^ thank you sir darkshadow1997... it was very informative... i will try this at home later and hoping i won't screw my G phone.
if i flash again that makes my binary count 2... anyway as what you have told, it doesn't matter even you have numbers of binary count as long as phone is working...
thanks anyway for the tips and hope it will be a success later.
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Originally Posted by darkshadow1997
actually thats normal if you flash custom kernel through odin you will get a yellow triangle here is a short way to remove it.
- thanks for this info...
1.get kTool of market its free.
- this is fine i'll look at the market
2.make sure you do it after you flash a custom kernel because you need root and binary count will increase of course
- so this means i can only use the KTool after flashing with custom kernel (i.e. superatmos (is any version will do? or should i flash immediately version 2.2 which is a tar file that i already downloaded yesterday?)
3.in ktool select dump current kernel
- i'll check this later and give you feedback
- okey i'll do this again later.
5.flash stock kernel after rebooting to download mode and you remove yellow triangle but will lose cwm
- from this method, should i use ODIN for flashing the stock kernel which is the kl3? (to be downloaded from the link above)
6.to fix that select ktool and select flash kernel and reboot and after that no yellow triangle,cwm is back and no increase in binary if you flash with ktool but with odin it will increase
- so from the above statement, by using ktool, i will flash kernel (which kernel is this? is it possible now for the SUPERROM version 3?) little bit confuse here.
listen it doesnt matter what firmware you are on you can flash any version of the kernel when it said for example jppk1 it meant it was based on the kernel of jppk1. and one more thing its not possible to flash custom rom without cwm and root. and dont worry flashing kl3 kernel to jppk1 wont brick your device i tested it myself.personally i dont care about the binary counts any way never will be stupid enough to brick my i9100g.just be careful okay.
- okay... i'll remember this. and i will give feedback later.