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24 Well I figured there was a more technical explanation than the one I could come up with. And I know Surge and everyone in here are working on things that look Chinese to me, just wanted to share... You never know Sent from my SCH-I545 using Tapat...
15 So we need to find a way to intentionally reset the P flag from P1 to P0, you said this is what enabled your device to show "SECURE BOOT: NONE" correct? If we can get secure boot to say none again then I have a battery of ideas/tests we can do fro...
15 How it is now? already found where is the key to reset knox counter? i never thought it is so hard like that, because i ve heard that restting is something like a simple script updater said by p4j1 ... start thinking to use trangle away for rese...
14 The entire bootchain is signed by Samsung. There's no qcom "backdoor" I know of, even in PBL. If we were able to find out the correct 64 bit password for Sahara/DLOAD unlock operation, we may be able to reconfigure PBL/QCSBL or overwrite it. So...
13 Heartbleed actually could help if somehow Samsung was (unwisely) signing the bootloader with the same keys they were using to SSL-protect a web-server. Then it would be possible to use heartbleed to compromise the keys on that server, and then som...