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[kernel] sch-i535 (s3 verizon) rooted insecure kernels - important info!

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So once in download mode, not one has had luck with this root?
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Ok, im removing kernel for now for future testing.
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Can someone try to flash this one and tell me if it works:

http://samsung-updates.com/kernel/Sa...LF2_Kernel.zip

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That is the stock one, correct? It flashed successfully for me. Same method as the failed rooted one.
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Ok then, there is additional check added to verizon version of phone. It looks like it dont allow flashing unsigned boot.img, im curious if the same will be with recovery.img if so then Verizon owners are doomed for a while untill we figure out how to override this protection.
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yea I really think Verizon snuck some sort of security check in there

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forgive my ignorance, but does this have anything to do with the bootloader, i.e., we need to unlock it?
 
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try the recovery from: http://www.epiccm.org/2012/06/cwm-re...-variants.html
 
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tried that last night
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