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There can be several differences, or reasons for having two firmware versions. Sometimes there are two completely different hardware variants, sold in different regions. For example, the Samsung Galaxy S III has a variant based on a Snapdragon MSM8960 system-on-chip (SoC), and another based on an Exynos 4. Because the hardware is different, the variants ...
You can find proper tools to unpack boot, recovery, system and data images here: mtk-tools Thread of the author on xda developers, thank him :) Usage: ./unpack-MT65xx.pl boot.img ./repack-MT65xx.pl -boot <kernel> <ramdisk-directory> boot.img
The OTA update won't work with root. You can manually flash a ROM to your device. You can get stock (factory) ROMs from Google https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images, Nexus 4 is about 1/3rd down the page. You can also go to XDA forums and get a custom ROM http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexus-4, main forum page for Nexus 4. The other way ...
Download a n900-cwm-recovery-126.96.36.199-kk(0125).tar Open Odin Add the file from step #1 and click start WAIT TILL PASS##
Yes, those apps are stock apps in the German-localized ROMs for the Galaxy S3 (the i9300 version). Likely they were there in the original ROM but you uninstalled them and later forgot about it. It's fine to just uninstall them. The seventh and eight digits of the IMEI don't have any meaning in current phones. Before 2004, they indicated the country where ...
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