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This is a complete stock ROM for SM-G900V.

the file name is.
ALL_VZW_G900VVRU1ANCG_G900VVZW1ANCG_964333_REV00_u ser_low_ship_MULTI_CERT.tar.md5

I am uploading it now will provide a link once it is done.


Here is the link I am sorry I passed out last night and forgot.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/16...I_CERT.tar.md5
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Thanks for the post Lary, it is much appreciated, just to let you know, we have created a bounty/thread at http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2728051 for any person(s) who are able to find an exploit and successfully achieve a root method!
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[QUOTE=krazylary;52122441]This is a complete stock ROM for SM-G900V.

the file name is.
ALL_VZW_G900VVRU1ANCG_G900VVZW1ANCG_964333_REV00_u ser_low_ship_MULTI_CERT.tar.md5
 
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I'm going to try something.... going to see if i can unpack this .tar ball and insert SU binary then repack the tar ball with no stock checksum. So hurry up and upload this so i can tinker
You can actually grab the same here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2714516

I wouldn't waste too much time on it though. This has been tried on the S4 and Note 3 and as soon as you modify the system.img it no longer allows to flash due to Samsung's signature checks in bootloader.




 
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Whip up a new checksum and try that too.

If I still had a *nix box I would be all over this.....unfortunately I'm down to 1 pathetic 'puter at the moment.
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I'm going to try something.... going to see if i can unpack this .tar ball and insert SU binary then repack the tar ball with no stock checksum. So hurry up and upload this so i can tinker
Will not work, already tried with a patch from Chainfire. It's the reason At and Verizon can't use his patch. Both models use a Samsung key for the tarball, it loads in odin, fails in the end, then leaves the phone in unbeatable state. Requires a load of stock firmware to get going sgain. Too bad, we need a runtime exploit for root.

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Will not work, already tried with a patch from Chainfire. It's the reason At and Verizon can't use his patch. Both models use a Samsung key for the tarball, it loads in odin, fails in the end, then leaves the phone in unbeatable state. Requires a load of stock firmware to get going sgain. Too bad, we need a runtime exploit for root.

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If you go into developer options, you can select runtime system. When ART is selected, your Samsung boot screen has a open lock on it. That is a runtime exploit. I don't know what it does, but maybe that's an avenue to approach. Maybe some senior dev could explain the differences and if it could be used. Just asking. TIA
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Has anyone tried inserting an exploit when the system is switched from Dalvik to ART?

Surely there must be a way to take advantage of this since Samsung considers the phone to be "custom" when you switch (boot splash changes and everything).

I bet if there's an exploit, it has to do with that.

Excerpt from initial boot:

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D/QSEECOMAPI: ( 470): Loaded image: APP id = 3

D/HDCP2 ( 470): Loading app is succeded

D/HDCP2 ( 470): HDCP_INIT: pass

D/HDCP2 ( 470): HDCP2.1 Factory Loaded

W/linker ( 364): libarccamera.so has text relocations. This is wasting memory and is a security risk. Please fix.
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W/linker ( 379): libmmcamera_faceproc.so has text relocations. This is wasting memory and is a security risk. Please fix.
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W/linker ( 364): lib_Samsung_AudioZoom_v100.so has text relocations. This is wasting memory and is a security risk. Please fix.
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W/linker ( 364): lib_SoundAlive_play_ver125d.so has text relocations. This is wasting memory and is a security risk. Please fix.
Also this potentially useful gem:

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D/QSEECOMAPI: ( 431): QSEECom_register_listener 12288 sb_length = 0x5000

I/bootchecker( 418): ART booting... skip bootchecking!!

D/QSEECOMD: ( 431): Init ssd_start ret = 0
Here's the interesting part, in Download mode I don't see a KNOX counter at all. I'm not familiar with new devices, but this is what my screen says:

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ODIN MODE
PRODUCT: SM-G900V
CURRENT BINARY: SAMSUNG OFFICIAL
SYSTEM STATUS: CUSTOM
REACTIVATION LOCK(KK): OFF
QUALCOMM SECUREBOOT: ENABLE (CSB)
RP SWREV: S1, T1, R1, A1, P1
UDC START
Now, I may be crazy but I'm pretty sure the S4 and N3 both have a Knox counter in Download even if you haven't done anything to it yet. But maybe I'm just nuts.
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I think you may be on to something here.. With all the code I see, it looks like certain booting processes and such have changed....ART stands for 'Android Runtime' and is experimental to 4.4.2 ... Sounds like experimental, may be a key to getting root......
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Kuronosan you should tell chainfire or Jcase about this

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