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it will replace your existing kernel. But before that make sure your ROM is compatible with new kernel or you will end up in boot loop.In certain kernel WiFi may not work. You may have to install WiFi modules separately.


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Go to recovery and create backup or use titanium back up to back up apps. One more way is to recompile rom zip with placing needed apk in installation folder. You can find more details on xda forums


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No, flashing a kernel only wipes the old kernel. Generally, user-space drivers in the system image will be specific to a particular version of the kernel driver, and each kernel driver version will only work with certain kernel versions, so only flash a different kernel if you know that it was built to work with your user-space version, or vice-versa. ...


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Yup, there are plenty of ROMS out there for Samsung Galaxy Y, as per your requirement, the most recent cyangogen mod is CM11 (kitkat, better than jellybean) for it. The complete installation instructions and step by step tutorial can be found here.


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Sammobile only lists the Chinese ROM for your device, so it's unlikely you'll be able to use different languages with an official Samsung ROM: to get other languages and Google apps support, you'll need to use a third-party custom-rom. Similarly, it doesn't appear that the N9008S is an officially supported device for Cyanogenmod, likely because none of the ...


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I wouldn't advice this, you can see other questions on here about people asking if they can use different model numbers on their phone and everyone says no. A suggestion to you would be the following, go on the XDA website here link and type in your phone AND model number into their search bar. From there you should be able to click on their forum for ...


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I tried the exact same procedure, with Odin 1.84 BUT on W7 x86 instead of W7 x64 and it went just fine. At the first attempt, I successfully flashed my device with a stock rom. Your answers are all right, and black magic or not, for my particular issue I think the answer is use Odin1.84 with a 32 bit system.


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If you have access to the Download mode, then nothing is lost. I suggest you not to repartition the device first, just try to get a standard ROM flashing done. Based on my experience Odin usually fails because of driver issues (I had plenty of problems using Win 8.1 x64, while just doing the exact same procedure on Win7 worked well) Also if you had USB ...


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download Stock Rom from Samsung Firmwares Link for Drivers and Odin Drivers and Odin if needed enter download mode. when getting to Odin choose the firmware file (not zip) and insert it to PDA. dont do repartition. start the flashing this should return your phone to normal stock.. however if you repartition you need to find the reparition file for the ...


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No, Official or custom firmware are only to be used with the device specified in its name Using a different phone model may result in your hard bricking your phone Is there a reason why you want to use a different phone model firmware over your own?


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The Samsung N5110 is the Galaxy Note 8. The "espresso10wifi" is a Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (your device). It's not flashing because you're flashing the wrong file for your device.


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Can you access recovery at all? If so, put this file on your SD card, and install it using stock recovery.


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For MTK devices you should use SP Flash Tool please find a complete Tutorial here http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1982587 propably this will save you from the currently situation. I am not responsible for anything may happen.


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There are basically two options: help to get it supported, or look for an unofficial build. I wrote some notes about helping to get Cyanogenmod supported on your device in my answer to Why isn't there a Cyanogenmod stable ROM for my device?. If you already have the specialist skills needed for ROM porting, you can do this yourself, but even if you don't, ...


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Disclamer - I DONT HAVE ENOUGH REP to place COMMENTS - So here is a suggestion. I have been looking around and found a blog from a user with your same device has got this thing rooted successfully here: http://androidxda.com/download-root-genius Comment from user here: ...



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