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Note 3 n9005 - Current Binary

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8th January 2014, 12:12 PM   |  #1  
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I'm in need a help with my Galaxy Note 3 n9005.
I have rooted my Note3 by kingoapp and now, seeing in Odin Mode the CURRENT BINARY was changed to CUSTOM and the KNOX WARRANTY VOID to 0x1.

I know that there is not way to reset the KNOX WARRANTY VOID.

The questions is: When I try do Software Update I get a message that is not possible do Software Update because I have changed my android.
Is still possible change my CURRENT BINARY Custom to Samsung Official? And if it be possible, the Software Update will work?

How can I change my CURRENT BINARY: Custom to Samsung Official?

Thx.
8th January 2014, 12:14 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by leandroaa

I'm in need a help with my Galaxy Note 3 n9005.
I have rooted my Note3 by kingoapp and now, seeing in Odin Mode the CURRENT BINARY was changed to CUSTOM and the KNOX WARRANTY VOID to 0x1.

I know that there is not way to reset the KNOX WARRANTY VOID.

The questions is: When I try do Software Update I get a message that is not possible do Software Update because I have changed my android.
Is still possible change my CURRENT BINARY Custom to Samsung Official? And if it be possible, the Software Update will work?

How can I change my CURRENT BINARY: Custom to Samsung Official?

Thx.

you can change it with wanam dont know if it will do Software Updates
8th January 2014, 03:57 PM   |  #3  
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Binary custum can be reset by flashing stock

System statzs by wanam exposwd

Knox warranty cant be reset

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SM-N9005 DBT-DMJ7 0x0
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8th January 2014, 06:08 PM   |  #4  
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Binary custum can be reset by flashing stock

System statzs by wanam exposwd

Knox warranty cant be reset

hit 'thanks' if i helped you
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ALL of this, and my advice, READ a whole lot more before you change stuff on your device.
22nd February 2015, 07:22 AM   |  #5  
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note 3 current binary: custom
hi
i updated my galaxy note 3 sm-n9005 lte to lollipop using the firmware on sammobile.com
my phone works
but when i try to boot in recovery mode it writes this on the screen:
current binary: custom
system status: custom
knox warranty void: 0x0

how can i bring back my system status and current binary to official?
please help me
22nd February 2015, 08:11 AM   |  #6  
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Originally Posted by farshidnsattari

hi
i updated my galaxy note 3 sm-n9005 lte to lollipop using the firmware on sammobile.com
my phone works
but when i try to boot in recovery mode it writes this on the screen:
current binary: custom
system status: custom
knox warranty void: 0x0

how can i bring back my system status and current binary to official?
please help me

Wipe cache and dalvik 3 time then reflash the stock lollipop from sammobile and wipe egain!
22nd February 2015, 08:33 AM   |  #7  
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Wipe cache and dalvik 3 time then reflash the stock lollipop from sammobile and wipe egain!

thanks for your message
how can i wipe cache?
since my phone doesnt boot in recovery mode
what is dalvik?

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