• Title: K50-T5
  • Listed: 07/02/2016 12:46 pm
  • ROM Version:VIBEUI V3.5 1627 7.133.1 DEV K50-T5
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Overall Rating : 21

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- Multi-language

- Root

- Gapps

- Video player, Radio ROW


- Install with TWRP

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14 Responses to“K50-T5”

  1. utkarsh

    Posts: 21


    Can’t download! Says URL banned by Government Rule.Plz provide another link

  2. 06/26/2014
    Posts: 116


    thanks man.will try it

  3. samin sikong

    Posts: 64

    Thanks for sharing.. :)

  4. 09/14/2015
    Posts: 1


    thanks bro cool xD:)

  5. 04/17/2016
    Posts: 10


    Smart Lock works?


    K3-NOTE_1626DEV Smart Lock: http://p.coldline.hu/2016/07/03/2265676-20160703-G9xgKO.png

  6. 05/08/2015
    Posts: 5


    Can I install it with flashool and if yes where is the scatter file?

  7. 04/17/2016
    Posts: 10


    No, install with TWRP.

  8. 06/23/2014
    Posts: 19

    Saudi Arabia

    Is this fully Multi Lang ? No chinese Lang.

  9. Shuji

    Posts: 38

    Best Rom ATM, all works, but i must debloat it but its okay.
    Really good work!

  10. 10/27/2015
    Posts: 1


    Hi guys! Can you help me out! I just installed this rom (after so many others), as i can not connect to certain wifi networks. I have no idea why, i just simply can not connect. It stucks at obtaining IP adress. Before i first install the marsmallow on 5.x.x series i was able to connect to any wifi network (obviously if i had the network key), but now i can not connect to my workplace wifi, also at my friend. All networks are 2.4ghz. Other then this i can not see 5ghz networks. i saw a solution for that, but most adb drivers are for x86 even if it says its for x64 systems (or either im too noob, buti can not install them on win10). But the main issue, which pisses me off, is the problem with 2.4Ghz networks. Does any of you have any solution for that. Furthermore, have any of you faced this problem before??? Thanks anyway! G.Regos

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