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Update to NC5 with Mobile Odin Pro and keep root, Knox 0x0

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Originally Posted by odicamillo View Post
Do you have to create a .md5 file or you can flash just the .tar file?
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I believe it will work with a tar file but I've not tried it myself. It would be safer to use the tar.md5 in case the tar file is corrupted.
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Thanks for your tutorial. I made update from 4.3 MFK to 4.4.2 NDG and everything was successful. I did my own way how to extract and pack bootloader via Cygwin64 Terminal.

# LG G3 (32GB): stock ROM (V10h-EUR-XX) - rooted
# Google Nexus 7 (2013): OmniROM 4.4.4 - unlocked bootloader - rooted
# Samsung Gear Fit (SM-R350): R350XXU0BNE5 - black/orange strap - GFM v1.67.0523
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Thank you!!!
Yesterday I installed GNE5 on my i9505, it is working like a charm. Knok void 0x0 and the phone kept the root. I built by myself the bootloader.tar.md5.
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