Originally Posted by madpete
Chainfire, thank you for your awesome work once again.
You mention above about the "custom kernel flash counter", is this Samsungs way of keeping track of what we're upto? Voiding warranty etc?
If so is there a way to reset it?
Pretty much to keep track of us, yes. It can be reset with an USB JIG (there's a thread about it in this forum), but according to some, this does reset the custom kernel flash to 0, but it turn increments a counter-reset counter...
I've spent some time trying to find where this counter is stored and how to reset it, but so far no dice. I know a lot of places it ISN'T at now, though
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