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[ODIN] Flash Stock Jelly Bean JRO03C 4.1.1 via Odin Flasher

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11th August 2012, 10:22 PM   |  #11  
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<ID:0/003> Added!!
<OSM> Enter CS for MD5..
<OSM> Check MD5.. Do not unplug the cable..
<OSM> Please wait..
<OSM> ONE.PT.YAKJU.JRO03C.tar.md5 is valid.
<OSM> Checking MD5 finished Sucessfully..
<OSM> Leave CS..
<ID:0/003> Odin v.3 engine (ID:3)..
<ID:0/003> File analysis..
<ID:0/003> SetupConnection..
<ID:0/003> Initialzation..
<ID:0/003> Set PIT file..
<ID:0/003> DO NOT TURN OFF TARGET!!
<ID:0/003> Get PIT for mapping..
<ID:0/003> Firmware update start..
<ID:0/003> boot.img
<ID:0/003> NAND Write Start!!
<ID:0/003> bootloader.img
<ID:0/003> radio.img
<ID:0/003> recovery.img
<ID:0/003> system.img
<ID:0/003> userdata.img
<ID:0/003> RQT_CLOSE !!
<ID:0/003> RES OK !!
<ID:0/003> Removed!!
<ID:0/003> Completed..
<OSM> All threads completed. (succeed 1 / failed 0)

After completed the flash, i have the old rom still remain. It seems that my device could not store anything on the space. Don't understand tha.
Would be gread if anyone could help.
I postet the story here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1827828

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11th August 2012, 11:03 PM   |  #12  
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The bootloader is unlocked?
11th August 2012, 11:07 PM   |  #13  
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Yes, unlocked. Locked and unlocked it again just to be sure.

Even to flash the original google factory image via fastboot brings no.effort. it's like the rom is burned in the device.

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11th August 2012, 11:14 PM   |  #14  
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similar of this?

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1756111
11th August 2012, 11:22 PM   |  #15  
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Not really. When I push the factory.zip via fastboot after pushed the bootloader and radio it writes it for more than 20 minutes. I abort this and have the curios Rom with 4.0.4 again. It's an ebay phone you know. Arrived today and now trzingr to get it stock.

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11th August 2012, 11:38 PM   |  #16  
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perhaps it is best to use the manual method first .. with factory images .. I have a guide on it is in Italian ..
12th August 2012, 12:10 AM   |  #17  
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Originally Posted by efrant

You don't need root for ANY odin flash. And you don't need to be on any specific build (yakju, yakjuxw, whatever) or on any specific version (IMM76D, JRO03C, whatever). Odin will wipe whatever is there and replace it with whatever you are flashing.

What you are talking about is Chainfire's "Mobile Odin" which is something completely different from Odin. The other poster was talking about Chainfire's odin repacks found here.

For those who want to know how to make an odin package of whatever build, see this thread. It is for the Verizon Galaxy SIII, and it shows you how to make an odin package of partitions currently on your device, but the commands you type to make the package is the same.

Thanks a lot efrant. Great info as usual.

I already knew, that root wasn't needed and I suspected, that the current firmware version (yakjuxw) wouldn't matter, but I get asked about yakjuxw --> yakju/takju etc. quite often, so I had to be sure before recommending the ODIN way to less experienced or less tech-savy users.

I'm rooted and using custom roms and didn't want to go through the hassle of testing this myself. So thanks for clarifying.
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12th August 2012, 01:18 AM   |  #18  
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Thanks a lot efrant. Great info as usual.

I already knew, that root wasn't needed and I suspected, that the current firmware version (yakjuxw) wouldn't matter, but I get asked about yakjuxw --> yakju/takju etc. quite often, so I had to be sure before recommending the ODIN way to less experienced or less tech-savy users.

I'm rooted and using custom roms and didn't want to go through the hassle of testing this myself. So thanks for clarifying.

I personally wouldn't recommend using odin to anyone, unless as a last (or second to last) resort. It is easy to mess up your device with one wrong tick in a check box,
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12th August 2012, 01:46 AM   |  #19  
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I personally wouldn't recommend using odin to anyone, unless as a last (or second to last) resort. It is easy to mess up your device with one wrong tick in a check box,

I used it with SGS2 frequently with no issues, but point taken.

I do usually suggest fastboot or toolkit first and for the check boxes in Odin, I point to the chainfire thread for SGS2. It inckudes precise instructions, warnings, screens etc..

Perhaps the OP should consider adding a warning to the instructions here as well.

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I used it with SGS2 frequently with no issues, but point taken.

I do usually suggest fastboot or toolkit first and for the check boxes in Odin, I point to the chainfire thread for SGS2. It inckudes precise instructions, warnings, screens etc..

Perhaps the OP should consider adding a warning to the instructions here as well.

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Yeah, I agree that it is very useful for the gsii, but on Nexus devices, there is really no need to use anything but fastboot, unless your bootloader gets corrupt somehow.

For the GNex, I would recommend using these tools (to flash) in this order:
1) fastboot
2) Odin or heimdall
3) Omap Flash

Yes, maybe a link to Chain fire's thread would be good in the first post.

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