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Question [Q] Nvflash done successfully?

Hello,

I followed the guide on AndroidRoot.Mobi.

I didn't find any information, if the received files are correct.

So I tried the guide twice to be sure that there was no error during file copy.
Sadly the factory-config.img has two different md5 checksums.

The other files (blob.bin, bricksafe.img & unlock-token.img) have the same checksum during both runs.

So is this possible?
Is there any script to check the generated files?

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Sadly the factory-config.img has two different md5 checksums.

So is this possible?
Maybe the last mount timestamp in the filesystem was updated between your 2 runs. Check the real binary differences, they should be only few bytes.
 
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Maybe the last mount timestamp in the filesystem was updated between your 2 runs. Check the real binary differences, they should be only few bytes.
There are two times one byte chenged.

So this is cased by using the tablet between the 2 runs?

If this is really a time stamp it is very surprising that only 1 byte is changed.
 
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There are two times one byte chenged.

So this is cased by using the tablet between the 2 runs?

If this is really a time stamp it is very surprising that only 1 byte is changed.
Maybe it's also something else, but if there is only one byte difference between your images, then you can be 99% sure that they are fine.
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Maybe it's also something else, but if there is only one byte difference between your images, then you can be 99% sure that they are fine.
Hopefully I will never need them.

Testing of files isn't possible I guess.
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