(Galaxy s2)After Custom firmware, Possible to put stock OS back?

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iDemonz

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Mar 23, 2012
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Heya guys,

I currently own a Samsung galaxy s2, which is still in warranty.

I was wondering if after i flash it with a custom ROM of ICS, i was thinking about sticking on Resurrection Remix ics v1.0 PRO.

If it were possible to literally put the stock operating system back onto it, potentially reapplying my warranty?

Cheers in advance guys,
Demonz
 

LynXT

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Jan 29, 2012
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Heya guys,

I currently own a Samsung galaxy s2, which is still in warranty.

I was wondering if after i flash it with a custom ROM of ICS, i was thinking about sticking on Resurrection Remix ics v1.0 PRO.

If it were possible to literally put the stock operating system back onto it, potentially reapplying my warranty?

Cheers in advance guys,
Demonz
Obviously you void the warranty but if you want the root re-apply will have to search the forum on how to install the original firmware

: D
 

iDemonz

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Mar 23, 2012
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Obviously you void the warranty but if you want the root re-apply will have to search the forum on how to install the original firmware

: D

Do you know if there is anyway to take a complete backup of how my phone is now? and if wanted to literally just reload it all back at a later stage?
 

icenight89

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Dec 18, 2010
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yup. Odin custom recovery cwm, then make a nandroid backup of the stock image of your phone. Then flash rom through cwm. If u have to rma it simply restore stock backup and odin back stock recovery. No counter trip.
 
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