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[ROOT] TriangleAway v3.26

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12th July 2014, 08:09 PM   |  #1  
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Many Samsung devices store a flash counter that keeps track of how many times you have flashed custom firmwares to your device. On some devices, a yellow triangle or other sort of visual warning is also displayed during boot if you are running a custom firmware. TriangleAway was built to disable the triangle (if a visual warning is present) and reset the custom ROM flash counter to 0. This app requires root !
my flash counter was 11

using Triangle Away may unmount your SD card. Reboot or manually remount it from Android settings.

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12th July 2014, 09:20 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by hmzh

i hope that i helped you

NO U JUST WANT TO FARM "THANKS"
But whatevar, take it if it saves U :P i think that everybody know about this and laiks propably wont increase flash counter (as i look now, in our dev section we almost dont have anything what is flashed by odin (except stock roms)"
13th July 2014, 02:02 AM   |  #3  
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...v3-26-t1494114
plus there's way more information there.
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I don't even know if the Ace 2 HAS the flash counter. I have flashed different firmware and ROMs thousands of times and not hit a wall. Download mode always thinks you're running Samsung Official firmware so is unaffected. Triangle Away is NOT needed for our device, I will argue that to the grave.
14th July 2014, 05:44 AM   |  #5  
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I don't even know if the Ace 2 HAS the flash counter. I have flashed different firmware and ROMs thousands of times and not hit a wall. Download mode always thinks you're running Samsung Official firmware so is unaffected. Triangle Away is NOT needed for our device, I will argue that to the grave.

It is still useful in cases when you need to repair your phone(using custom fw) if too lazy to flash full firmware
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14th July 2014, 08:55 AM   |  #6  
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Originally Posted by j800r

I don't even know if the Ace 2 HAS the flash counter. I have flashed different firmware and ROMs thousands of times and not hit a wall. Download mode always thinks you're running Samsung Official firmware so is unaffected. Triangle Away is NOT needed for our device, I will argue that to the grave.

That only proves, you weren't with codina from the beginning

First mods affected flash counter (gingerbread times), until devs learned how to workaround this)
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