Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Getting rid of ODIN to ROOT

The Samsung Galaxy Note keeps track of the kind of kernel you are running (stock or custom) and how often you have flashed kernels. This is probably for warranty purposes. There is currently no known way to reset this counter on the SGN.

So, what we want to do is get root, busybox, and CWM, all without getting that ugly yellow triangle or updating the flash counter on our device.

Luckily and Thanks to DoomLord who found the zergRush Exploit. zergRush use ADB to copy/install Root and BusyBox to your phone...it will not touch your kernel..

We need to get rid of ODIN pretty much completely, and we can!  Use this!

How to root galaxy note safest way. Click here

Confirmed to be working on the following devices:
  •     Sony Xperia X10 (GB firmware)
  •     Sony Xperia Arc (.42 firmware)
  •     Sony Xperia Arc S
  •     Sony Xperia Play [R800i/R800x]
  •     Sony Xperia Ray
  •     Sony Xperia Neo
  •     Sony Xperia Mini
  •     Sony Xperia Mini Pro
  •     Sony Xperia Pro
  •     Sony Xperia Active
  •     NTT Docomo Xperia ARCO SO-02C
  •     Samsung Galaxy S2 [GT-i9100/GT-9100P]
  •     Samsung Galaxy S II for T-Mobile (SGH-T989)
  •     Samsung Galaxy S II for AT&T (SGH-I777), Skyrocket (SGH-i727)
  •     Samsung Galaxy S II LTE Rogers Canada (SGH-I727R),
  •     Samsung Galaxy S II Epic 4g Touch
  •     Samsung Galaxy S [i9000B] & [i9000]
  •     Samsung Galaxy Mini GT-S5570 (GB only)
  •     Samsung Galaxy W [i8150]
  •     Samsung Galaxy Y
  •     Samsung Galaxy Tab [P1000] (2.3.3 firmware), [P1000N]
  •     Samsung Galaxy Note [N7000]
  •     Samsung Galaxy Player YP-G70 2.3.5 (GINGERBREAD.XXKPF)
  •     Samsung Galaxy Ace (2.3.3, 2.3.4 firmware)
  •     Samsung Nexus S [i9023] (2.3.6)
  •     Samsung Nexus S 4G 2.3.7
  •     Samsung Galaxy Nexus S [i9020] (2.3.6)
  •     Samsung Exhibit (SGH-T759)
  •     Samsung Exhibit 4G (SGH-T759) (2.3.3) Build UVKE8
  •     Motorola Milestone 3 [ME863 HK]
  •     Motorola XT860, Bell XT860
  •     Motorola Defy+
  •     Motorola Droid X sys ver 4.5.605 w/ gingerbread
  •     Motorola Droid X2 (2.3.4)
  •     Motorola XT883 (China Telecom)
  •     Motorola XT862 (Verizon Droid3)
  •     Motorola DROID RAZR
  •     Nexus One (2.3.6 stock)
  •     LG Revolution

Getting rid of ODIN
This is easy. Find ODIN, and delete it. In the future you should only need it to flash bootloaders, which probably will only really be needed one time: when upgrading from Gingerbread to Ice Cream Sandwich.

9 comments:

  1. Erykz5:11 AM

    Work great on my SGH-I727R

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  2. Sorry I will keep Odin anyway, hard bricked my skyrocket last night, but with Odin I was able to unbrick it. I Dec recommend zergRush for rooting the skyrocket, but Odin can save you from having to drop 600+ on a new skyrocket if you brick it up

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  3. Sorry I will keep Odin anyway, hard bricked my skyrocket last night, but with Odin I was able to unbrick it. I Dec recommend zergRush for rooting the skyrocket, but Odin can save you from having to drop 600+ on a new skyrocket if you brick it up

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  4. Sorry I will keep Odin anyway, hard bricked my skyrocket last night, but with Odin I was able to unbrick it. I Dec recommend zergRush for rooting the skyrocket, but Odin can save you from having to drop 600+ on a new skyrocket if you brick it up

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    1. How did u do this? Been using Odin, but can't unbrick

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    2. How did u do this? Been using Odin, but can't unbrick

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