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[KERNELS] Updated! [12/09/12] INSECURE ICS Kernels FOR ROOTING! - I9100 /G /P

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Just thought I would continue Odia's work for anyone who would like Insecure Kernels for their devices.

These are all tested and confirmed working!


Just Unzip and Flash the '.tar.md5' File in Odin.

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Note: Use 7zip if you have trouble extracting any of my zip archives.


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For Rooting your device after flashing an Insecure Kernel, check out my Samsung Quick Root Application HERE!


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I9100 Insecure and Original ICS Kernels

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I9100G Insecure and Original ICS Kernels

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I9100P Insecure and Original ICS Kernels

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So cool... will prepare for a test...!!


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Insecure Kernels for the latest ICS Firmwares have been tested, confirmed working and uploaded to Dev-Host.
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More Devices will be supported as soon as I recieve some feedback.

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just got my SG S2 last friday and now i'm looking into rooting the device.
when i look at the kernel my phone say's 3.0.15.-1900XWLP4-CL299729

witch kernel do i download in order to keep it original ?

this is my first Android phone this is all new to me
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Originally Posted by webjunky

just got my SG S2 last friday and now i'm looking into rooting the device.
when i look at the kernel my phone say's 3.0.15.-1900XWLP4-CL299729

witch kernel do i download in order to keep it original ?

this is my first Android phone this is all new to me

Use any above to provide root shell but search for an original XWLP4 Kernel before flashing an insecure one so you have an original to flash back.

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is it right that the original kernals are required only when anyone wishes to go back to stock ROM whenever. And insecured kernals are to be used only at the time of rooting the device and are no more required for installing Custom ROM ?

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is it right that the original kernals are required only when anyone wishes to go back to stock ROM whenever. And insecured kernals are to be used only at the time of rooting the device and are no more required for installing Custom ROM ?

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Yes thats correct.

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