing the partitions first and see what happens. We get strange behavior without the new partitions but you may not.

edit: if you are going to flash our jb partitions i would suggest you back yours up first. You can do this in adb by issuing the following commands:
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What exactly do the new partitions consist of and can someone still run ICS after on the new partitions?
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i am not sure if anyone has tried running ics with jb partitions, but if you back yours up they can be restored in case things go wrong. We don't really know what is in the new partitions, we just know we need them for b11 to function properly on our device.

jb will boot and run fine without them but the screen flickers a bluish color and is not tolerable for extended periods of time. If i were you i would flash one of the custom b11 roms without the partitions to see what happens lol
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Oh yea, MAKE A BACKUP!!!! lol
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So from what I gather the jb partitons are bootloader and firmware. do you guys know anything about these files:
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these are the bootloader radio and firmware files. these files on the og warp are different between the Public mobile and boost mobile versions... and they have the same addresses on the N860 ... Does anyone already have a list of which partitions are what on the N861 yet?

EDIT: Also I would greatly appreciate getting a B09 version of the mmcblk0p1,mmcblk0p2,mmcblk0p8 and mmcblk0p11 partitions..
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If i remember correctly
12 boot
13 recovery
15 system
18 carrier
19 data
the rest i don't know for sure
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Out of pure curiosity, if you go to About Phone, what is your SW Version?

edit: our ICS was B07 and B09. Our JB is B11.
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mine is b07 but its a different branch of development... it is probably closer to b09
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EDIT: Also I would greatly appreciate getting a B09 version of the mmcblk0p1,mmcblk0p2,mmcblk0p8 and mmcblk0p11 partitions..
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cool now i got something to try... I'm gonna flash the b09 partitions/firmware and I'm gonna fool the boost mobile warp sequent online upgrading tool into thinking i need an update and I'm gonna try and pull the update package from tmp and see if i can get the files in raw form... that will tell me quite a bit
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we have the ota package already i will grab a link hang on

edit: can't find it lol still looking

edit2: Here is the official B11 OTA update

FYI, this is an update package, not a full rom. Only patches to existing files. It is the direct OTA they shipped all of us file name unchanged

edit3: If you are looking for a full unmodied b11 stock rom with all the files intact we have that too

edit4: and here is a full unmodified b09 stock rom
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Well I tried a few things last night... Tried the superom b11 and had the flickering screen issue so i made a adb backup of my partitions and flashed the jb system prep but then i couldn't connect to My service provider so i tried making a hybrid jb system prep with the PMI amss.mbn(mmcblk0p9)and that bricked my phone... so I'm out for now but I'll be back
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well, first of all how are you sure that is the right partition? secondly did you try to use the one you pulled off your phone in the first place or one for the warp kuz that will instantly brick your phone... take the one you pulled in the first place and put it back on there, flash one partition at a time till you figure out which ones make b11 work and which ones make the other carrier work. and NEVER flash ANYTHING from a different model
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well, first of all how are you sure that is the right partition? secondly did you try to use the one you pulled off your phone in the first place or one for the warp kuz that will instantly brick your phone... take the one you pulled in the first place and put it back on there, flash one partition at a time till you figure out which ones make b11 work and which ones make the other carrier work. and NEVER flash ANYTHING from a different model
how i am sure, I looked at the update script in the b11 ota package to get my bearings on what partitions are what. in my experience with zte devices the amss.mbn is the radio and in both the N860 and N861 they are in mmcblk0p9. I backed up my partitions with adb prior to flashing the system prep for jb the first time around and used my mmcblk0p9 from my PMI N861 in my hybrid test but it did not fair well... probably because the radio was from api 15 and the bootloader was for api 16... I'm aware of how you should proceed with devices but if your not prepared to risk sometimes... This hybrid firmware is something i did for the N860 as well... On the N860 you need a Boost mobile bootloader to run a boost mobile rom ( along with a couple apks)... but the amss has to remain or else you can't connect to your network(thats where the prl is)... so i had Made a little project called Unification Portal which allows you to run a boost mobile rom on a public mobile phone using the Boost bootloader and the public radio as well as some public mobile apks... It's not new territory for me but it just didn't work out the way I planned...
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Bummer. At least our cwm works for your device so you can get some custom ICS roms together. I assume a JB update will arrive shortly for your device as it is obviously very close to ours and such little effort would be required by them.
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You could also try going back to your ICS partitions and try our b09 roms and our cm10-10.1 based roms.
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are you SURE that is how the partitions are set up? kuz i just looked something up that i could swear said the radio was partition 8 not 9 on the warp, and the warps partition map could be completely different for all we know we never decoded the info to see what was up. and as far as the prl thing, cant you just pull the prl with qpst or cdma workshop then push it back after flashing?
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also if you know how to tell one mbn file from the other, that might be extremely helpful for people that have accidentally flashed warp roms, i think that was all we needed was the proper mbns to make that flashing tool work with the diagnostic mode that causes the phone to be stuck in
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P8 on the og warp is adsp.mbn and to be honest I have no idea what that is... But amss.mbn is the radio on the og warp and unless ZTE threw us a curve ball and named something completely different amss.mbn, mmcblk0p9 is radio on both devices.. dbl.mbn is bootloader on mmcblk0p1 and that is the extent what i am sure of... the rest i refer to as firmware... EMMCBOOT.MBN is not present on the N861 instead there is a appsbl.mbn on mmcblk0p11... I suspect this is part of the bootloader as well on both devices... apart from that the parttions are pretty similar between the two models...
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my question is, where the hell are you getting these names? lol
he is probably just unpacking the img files with unyaffs or similar
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that works, we need to figure out which ones would be necessary for that flasher tool so people can fix their phones from a brick
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What flashing tool were you referring to? I just realised my phone still has dfu mode... and I'm getting the info from the jb ota package script and if you look in the patch folder you will see the files i speak of... i will post the names above where they go tomorrow if you want...
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On the N861:

mmcblk0p1 - dbl.mbn
mmcblk0p2 - osbl.mbn
mmcblk0p8 - adsp.mbn
mmcblk0p9 - amss.mbn
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On the N861:

mmcblk0p1 - dbl.mbn
mmcblk0p2 - osbl.mbn
mmcblk0p8 - adsp.mbn
mmcblk0p9 - amss.mbn
mmcblk0p11 - appsbl.mbn
Sweet, thank you!! What are you using to extract/mount the partitions?
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Sweet, thank you!! What are you using to extract/mount the partitions?
he doesn't extract or mount them, he's trying to say in the OTA updater zip you can easily see which partition is which from the updater-script and by looking through the files in the zip.

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[HIGH]ui_print("Patching adsp image...");
apply_patch("EMMC:/dev/block/mmcblk0p8:5617480:f09ea472961147424d430e97efd35f5d ab08a5c3:5601608:4c02b3c5d7db624f3112ab6cebbeba7c6 4678a75",
"-", 4c02b3c5d7db624f3112ab6cebbeba7c64678a75, 5601608,
f09ea472961147424d430e97efd35f5dab08a5c3, package_extract_file("patch/adsp.mbn.p"));[/HIGH]


from the script you can see that adsp is partition number 8 aka mmcblk0p8. See what he's saying? i thought you knew that while trying to get the jb partitions the other day lol. Anyway yeah thats how most devs finds out what partition is what/does what, through Official OTA updater-scripts. Which is why i kind of hesitate to flash other phones partitions other than my own cause even though we have the name for them in the zip, we dont know what the hell they do lol I remembered an old friend and amazing dev interdpht was working on getting new update rooted on to everyones Transform UItra, he ended up flashing some else IMED partition which automatically gave him the other persons IMEd number haha. In the end he never backed it up which caused him to buy a new ultra
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he doesn't extract or mount them, he's trying to say in the OTA updater zip you can easily see which partition is which from the updater-script and by looking through the files in the zip.

For example:


[HIGH]ui_print("Patching adsp image...");
apply_patch("EMMC:/dev/block/mmcblk0p8:5617480:f09ea472961147424d430e97efd35f5d ab08a5c3:5601608:4c02b3c5d7db624f3112ab6cebbeba7c6 4678a75",
"-", 4c02b3c5d7db624f3112ab6cebbeba7c64678a75, 5601608,
f09ea472961147424d430e97efd35f5dab08a5c3, package_extract_file("patch/adsp.mbn.p"));[/HIGH]from the script you can see that adsp is partition number 8 aka mmcblk0p8. See what he's saying? i thought you knew that while trying to get the jb partitions the other day lol. Anyway yeah thats how most devs finds out what partition is what/does what, through Official OTA updater-scripts. Which is why i kind of hesitate to flash other phones partitions other than my own cause even though we have the name for them in the zip, we dont know what the hell they do lol I remembered an old friend and amazing dev interdpht was working on getting new update rooted on to everyones Transform UItra, he ended up flashing some else IMED partition which automatically gave him the other persons IMEd number haha. In the end he never backed it up which caused him to buy a new ultra
one thing tho is in the ots package the files are in patch form but I was wondering... the jb update is not available through the ZTE ugrading tool? the package sent through the ugrading tool has more info...
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that works, we need to figure out which ones would be necessary for that flasher tool so people can fix their phones from a brick
which flasher tool are you referring to? this could be helpful to me...
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one thing tho is in the ots package the files are in patch form but I was wondering... the jb update is not available through the ZTE ugrading tool? the package sent through the ugrading tool has more info...
You could by possibly switching your build.prop with our b9 build.prop which should automatically get the ota update since that's how you get it. Through the updater tool its different. It checks more than just the build.prop it checks partitions too.
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You could by possibly switching your build.prop with our b9 build.prop which should automatically get the ota update since that's how you get it. Through the updater tool its different. It checks more than just the build.prop it checks partitions too.
correct the updating tool checks the bootloader... I know because on the N860 for Public we had a different bootloader and I needed a copy of the boost mobile bootloader for some tests. I wanted the b10 bootloader and to get it I had to flash the B07 firmware on my phone to fool the updating tool into thinking i needed an update... but from what i have read around these parts, the b09 is the last update available through the updating tool... is that correct?

Thankfully i had the b07 boost updating package backed up... for thew longest time it was available on a french site but when i needed it i couldn't find it but thankfully i hoard data on my computer..

on the public mobile stock update.zip(because public doesn't update through ota or an online tool) the firmware is in the zip...
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correct the updating tool checks the bootloader... I know because on the N860 for Public we had a different bootloader and I needed a copy of the boost mobile bootloader for some tests. I wanted the b10 bootloader and to get it I had to flash the B07 firmware on my phone to fool the updating tool into thinking i needed an update... but from what i have read around these parts, the b09 is the last update available through the updating tool... is that correct?

Thankfully i had the b07 boost updating package backed up... for thew longest time it was available on a french site but when i needed it i couldn't find it but thankfully i hoard data on my computer..

on the public mobile stock update.zip(because public doesn't update through ota or an online tool) the firmware is in the zip...
Not sure I think they might have changed the version to b11 on the tool by now. Back on the N860, the last ota updater. Whatever "B0 number" it was, was the public warp also updated to that b0 number?
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the public mobile version would not update with that tool because it is specifically for the boost mobile version... The boost warp is a "N860" and the public warp is the "PMI-N860" so the updater would just say that the device is up to date...
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when i get the replacement for my phone tomorrow I'll give the b09 firmware a test and try to update through the online updating tool so i can get my hands on the b11 package... if it is available through the online tool that is...
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when i get the replacement for my phone tomorrow I'll give the b09 firmware a test and try to update through the online updating tool so i can get my hands on the b11 package... if it is available through the online tool that is...
Why do it through the tool? Why not the over the air? You'll get the ota to b11 when you flash back to b09
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I want to have the firmware files in their original form... i can just get the b11 update through here if that was my goal... but updating though the updating tool will allow me to grab the n861v1.0.0b11.zip package that will be downloaded in my tmp folder... that package is formatted differently... if i do get it I'll post it up...
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from the script you can see that adsp is partition number 8 aka mmcblk0p8. See what he's saying? i thought you knew that while trying to get the jb partitions the other day lol. Anyway yeah thats how most devs finds out what partition is what/does what, through Official OTA updater-scripts. Which is why i kind of hesitate to flash other phones partitions other than my own cause even though we have the name for them in the zip, we dont know what the hell they do lol I remembered an old friend and amazing dev interdpht was working on getting new update rooted on to everyones Transform UItra, he ended up flashing some else IMED partition which automatically gave him the other persons IMEd number haha. In the end he never backed it up which caused him to buy a new ultra
That is how we discovered which partitions were being updated and which ones needed to be replaced...but like you I have no clue what they do lol. Just decided to take a risk and it worked out this time for this device.
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That is how we discovered which partitions were being updated and which ones needed to be replaced...but like you I have no clue what they do lol. Just decided to take a risk and it worked out this time for this device.
you know for your b11 rom you could grab that patch folder in the ota package and in your update script paste the patch lines for those parttions and make your rom a one shot installer... it's been done on the N860...
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you know for your b11 rom you could grab that patch folder in the ota package and in your update script paste the patch lines for those parttions and make your rom a one shot installer... it's been done on the N860...
Well that would have been easy when super was making the update zip
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Has anyone tried adreno booster on the sequent yet... on the N860 it gave us and extra 200 pints in antutu and greatly improved the gaming capabilities...

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2167228

nevermind its for GB...

Dizzle1 brought this to our attention while we where making a team rom... did he ever make a adreno tweak for the sequent?
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Like this?

EDIT: This is untested as I'm getting my replacement tomorrow but It's sound.
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i remember him saying some adreno booster thing actually worked for him. cant speak to which one though
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