I747MVLALE8 Rogers/Bell/Telus Samsung Galaxy S III SGH-I747M ICS 4.0.4 Stock Firmware

These stock ROM or firmware are for Canada Rogers, Bell and Telus Samsung Galaxy S III  SGH-I747M models which is only for advance users and developers use. If you have not enough knowledge about stock ROMs, DO NOT PLAY with it or it may caused damaged to your phone. This firmware build is a carrier specific and cannot be used to other Samsung Galaxy S III variants or it may result to any unwanted issues like these following Galaxy S3 variants:

Samsung Galaxy S III GT-I9300
Samsung Galaxy S III (AT&T) SGH-I747 (Also compatible but the bloatware will change)
Samsung Galaxy S III (Mobilicity) SGH-T999V   
Samsung Galaxy S III (Sprint) SPH-L710
Samsung Galaxy S III (T-Mobile) SGH-T999   
Samsung Galaxy S III (Telus) SGH-T999D   
Samsung Galaxy S III (US Cellular) SCH-R530   
Samsung Galaxy S III (Verizon) SCH-I535   
Samsung Galaxy S III (Wind) SGH-T999V

Download I747MVLALE8 ICS 4.0.4 Stock ROM:

Bell Samsung Galaxy S III SGH-I747M

Rogers Samsung Galaxy S III SGH-I747M

Telus Samsung Galaxy S III SGH-I747M 
Firmware info:

More Details of Samsung Galaxy S III and why it uses different firmware builds

Model variants of Samsung Galaxy S III
On 16 May 2012, NTT DoCoMo announced that they would sell an LTE model of the Samsung Galaxy S III, using a Qualcomm Snapdragon MSM8960 SoC with an integrated on-die LTE-modem. This model also features 2 GB of RAM.
On 30 May 2012, several Canadian carriers announced that they also would sell an LTE model of the Galaxy S III with the model number SGH-i747 and the same specifications as the one for NTT DoCoMo. Within a week, on 4 June 2012, Verizon, Sprint, U.S. Cellular, T-Mobile and AT&T all announced that they would sell the same versions of the Galaxy S III as the Canadian carriers announced on 30 May 2012. Thus the design and name of the Galaxy S III for North America is retained from the international version, marking a deviation from the previous customization of design and name for different carriers of the previous Galaxy S models.

Hardware Details and Specification of Samsung Galaxy S3
The S III comes in two distinct variations that differ primarily in the internal hardware. Samsung had released several 4G LTE versions – which facilitates higher-speed communication compared to 3G – in North America and Northeast Asia to exploit the appropriate communication infrastructures that exist in those markets. Most of these versions use Qualcomm's Snapdragon S4 system on a chip (SoC) featuring a dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait central processing unit (CPU) and an Adreno 225 graphics processing unit (GPU). The international S III version has Samsung's Exynos 4 Quad SoC containing a 1.4 GHz quad-core ARM Cortex-A9 CPU and an ARM Mali-400 MP GPU. While the Exynos 4 Quad doubles the performance of the S II's Exynos 4 Dual, Samsung claims it uses 20% less power than the latter. The South Korean version is a hybrid of the 4G-capable and international versions by incorporating the latter's hardware and the former's 4G support.

The S III has a maximum of 2 GB of RAM, depending on model.The phone comes with either 16 or 32 GB of internal storage, with a 64 GB version to be available internationally; additionally, microSDXC storage offers a further 64 GB for a potential total of 128 GB. Moreover, 50 GB of space is offered on the Dropbox service for purchasers of the device for two years, doubling rival HTC's 25 GB storage for the same duration.

The S III's HD Super AMOLED display measures 4.8 inches (120 mm) on the diagonal, making it Samsing's second largest phone display behind to the Galaxy Note's 5.3 inches (130 mm). With a 1,280×720-pixel (720p) resolution, its pixel per inch (PPI), or pixel density, is 309. To accommodate the high PPI, Samsung has removed one of the three subpixels – red, green and blue – in each pixel to create a PenTile matrix-display; consequently, it does not share the "Plus" suffix found on the S II's Super AMOLED Plus display. The glass used for the display is Corning Gorilla Glass 2.

The Galaxy S III has an 8-megapixel camera similar to that of the Galaxy S II. It can take 3264×2448 resolution photos and record videos in 1920×1080-pixel (1080p) resolution. Samsung improved the camera's software over that of its predecessor to include zero shutter lag, and Burst Mode and Best Shot, which work together to take numerous photos in a short time before the best frame is selected. The phone can also take pictures while recording videos. It has a 1.9-megapixel front-facing camera.

In addition to the 4.8-inch (120 mm) touchscreen, the S III has several physical user inputs including a home button located below the screen, a volume key on the left side and a power/lock key on the right. At top there is a 3.5-millimetre (0.14 in) TRRS headphone jack and one of the two microphones on the S III; the other is located below the home button. The S III is advertised as having an MHL port that can be used both as a micro-USB On-The-Go port, and for connecting the phone to HDMI devices. However, it was discovered that Samsung had made a modification to the electronics of the port such that only the adapter made specifically for this model by Samsung could be used. source: wikipedia

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