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[Q] (SCH-i605) Restore factory image without USB Debugging enabled

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12th October 2013, 04:30 PM |#11  
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You better concentrate on the issue and not in evaluating people suggestions....

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12th October 2013, 05:08 PM |#12  
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You better concentrate on the issue and not in evaluating people suggestions....

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The OP stated that they've tried Odin and can't boot into Android. Without them providing more information about what Odin file(s) they flashed and how they were used (PIT file, what section where they flashed through), nothing you suggested is of any use. You can't use the hidden menu without booting into Android, and we need more info about Odin packages used/tried.
12th October 2013, 08:37 PM |#13  
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Use hidden menu apk and enable USB debug through it....

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Can you please troll for increasing your post count somewhere else. Thanks.
14th October 2013, 01:13 AM |#14  
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Let's stop this here before it becomes an issue. Read before posting, no flaming, follow the rules.:thumbup:

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22nd October 2013, 04:54 PM |#15  
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The OP stated that they've tried Odin and can't boot into Android. Without them providing more information about what Odin file(s) they flashed and how they were used (PIT file, what section where they flashed through), nothing you suggested is of any use. You can't use the hidden menu without booting into Android, and we need more info about Odin packages used/tried.

I still cannot figure this out. Trying to get back to full stock/locked and unable to boot OS due to Yellow Triangle unauthorized software message.

I think the issue is no matter what I do, the bootloader is locked and "System Status: Custom" isn't changed back to stock status, and I am unable to get into the OS to enable USB Debugging and unable to run Triangle Away.

I am probably wrong but I think the first thing I need to achieve is an unlocked bootloader without having access to the OS and unable to turn on USB Debugging.


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Test 1
ODIN 3.07
BootloaderBaseline2.tar.md5.gz
sch-i605-16gb.pit

ODIN: FAIL
sboot.bin
FAIL!

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Test 2
ODIN 3.07
sch-i605-16gb.pit
root66_VZW_stock_system.tar.md5

Result:
Boots into setup wizard, first question select Language.
Withing 20 seconds reverts to Yellow Triangle unauthorized software

"Current Binary: Samsung Official"
"System Status: Custom"

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Test 3

ODIN 3.07
I605_VRALJB_Restore.tar.md5 ("alternate" no sboot.bin)
sch-i605-16gb.pit

Result:
Yellow Triangle
"Current Binary: Samsung Official"
"System Status: Custom"
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22nd October 2013, 10:15 PM |#16  
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For whatever it might be worth, here is the current OS config/properties detail.



[adb.recovery]: [1]

[android.telephony.apn-restore]: [1800000]

[dalvik.vm.dexopt-flags]: [m=y]

[dalvik.vm.heapgrowthlimit]: [64m]

[dalvik.vm.heapsize]: [256m]

[dalvik.vm.heapstartsize]: [8m]

[dalvik.vm.stack-trace-file]: [/data/anr/traces.txt]

[debug.hwui.render_dirty_regions]: [false]

[init.svc.adbd]: [running]

[init.svc.recovery]: [running]

[init.svc.ueventd]: [running]

[keyguard.no_require_sim]: [true]

[media.enable-commonsource]: [true]

[net.bt.name]: [Android]

[net.change]: [net.bt.name]

[net.streaming.rtsp.uaprof]: [wap.samsungmobile.com/uaprof/]

[persist.eons.enabled]: [false]

[persist.radio.add_power_save]: [1]

[persist.radio.apm_sim_not_pwdn]: [1]

[persist.radio.no_wait_for_card]: [1]

[persist.radio.snapshot_enabled]: [1]

[persist.radio.snapshot_timer]: [22]

[persist.sys.storage_preload]: [1]

[persist.sys.usb.config]: [mass_storage]

[persist.timed.enable]: [true]

[ril.dualmode.change]: [unknown]

[rild.libargs]: [-d /dev/ttyS0]

[rild.libpath]: [/system/lib/libril-qc-qmi-1.so]

[ro.adb.qemud]: [1]

[ro.allow.mock.location]: [0]

[ro.baseband]: [mdm]

[ro.board.platform]: [exynos4]

[ro.boot.baseband]: [mdm]

[ro.boot.bootloader]: [I605VRAMC3]

[ro.boot.debug_level]: [0x4f4c]

[ro.boot.emmc_checksum]: [3]

[ro.boot.odin_download]: [1]

[ro.bootloader]: [I605VRAMC3]

[ro.bootmode]: [unknown]

[ro.build.PDA]: [I605VRALJB]

[ro.build.changelist]: [414933]

[ro.build.characteristics]: [verizon]

[ro.build.date.utc]: [1351399133]

[ro.build.date]: [Sun Oct 28 13:38:53 KST 2012]

[ro.build.description]: [t0ltevzw-user 4.1.1 JRO03C I605VRALJB release-keys]

[ro.build.display.id]: [JRO03C.I605VRALJB]

[ro.build.fingerprint]: [Verizon/t0ltevzw/t0ltevzw:4.1.1/JRO03C/I605VRALJB:user/release-keys]

[ro.build.hidden_ver]: [I605VRALJBd]

[ro.build.host]: [SEP-112]

[ro.build.id]: [JRO03C]

[ro.build.product]: [t0ltevzw]

[ro.build.tags]: [release-keys]

[ro.build.type]: [user]

[ro.build.user]: [se.infra]

[ro.build.version.codename]: [REL]

[ro.build.version.incremental]: [I605VRALJB]

[ro.build.version.release]: [4.1.1]

[ro.build.version.sdk]: [16]

[ro.carrier]: [unknown]

[ro.chipname]: [smdk4x12_prime]

[ro.com.android.dateformat]: [MM-dd-yyyy]

[ro.com.google.apphider]: [off]

[ro.com.google.clientidbase.am]: [android-verizon]

[ro.com.google.clientidbase.gmm]: [android-samsung]

[ro.com.google.clientidbase.ms]: [android-verizon]

[ro.com.google.clientidbase.vs]: [android-verizon]

[ro.com.google.clientidbase.yt]: [android-verizon]

[ro.com.google.clientidbase]: [android-samsung]

[ro.com.google.gmsversion]: [4.1_r2]

[ro.config.alarm_alert]: [Walk_in_the_forest.ogg]

[ro.config.combined_signal]: [true]

[ro.config.media_sound]: [Media_preview_Touch_the_light.ogg]

[ro.config.multimode_cdma]: [1]

[ro.config.notification_sound]: [S_Whistle.ogg]

[ro.config.ringtone]: [Verizon_Airwaves.ogg]

[ro.config.vc_call_vol_steps]: [7]

[ro.debug_level]: [0x4f4c]

[ro.debuggable]: [0]

[ro.emmc_checksum]: [3]

[ro.error.receiver.default]: [com.samsung.receiver.error]

[ro.factorytest]: [0]

[ro.gsm.data_retry_config]: [max_retries=infinite,5000,5000,60000,120000,480000 ,900000]

[ro.hardware]: [smdk4x12]

[ro.hdcp2.rx]: [tz]

[ro.kernel.qemu]: [0]

[ro.lcd_min_brightness]: [20]

[ro.opengles.version]: [131072]

[ro.product.board]: [smdk4x12]

[ro.product.brand]: [Verizon]

[ro.product.cpu.abi2]: [armeabi]

[ro.product.cpu.abi]: [armeabi-v7a]

[ro.product.device]: [t0ltevzw]

[ro.product.locale.language]: [en]

[ro.product.locale.region]: [GB]

[ro.product.manufacturer]: [samsung]

[ro.product.model]: [SCH-I605]

[ro.product.name]: [t0ltevzw]

[ro.product_ship]: [true]

[ro.revision]: [10]

[ro.ril.ecclist]: [112,911,#911,*911]

[ro.ril.gprsclass]: [10]

[ro.ril.hsxpa]: [1]

[ro.sec.fle.encryption]: [true]

[ro.secure]: [1]

[ro.secwvk]: [220]


[ro.setupwizard.mode]: [DISABLED]

[ro.sf.lcd_density]: [320]

[ro.tvout.enable]: [true]

[ro.uart_debug]: [0]

[ro.use_data_netmgrd]: [true]

[ro.wifi.channels]: []

[telephony.lteOnCdmaDevice]: [1]

[vzw.telephony.appsapn-restore]: [60000]
23rd October 2013, 11:34 PM |#17  
Hey! I'm a noob as well. Check the files you're using to restore. Odin wasn't playing nice with them after the last update. Is debugging off by default on stock?
31st October 2013, 02:32 AM |#18  
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Um test 2 makes no sense. If you're getting that triangle you should not boot into the system at all. I would try that one again.


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Originally Posted by jobrienxda

I still cannot figure this out. Trying to get back to full stock/locked and unable to boot OS due to Yellow Triangle unauthorized software message.

I think the issue is no matter what I do, the bootloader is locked and "System Status: Custom" isn't changed back to stock status, and I am unable to get into the OS to enable USB Debugging and unable to run Triangle Away.

I am probably wrong but I think the first thing I need to achieve is an unlocked bootloader without having access to the OS and unable to turn on USB Debugging.


----------------------
Test 1
ODIN 3.07
BootloaderBaseline2.tar.md5.gz
sch-i605-16gb.pit

ODIN: FAIL
sboot.bin
FAIL!

-------------
Test 2
ODIN 3.07
sch-i605-16gb.pit
root66_VZW_stock_system.tar.md5

Result:
Boots into setup wizard, first question select Language.
Withing 20 seconds reverts to Yellow Triangle unauthorized software

"Current Binary: Samsung Official"
"System Status: Custom"

-------------------
Test 3

ODIN 3.07
I605_VRALJB_Restore.tar.md5 ("alternate" no sboot.bin)
sch-i605-16gb.pit

Result:
Yellow Triangle
"Current Binary: Samsung Official"
"System Status: Custom"

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Hi,
This happens to me a lot as I flash a ton of stuff. Basically, you will need to run Casual. Make sure that you go into your computer settings if you are using Windows and delete any Samsung driver files. Look for any USB drivers like lib drivers etc. Casual will install what a unique driver that will recognize your device when you don't have USB selected on your phone.

Be patient and look at the Casual screen. It will be automatic and eventually put you into TWRP recovery. Remember to flash the rooted version of the Odin version because there is a Blacklist of boot loaders(bin) that will keep giving you the software warning from Verizon. Other than that, you can flash whatever you want. I hope this helps. Also, depending of what type of computer OS you are using, I have found trying different versions of Casual. Please refer to the rooting/boot loader unlocking for more details and of the links. It will work and you will be able to get your phone back! Good luck.
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