I wonder if your tool can be used to extract my current rom? My note2 is Vodafone contract and the baseband version is N7100BUALI8, build number is JRO03C.N7100XXALIJ, which contains some of the Vodafone apps that cannot be uninstalled. All the stock rooms available to download are not matched. For warranty reason, if I want to have it warranty, I need to put it back to the original firmware as well as not having any binary counter. Thus, I would like to have my original firmware back up before install anything that could put me at risk.
I am not sure if NANDROID backup is the option that I need but when I tried, your tool guides me to use ODIN to flash a unsecured boot image, which I think will raise the counter and I did not continue.
Many thanks and I am looking forward to using your tool.
There is no way that you will be able to back up your current Rom without raising the flash counter as you will need to either flash an insecure kernel or flash a custom recovery. The best way to keep it as close to stock as possible is to flash cwm recovery, boot to recovery and backup the rom. The only stock part that will not be saved is the recovery but you can easily flash a stock recovery after restoring the image. Of course that requires flashing cwm recovery which will raise the flash counter so if you are really that worried then maybe you should just stick with stock until the flash counter can be reset. Im sure it wont take too long.
Personally my flash counter is upto 15 already
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