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[TOOL] CSC Changer + Refurbishment Check ★NOTE 3★

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28th November 2014, 02:10 PM   |  #71  
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It's also possible to change the motherboard of a phone and still make it look like new. I don't believe it's new if has a count of about 200. How did you check the counts when you've not even bought the phone? It also need to be rooted before you can see that statics I believe! How did you check the counts when it has not been paid for and rooted?

Just FYI, this app can detect if the motherboard (mainboard) has been replaced by another one.
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Question Secret Codes menu...
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What is the Launch 0, 1 and 2 in the Secret codes menu?
2nd December 2014, 08:31 PM   |  #73  
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recovery info?
does it show recovery info also?
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Nope it does not show the recovery info.
I will consider to add this info in the future release.
Thanks for the suggestion.
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Originally Posted by noteiii

Great app.
What is the Launch 0, 1 and 2 in the Secret codes menu?

Launch 0 is a native way to launch the secret code with the root permission. When you enter the secret code in the dialpad, the dialer will also launch the secret code this way.

Launch 1 is the same as launch 0, except this method does not require root.

Launch 2 will simulate the action as you enter the secret code in the dialer.

On Samsung devices, look likes only Launch 0 method works. Other methods won't work on Samsung devices, but I provided them for the compatibility, just in case.
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1.At first I was using a custom rom with single csc code.
2. I dont quite like that ROM and restored my nandroid back up.
3. After restore, main csc code from previous ROM was still there.
4. So I changed my csc from nandroid back up(which has got multiple csc)
5. Then I restored nandroid back up after losing data from changing csc.

After all I have done, my refurbishment check was messed up. How can I make it look nice?
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18th December 2014, 02:21 AM   |  #77  
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1.At first I was using a custom rom with single csc code.
2. I dont quite like that ROM and restored my nandroid back up.
3. After restore, main csc code from previous ROM was still there.
4. So I changed my csc from nandroid back up(which has got multiple csc)
5. Then I restored nandroid back up after losing data from changing csc.

After all I have done, my refurbishment check was messed up. How can I make it look nice?

Download the stock firmware for your device (Menu > Firmware Browser) and flash via Odin. No data will be lost.
Hope that helps.
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Originally Posted by vndnguyen

Download the stock firmware for your device (Menu > Firmware Browser) and flash via Odin. No data will be lost.
Hope that helps.

Yes thanks for ur answer. Im now on Lollipop and thus my problem has gone.

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