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[2014.01.15][ROOT] TriangleAway v3.26

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Works on CM9 as well.
Thank you

Guess this will fix the ASEC issues.
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I had 5 custom counts, now i have 0.
Great work.
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Works great with Sakaschi MIUI v4.0.4

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Works like a charm....thanks






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Impressive! Is this a permanent fix if I go back to stock GB?

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Also used with CM9 (latest build) and it worked like a charm!
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this can hard brick your device. unrecoverable!

it writes to your bootloader partition.
we've found it yesterday.

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You my friend are epic! Nice one!

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Very nice! Pardon the noob question but after running I no longer have the triangle, but now I have the Drunken Clam picture found on an old Andy Miui rom! Must have been lingering on my boot partition hidden until now. Any tools or instructions for getting back the default?

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You could use the app sgs2-Bootlogo, you can find it in the market.

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