Re: BRICKED phone flashing kernel
Originally Posted by kintwofan
Screwing up is forgetting to check the md5 and soft briking. Flashing a kernel made for a different phone ON PURPOSE then, instead of paying for it himself, decides it's somehow Samsung fault. Oh and then posting here like it's the kernels fault is ignorance!
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Uh forgetting to check MD5 can be more than just screwing up. Do that with an HTC hboot that is corrupt and no soft brick for you!
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[Phone] Samsung Galaxy Note II
[Recovery] TWRP 188.8.131.52
[Rom] Beans #7
[Kernal] Saber Kernel