Originally Posted by EtherealRemnant
Yes but this goes a long way to proving that it isn't an efuse as has been suggested in the past and has been shot around as being a fact by so many. An efuse wouldn't ever be able to be reset. Since its being reset, there is a possibility (no matter how small) of figuring out how to reset the bootloader so that it is signed when it gets sent in for warranty or traded in for JUMP.
I agree. I never thought it was an e fuse myself. But private keys are nearly impossible to crack, unless released, which I doubt Samsung is going to leak.
If they put an e fuse in the phone, they would lose money replacing parts during their manufacturer warranty.
But, here's to hoping it does get cracked one day...:beer:
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