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[guide] how to revert back to gb from lpy ics

16th May 2012, 11:27 AM   |  #31  
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What are your plans with the Note, getting a new MOBO or moving to something else?

New MoBo and business as usual. You never leave that big, fat screen once you get a taste of it.

I purchased a SGS2 in the meantime, but it feels ridiculously tiny after the Note.
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16th May 2012, 04:46 PM   |  #32  
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Even though you have done it, it does not rule out the possibility of incuring issues at a later stage. Perhaps you should sit tight with LPY as suggested by Mr. Chasmodo

i don't want to take the risk anymore. and the most important part is i never heard anyone bricked their device while using Mobile Odin yet.
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16th May 2012, 07:13 PM   |  #33  
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Reverted back using Mobile Odin and CF-LC1 kernel. Did not encounter any problems.

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17th May 2012, 04:27 AM   |  #34  
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Question: Is using Heimdall on a Mac the same as PC Odin on a PC?

Another question: Is 'full-wipe' = 'wipe/data factory' reset in CWM? If not, can someone define full-wipe for me please?

I did a wipe/data in CWM while on CF LPY before flashing TMT 1.2 LPY rom (As per OP instructions). So many contradicting messages floating around threads at the moment!
17th May 2012, 07:20 AM   |  #35  
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Question: Is using Heimdall on a Mac the same as PC Odin on a PC?

Yes.

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Another question: Is 'full-wipe' = 'wipe/data factory' reset in CWM? If not, can someone define full-wipe for me please?

Full wipe is:
1. factory reset
2. cache wipe
3. dalvik wipe
17th May 2012, 06:26 PM   |  #36  
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Look, I also think that PC Odin must be 100% safe....

provided you didn't do any wipes prior to using it on stock ICS.

If you did, and your Note has a wonky EMMC chip, nothing would work for you: neither PC, Mobile Odin or Abyss.

You're fcuked.



I was on LPY. Did a full wipe on the LPY rom and after a while decided to revert back to GB rom (KK1) so I used the pc odin method and once completed i rebooted to recovery to wipe factory and cache. Now back to GB rom with no problems.
18th May 2012, 03:59 AM   |  #37  
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how about LPF? it has a new bootloader, is it downgradable?
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how about LPF? it has a new bootloader, is it downgradable?

Check this OUT
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18th May 2012, 05:29 AM   |  #39  
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I followed this XDA guide for install the ICS 4 (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=1840). So that i already flashed CF root, on my Note. So should i again flash it? If i re-flash same kernel again it will make any trouble?

If i need, flash again CF root how do i reboot into recovery?

Thanks in advanced!
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but see here for more details. lots of users reported bricked when using PC Odin, nothing yet on Mobile Odin (Including Me)

1 - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1653809
2 - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1653582

So, wait - because PC Odin failed due to classic symptoms of THE DAMAGE IS ALREADY DONE, it's at fault?

Not a single one of those posts shows any evidence that PC Odin bricked their device - they all show indications of users that failed to flash with PC Odin because they MMC was ALREADY DAMAGED.

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there's plenty of reports user bricked their device while using Pc Odin. Mobile Odin is the safest for now, coz no one reported anything yet...

There isn't a single report of a user bricking with PC odin - Show me ONE that isn't an example of a user failing to flash in Odin because their partition is already damaged OR is a historic example of a user being an idiot and flashing bootloaders.


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Look, I also think that PC Odin must be 100% safe....

provided you didn't do any wipes prior to using it on stock ICS.

If you did, and your Note has a wonky EMMC chip, nothing would work for you: neither PC, Mobile Odin or Abyss.

You're fcuked.

Yup. PC Odin is the only 100% safe way to install a fresh kernel.

And that's the other BIG problem with this guide - why is it telling a user to go from a dangerous kernel to YET ANOTHER dangerous kernel (XXLPY-based?)

The safest way to get away from ICS is:
Use PC Odin or Heimdall to flash a safe Gingerbread kernel with working CWM (NOT a full firmware package, and DO NOT mess with repartitioning), such as a Gingerbread CF-Root release. From there you can wipe and then flash whatever you want.

To be clear - JUST flash a safe kernel and then wipe/flash using that - don't flash anything else in PC Odin. If the full firmware package you flash has bootloaders it could hose you.
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