i have recently bought a Samsung note 4 sm-g910H (at least that what it says in the settings) but upon opening it up i noticed that the USB module had sm-n910F typed on its ribbon connector ,and after lifting up the motherboard i noticed sm-n910C typed on the motherboard , is THIS normal , and if it is !! could i possibly flash a n910C ROM on the device because i am having issues with all sorts of connectivity on the device 1- Bluetooth restarting itself every like 5-15 minutes only when connected to a WiFi network. 2-error when trying to tether my phone to a computer. 3-extremely weak reception.

thanks in advance.:)

  • Or you have the wrong ROM on it to start with? You say you have problems.... – user202027 Jun 25 '18 at 21:00
  • well , that`s what i am trying to figure out . when i bought the phone it had sm-910H model on it and still has but when i opened the phone i saw "sm-n910C" – SuperGlue Jun 26 '18 at 12:55

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