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[30.10.2012][CF-Root 5.6] K**,LA*,LP-126BHJQ73SC89DEFWGKIQOTUXY,LQ-5B - su+bb+CWM4/5

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31st May 2011, 11:33 PM   |  #151  
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hmmm, I did not know where that is/was... so i tried flashing villains rom... doing the same thing... loads fine, no errors, keeps the boot loop. I will check this main thread, but a link would be greatly appreciated.... although, I do fear the worse....

Villains ROM doesn't include kernel AFAIK (yet!). Again, don't fear. This is a Samsung device, unless you botched up flashing a bootloader, you aren't going to break it. It is epically difficult to break Samsungs by accident.

See this thread for some stock firmwares. Do a full wipe after flashing (from recovery). I advise the XEU KE7 variant.
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31st May 2011, 11:49 PM   |  #152  
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Villains ROM doesn't include kernel AFAIK (yet!). Again, don't fear. This is a Samsung device, unless you botched up flashing a bootloader, you aren't going to break it. It is epically difficult to break Samsungs by accident.

See this thread for some stock firmwares. Do a full wipe after flashing (from recovery). I advise the XEU KE7 variant.

True.
Its almost impossible to break/brick your sgs-ii as long as you dont mess up the bootloader.
If all "no wipe" roms fail to get through the bootloop i guarantee you will get a working device if you flash a stock rom with pit-file.
Look at samfirmware.com for a suitable rom and pit.
1st June 2011, 12:07 AM   |  #153  
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Originally Posted by Chainfire

Villains ROM doesn't include kernel AFAIK (yet!). Again, don't fear. This is a Samsung device, unless you botched up flashing a bootloader, you aren't going to break it. It is epically difficult to break Samsungs by accident.

See this thread for some stock firmwares. Do a full wipe after flashing (from recovery). I advise the XEU KE7 variant.

ok, thanks.... seems to point to 2 ke7 files.... I will try the top one. Assuming it works, I do a full reset.... then I have to follow your quide again and I am good?

Sending a beer now, thx... scared myself, lol

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1st June 2011, 12:56 AM   |  #154  
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You must be fu**ing steaming by now pal!

Maybe you should spend this on Paracetamol instead

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1st June 2011, 01:01 AM   |  #155  
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Originally Posted by Mr.Kakarot

ok, thanks.... seems to point to 2 ke7 files.... I will try the top one. Assuming it works, I do a full reset.... then I have to follow your quide again and I am good?

Sending a beer now, thx... scared myself, lol

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You must be fu**ing steaming by now pal!

Maybe you should spend this on Paracetamol instead

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Tomorrow morning maybe ... *walks into a wall*

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1st June 2011, 01:26 AM   |  #156  
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so I tried this file, through odin

XWKE7

Firmware info
PDA:XWKE7
PHONE: XXKE4
CSC:XEUKD1 (XEU)
Build date: 18/05/2011

Generic XEU: http://www.multiupload.com/IBRBHDUDXI
md5: F388DB98FC83861C2F22E607AE940DBB


doing the same boot loop

maybe I need this one?

XWKE7 Stock Kernel: http://www.multiupload.com/HMN4GUKBPS
md5: 3BC006663F23432D2219DFA45D7AAD13
Password is: intratech@XDA

It does not seem to matter what I flash, it is in download mode, I see the progress bar just fine.... but when it reboots, it gets stuck. Something I keep seeing is can't access to system/csc/xeu/system

thx again
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1st June 2011, 01:49 AM   |  #157  
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oh thank god.... I think it worked, I went in to do the full wipe like you suggested, this time the recovery was blue and not orange and the darn phone rebooted.....

enjoy the beer, half my problem is we just got our NHL team back today after 16 years... and I was partying at 11am, lol

but the weird thing is, I can recreate the problem... just by doing a factory reset.... coming from this kernel, just tried it again, boot loop.... guess I will not reset afterwards, but I hope my battery gives me more love then the 10 hours I got today
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1st June 2011, 06:17 AM   |  #158  
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I dont know if this is related, but since installing this kernel, I have some weird problems.

- can't apply iptables using Droidwall

- can't install .apk using AndroidCommander. Well, they do install but later have error msg saying can't delete the file in /data/local/tmp.

- tried using RootExplorer to delete, but the file reappear immediately, seems the delete is not successful. but changing the filename to something simple...like aaa.apk, and delete works.

any idea if this is related to the busybox? or my mistakes in installation? CWM works fine though.

edit: is it possible to flash back to another rooted kernel (eg, supercurio's) to test this out without doing any harm?
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Originally Posted by Chainfire

It is important you guys let me know of new stock kernels and ROMs, else no new CF-Root's will be made

Note that I generally do not "back-port", in other words, I rarely make CF-Root's for old kernels/firmwares, and new features and fixes generally only appear for the very latest kernel/firmware.

So is an XXKE4 CF-Root coming?

If not, could I (or should I) flash to XWKE7 CF-Root?

Thanks,

Ouija
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Originally Posted by sunwee

I dont know if this is related, but since installing this kernel, I have some weird problems.

- can't apply iptables using Droidwall

- can't install .apk using AndroidCommander. Well, they do install but later have error msg saying can't delete the file in /data/local/tmp.

- tried using RootExplorer to delete, but the file reappear immediately, seems the delete is not successful. but changing the filename to something simple...like aaa.apk, and delete works.

any idea if this is related to the busybox? or my mistakes in installation? CWM works fine though.

edit: is it possible to flash back to another rooted kernel (eg, supercurio's) to test this out without doing any harm?


ok, I flashed back to supercurio's rooted kernel, and applying rules in Droidwall works again.

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