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Hi
I wan't to install miui rom but i wasn't lost my warranty
If do i a saferoot and modify recover with root explorer or something without odin, and flash miui, the flag goes to 0x1?
Are there any way to flash rom withouth lost warranty?
Sorry for my poor english and thanks!
13th May 2014, 08:39 PM |#2  
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Hi
I wan't to install miui rom but i wasn't lost my warranty
If do i a saferoot and modify recover with root explorer or something without odin, and flash miui, the flag goes to 0x1?
Are there any way to flash rom withouth lost warranty?
Sorry for my poor english and thanks!

if you flash any custom recovery it'll knox it up, also on any custom kernel

probably when you'd flash a aosp rom without a custom kernel it can work (but most likely the system will crash)


Probably if there are any touch-wiz based roms with odin, and without a custom kernel (or with removing it from the tar) you could stay safe

but after all i'm not liable if you knox your device up

i've knoxed it up by the way running cm11 with custom kernel from F4K and get up to 21333 in antutu
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Wooow, antutu is very hight! Awesome performance

Question: knox put up in any kernel mod? If it's thats right i prefer lost my warranty
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if you flash any custom recovery it'll knox it up, also on any custom kernel

probably when you'd flash a aosp rom without a custom kernel it can work (but most likely the system will crash)


Probably if there are any touch-wiz based roms with odin, and without a custom kernel (or with removing it from the tar) you could stay safe

but after all i'm not liable if you knox your device up

i've knoxed it up by the way running cm11 with custom kernel from F4K and get up to 21333 in antutu

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Wooow, antutu is very hight! Awesome performance

Question: knox put up in any kernel mod? If it's thats right i prefer lost my warranty

any custom kernel will knox it up as far as i know, but this maybe doesn't go for build prop tweaks
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any custom kernel will knox it up as far as i know, but this maybe doesn't go for build prop tweaks

Thanks! Last question: Can i restore stock firm? How? I have the 4.3 Movistar Argentina rom and i wan't to install MIUI
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Thanks! Last question: Can i restore stock firm? How? I have the 4.3 Movistar Argentina rom and i wan't to install MIUI

You can download stock firmware from www.sammobile.com

enter download mode

put the file into PDA or AP in odin

press start

wait until the phone restarted

then you have stock again!

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you'll probably need to enter the recovery after flashing it and do a "factory reset"
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