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Originally Posted by ryanbg
They can be written via DD, but as soon as you reboot, Knox/aboot will immediately recognize the signatures are wrong, and trip Knox. It will set your warranty bit, and prevent you from using Android until you flash a signed build. The block size doesn't matter, it just threw off some files sizes. This doesn't do anything for us. You also can't DD aboot, so no matter what, we are stuck.
How about the booting from sd card method? Any brave soul want to stick the entire ROM on an ext sd as mentioned in the unbrick thread? (backup and be prepared)
and there is also a mysterious 'load from external source' option in recovery, which has been reported to flash a stock ROM from ext sd card to fix a bricked att note 3.
having this 'engineering bootloader' from july must be some help for the bootloader devs.
I just thinking a lot, and don't like being stuck.
thanks for the input, cheers.