Re: How to change system status 'Modified' to 'Normal' in setting (without factory re
Originally Posted by zabenoid
You just need to disable supersu. You can temporarily enable it when you need root and then disable it again, works fine. Sysscope seems to be most active only when you have booted, and anyway if you have bad luck and sysscope gets you then you can wipe it and boot! And i dont need triangleaway workaround, i have free version in "let sysscope run" mode, i dont know why but it did get my odin mode go to normal so i kept it.
Now the problem with disabling superuser is that even I can get back the status to normal, there is no way I can get back into triangle away revert the changes.
I was able get an update, after freezing syscope and disabling superuser. But my device got stuck in Samsung logo.
I tried flashing stock firmware again but it failed. Something to do with the pit partition. But the firmware and pitfile I got is from Samsung care. It should have worked but it didn't.
What I plan to do next week after coming back from my trip is run triangle away again. Flash the stock firmware. Disable recovery. It is bound to fail, but at keast when I go to download mode, it will show official status. That way I am going to claim warranty. My spen is acting weird actually. Will ask them to change the motherboard or gimme a new handset.
Hope there are no samsung representatives out here.
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