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5th July 2011, 03:38 PM |#1001  
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Thanks Chainfire. I bought you a beer.

It took me a while to figure out what KE2/7/8 and KF1/2/3/4 meant and how to look it up on my SGS2. Once I did, the process was very easy.

I think adding the following information at the top of the first post will help a lot of people:

1.) The CF-Root process is dependant on your phone's particular kernel.
2.) The kernel on your particular Samsung Galaxy S II is dependent on build-date, geographic location, and brand.
3.) How to lookup the kernel name.
4.) How to associate the important letters in the kernel name with the appropreate CF-Root file download.
 
 
5th July 2011, 04:34 PM |#1002  
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i flashed wif KF1 kernel and i wanna pull framework-res.apk but it doesnt come out.

i then tried to adb shell and su but it says permission denied...any help?
5th July 2011, 04:47 PM |#1003  
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Adb pull /system/framework/

should do it. You dont need to type rootsh

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5th July 2011, 05:15 PM |#1004  
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Adb pull /system/framework/

should do it. You dont need to type rootsh

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thanks alot.
i read the help and it ask me to give a destination so i added a c:\ behind and it didnt work

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5th July 2011, 05:38 PM |#1005  
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As destination a . will do fine

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5th July 2011, 05:48 PM |#1006  
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Hi.

I rooted my phone with CF-Kernel and installed a custom battery icon pack. Now i flashed back to a normal Kernel, then to a normal insecure kernel, used the S2 Root Tool to "UnRoot" it, but there is still the clockword mod manager and the clockwork mod recovery.

I just wanted to replace the battery icon pack and then get back to the state I had before (Original Kernel, Original Firmware, Original Recovery Version, No Root, No CWM Manager). Please dont question why I want this, I would rather appreciate if someone could help me since I am really confused right now.

Thanks in advance for any help .

//edit: Flashing back to the original kernel seems to have removed the CWM Recovery, but the Application is still there and I need to get rid of it.
5th July 2011, 06:19 PM |#1007  
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You still have root. Use Titanium Backup to remove the aps you dont want. You can always install superuser apk on data from market.

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5th July 2011, 06:48 PM |#1008  
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Getting rid of that pesky warning triangle during boot.
(4) Find an original Samsung signed stock kernel (preferably from the same stock firmware you have, but it's not terribly important)

Where do i get the stock kernel from?
5th July 2011, 07:02 PM |#1009  
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Where do i get the stock kernel from?

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5th July 2011, 07:06 PM |#1010  
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You still have root. Use Titanium Backup to remove the aps you dont want. You can always install superuser apk on data from market.

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I still have kinda root, yes. If I use the unroot tool to unroot, it says its successfull. After that I flashed back the original secure kernel.

But now when I flash the insecure kernel in order to try to root with the root tool, it aborts because it alredy have root. Whats the matter with this? How can I get rid of the root without having to flash the original rom back?
5th July 2011, 08:32 PM |#1011  
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Hi, i want to ask two things:

1. If is posible to root my SGS2 using this kernel. It is from Mexico and this is the system info:

PDA: I9100UMKE1

PHONE: I9100UHKD8

CSC: I9100TCEKE1

Build Info: Fri May 13 18:48:25 KST 2011

OCode: GT-I9100LKLTCE

2. How can i find a stock kernel. It is not listed in this thread.

I hope you can help me.

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