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I have been trying to flash the new bootloader for the JMX2 and it keeps failing?

tried several versions of ODIN -- no good

tried from PDA, AP and BL tabs - all no good?

every option it starts - then fails

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I have been trying to flash the new bootloader for the JMX2 and it keeps failing?

tried several versions of ODIN -- no good

tried from PDA, AP and BL tabs - all no good?

every option it starts - then fails

Advice please
What was the last OTA/Kies/Odin flash you took that was successful?

Install the app below and check what your current bootloader version is.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...uyen.phoneinfo

I refuse to install the one way Knox bootloader and use reversible work arounds (Agni or devil kernel or Dr. Ketan's WiFi bootloader patch) to get where I need to go.

If you have to put on the Knox bootloader my suggestion is to pull a nandroid in TWRP of what ever you are running now. Odin the whole Samsung stock UVCMK7 ROM then Odin TWRP 2.7.0.1 as found on the TWRP website. Then flash JMX2 (or restore your nandroid if you are already on JMX2).


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Do you have a link to Samsung stock UVCMK7 ROM? I can't find it and been looking for a while.

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Do you have a link to Samsung stock UVCMK7 ROM? I can't find it and been looking for a while.

Thanks,

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Look at the sticky in development opened by MrRobinson for the root66 ROM. It is basically the stock image with root injected.

Or Google sammobile. The second option requires a login that's free of charge. I'd start at the sticky.

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