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clarkk

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Sep 19, 2005
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Hiya,

Can somebody post the output of "sudo heimdall print-pit --verbose" from linux with a fully working 16gb galaxy note?

Thanks!
 

eitama

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Sep 18, 2010
625
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Hod Hasharon
Hiya,

Can somebody post the output of "sudo heimdall print-pit --verbose" from linux with a fully working 16gb galaxy note?

Thanks!

I can do it if you do the same with none working Note :)
Can I do it from Windows?

Heimdall doesn't recognize my note, Odin does, When I tried installing heimdall drivers, i run zadig.exe, it won't show me any Samsung device in the list (yes i pressed show all and phone is connected in download mode.)
So i can't do what you want from this computer, i'll try again at home.
 
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Sine.

Senior Member
Here is the output from my Note :
Code:
 Heimdall v1.3 (beta), Copyright (c) 2010-2011, Benjamin Dobell, Glass Echidna
http://www.glassechidna.com.au

This software is provided free of charge. Copying and redistribution is
encouraged.

If you appreciate this software and you would like to support future
development please consider donating:
http://www.glassechidna.com.au/donate/

Initialising connection...
Detecting device...
      Manufacturer: "SAMSUNG"
           Product: "Gadget Serial"
         Serial No: "?"

            length: 18
      device class: 2
               S/N: 0
           VID:PID: 04E8:685D
         bcdDevice: 021B
   iMan:iProd:iSer: 1:2:0
          nb confs: 1

interface[0].altsetting[0]: num endpoints = 1
   Class.SubClass.Protocol: 02.02.01
       endpoint[0].address: 83
           max packet size: 0010
          polling interval: 09

interface[1].altsetting[0]: num endpoints = 2
   Class.SubClass.Protocol: 0A.00.00
       endpoint[0].address: 81
           max packet size: 0200
          polling interval: 00
       endpoint[1].address: 02
           max packet size: 0200
          polling interval: 00
Claiming interface...
Attempt failed. Detaching driver...
Claiming interface again...
Setting up interface...

Beginning session...
Handshaking with Loke...

Downloading device's PIT file...
PIT file download sucessful

Entry Count: 15
Unknown 1: 0
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Unknown 4: 0
Unknown 5: 0
Unknown 6: 0
Unknown 7: 0
Unknown 8: 0


--- Entry #0 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 0
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 0
Partition Block Count: 0
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: GANG
Filename: emmc.img


--- Entry #1 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 1
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 0
Partition Block Count: 0
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: BOOT
Filename: boot.bin


--- Entry #2 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 4
Partition Flags: 1 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 8192
Partition Block Count: 40960
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: EFS
Filename: efs.img


--- Entry #3 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 2
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 49152
Partition Block Count: 2560
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: SBL1
Filename: Sbl.bin


--- Entry #4 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 3
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 53248
Partition Block Count: 2560
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: SBL2
Filename: 


--- Entry #5 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 5
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 57344
Partition Block Count: 16384
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: PARAM
Filename: param.lfs


--- Entry #6 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 6
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 73728
Partition Block Count: 16384
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: KERNEL
Filename: zImage


--- Entry #7 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 7
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 90112
Partition Block Count: 16384
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: RECOVERY
Filename: 


--- Entry #8 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 8
Partition Flags: 1 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 106496
Partition Block Count: 409600
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: CACHE
Filename: cache.img


--- Entry #9 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 9
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 516096
Partition Block Count: 32768
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: MODEM
Filename: modem.bin


--- Entry #10 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 10
Partition Flags: 1 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 548864
Partition Block Count: 1744896
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: FACTORYFS
Filename: factoryfs.img


--- Entry #11 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 11
Partition Flags: 1 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 2293760
Partition Block Count: 4194304
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: DATAFS
Filename: data.img


--- Entry #12 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 12
Partition Flags: 2 (R/W)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 6488064
Partition Block Count: 23232512
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: UMS
Filename: ums.rfs


--- Entry #13 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 13
Partition Flags: 1 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 29720576
Partition Block Count: 1048576
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: HIDDEN
Filename: hidden.img


--- Entry #14 ---
Unused: Yes
Partition Type: 1 (Unknown)
Partition Identifier: 9
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 0
Partition Block Count: 0
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: 
Filename: 

Ending session...
Re-attaching kernel driver...
I don't know if it worth mentioning it, but at the end I got some libusb errors -7.
 
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Chris X.

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Aug 1, 2009
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Berlin
Maybe its because the permission is denied.

Pls try it with this:

sudo chmod 666 /dev/bus/usb/001/00*

* stands for the port.

e.g.

If you have a "USB -7" error, so pls type this:

sudo chmod 666 /dev/bus/usb/001/007

or

If you have a "USB -3" error, so pls type this:

sudo chmod 666 /dev/bus/usb/001/003

and so on...
 

clarkk

Member
Sep 19, 2005
24
4
Thanks guys, i dont have the file near me from a broken note but i believe it looks the same still, i was trying to make sense of the heimdall readout. Its odd that doing a dump of the pit file from it produces a different binary file than the one that everybody is using with odin.
 

The_Steph

Senior Member
Mar 20, 2007
886
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Paris
Chris X.,

I did it from Windows and here is the result
Code:
c:\Temp\Heimdall>heimdall.exe print-pit --verbose
Heimdall v1.3.1, Copyright (c) 2010-2011, Benjamin Dobell, Glass Echidna
http://www.glassechidna.com.au

This software is provided free of charge. Copying and redistribution is
encouraged.

If you appreciate this software and you would like to support future
development please consider donating:
http://www.glassechidna.com.au/donate/

Initialising connection...
Detecting device...
      Manufacturer: "SAMSUNG"
           Product: "Gadget Serial"

            length: 18
      device class: 2
               S/N: 0
           VID:PID: 04E8:685D
         bcdDevice: 021B
   iMan:iProd:iSer: 1:2:0
          nb confs: 1

interface[0].altsetting[0]: num endpoints = 1
   Class.SubClass.Protocol: 02.02.01
       endpoint[0].address: 83
           max packet size: 0010
          polling interval: 09

interface[1].altsetting[0]: num endpoints = 2
   Class.SubClass.Protocol: 0A.00.00
       endpoint[0].address: 81
           max packet size: 0200
          polling interval: 00
       endpoint[1].address: 02
           max packet size: 0200
          polling interval: 00
Claiming interface...
Setting up interface...

Checking if protocol is initialised...
Protocol is initialised.

Beginning session...
Session begun with device of type: 131072

Downloading device's PIT file...
PIT file download sucessful

Entry Count: 15
Unknown 1: 0
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Unknown 4: 0
Unknown 5: 0
Unknown 6: 0
Unknown 7: 0
Unknown 8: 0


--- Entry #0 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 0
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 0
Partition Block Count: 0
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: GANG
Filename: emmc.img


--- Entry #1 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 1
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 0
Partition Block Count: 0
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: BOOT
Filename: boot.bin


--- Entry #2 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 4
Partition Flags: 1 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 8192
Partition Block Count: 40960
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: EFS
Filename: efs.img


--- Entry #3 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 2
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 49152
Partition Block Count: 2560
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: SBL1
Filename: Sbl.bin


--- Entry #4 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 3
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 53248
Partition Block Count: 2560
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: SBL2
Filename:


--- Entry #5 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 5
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 57344
Partition Block Count: 16384
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: PARAM
Filename: param.lfs


--- Entry #6 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 6
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 73728
Partition Block Count: 16384
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: KERNEL
Filename: zImage


--- Entry #7 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 7
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 90112
Partition Block Count: 16384
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: RECOVERY
Filename:


--- Entry #8 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 8
Partition Flags: 1 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 106496
Partition Block Count: 409600
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: CACHE
Filename: cache.img


--- Entry #9 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 9
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 516096
Partition Block Count: 32768
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: MODEM
Filename: modem.bin


--- Entry #10 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 10
Partition Flags: 1 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 548864
Partition Block Count: 1744896
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: FACTORYFS
Filename: factoryfs.img


--- Entry #11 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 11
Partition Flags: 1 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 2293760
Partition Block Count: 4194304
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: DATAFS
Filename: data.img


--- Entry #12 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 12
Partition Flags: 2 (R/W)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 6488064
Partition Block Count: 23232512
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: UMS
Filename: ums.rfs


--- Entry #13 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 13
Partition Flags: 1 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 29720576
Partition Block Count: 1048576
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: HIDDEN
Filename: hidden.img


--- Entry #14 ---
Unused: Yes
Partition Type: 1 (Unknown)
Partition Identifier: 9
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 0
Partition Block Count: 0
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name:
Filename:

Ending session...
Rebooting device...

Hope it helps...

By the way, is it possible to do a bit by bit (in other words a RAW) ROM extraction/flash (many people including me would do it considered the work you already did for the community and the fact that we would learn a bit more on Note internals) so afterwards, an simple EFS restore would restore you Note original hardware information?
 
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Chris X.

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Berlin
Thats mine from a stock note with stock firmware LB1.

Code:
[email protected]:~$ adb reboot download
* daemon not running. starting it now on port 5037 *
* daemon started successfully *
[email protected]:~$ sudo heimdall print-pit --verbose
[sudo] password for chris: 
Heimdall v1.3.1, Copyright (c) 2010-2011, Benjamin Dobell, Glass Echidna
http://www.glassechidna.com.au

This software is provided free of charge. Copying and redistribution is
encouraged.

If you appreciate this software and you would like to support future
development please consider donating:
http://www.glassechidna.com.au/donate/

Initialising connection...
Detecting device...
      Manufacturer: "SAMSUNG"
           Product: "Gadget Serial"
         Serial No: "?"

            length: 18
      device class: 2
               S/N: 0
           VID:PID: 04E8:685D
         bcdDevice: 021B
   iMan:iProd:iSer: 1:2:0
          nb confs: 1

interface[0].altsetting[0]: num endpoints = 1
   Class.SubClass.Protocol: 02.02.01
       endpoint[0].address: 83
           max packet size: 0010
          polling interval: 09

interface[1].altsetting[0]: num endpoints = 2
   Class.SubClass.Protocol: 0A.00.00
       endpoint[0].address: 81
           max packet size: 0200
          polling interval: 00
       endpoint[1].address: 02
           max packet size: 0200
          polling interval: 00
Claiming interface...
Attempt failed. Detaching driver...
Claiming interface again...
Setting up interface...

Checking if protocol is initialised...
Protocol is not initialised.
Initialising protocol...
Handshaking with Loke...

Beginning session...
Session begun with device of type: 131072

Downloading device's PIT file...
PIT file download sucessful

Entry Count: 15
Unknown 1: 0
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Unknown 4: 0
Unknown 5: 0
Unknown 6: 0
Unknown 7: 0
Unknown 8: 0


--- Entry #0 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 0
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 0
Partition Block Count: 0
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: GANG
Filename: emmc.img


--- Entry #1 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 1
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 0
Partition Block Count: 0
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: BOOT
Filename: boot.bin


--- Entry #2 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 4
Partition Flags: 1 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 8192
Partition Block Count: 40960
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: EFS
Filename: efs.img


--- Entry #3 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 2
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 49152
Partition Block Count: 2560
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: SBL1
Filename: Sbl.bin


--- Entry #4 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 3
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 53248
Partition Block Count: 2560
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: SBL2
Filename: 


--- Entry #5 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 5
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 57344
Partition Block Count: 16384
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: PARAM
Filename: param.lfs


--- Entry #6 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 6
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 73728
Partition Block Count: 16384
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: KERNEL
Filename: zImage


--- Entry #7 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 7
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 90112
Partition Block Count: 16384
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: RECOVERY
Filename: 


--- Entry #8 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 8
Partition Flags: 1 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 106496
Partition Block Count: 409600
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: CACHE
Filename: cache.img


--- Entry #9 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 9
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 516096
Partition Block Count: 32768
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: MODEM
Filename: modem.bin


--- Entry #10 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 10
Partition Flags: 1 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 548864
Partition Block Count: 1744896
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: FACTORYFS
Filename: factoryfs.img


--- Entry #11 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 11
Partition Flags: 1 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 2293760
Partition Block Count: 4194304
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: DATAFS
Filename: data.img


--- Entry #12 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 12
Partition Flags: 2 (R/W)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 6488064
Partition Block Count: 23232512
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: UMS
Filename: ums.rfs


--- Entry #13 ---
Unused: No
Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
Partition Identifier: 13
Partition Flags: 1 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 29720576
Partition Block Count: 1048576
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: HIDDEN
Filename: hidden.img


--- Entry #14 ---
Unused: Yes
Partition Type: 1 (Unknown)
Partition Identifier: 9
Partition Flags: 0 (R)
Unknown 1: 0
Partition Block Size: 0
Partition Block Count: 0
Unknown 2: 0
Unknown 3: 0
Partition Name: 
Filename: 

Ending session...
Rebooting device...
Re-attaching kernel driver...
[email protected]:~$
 

eitama

Senior Member
Sep 18, 2010
625
202
Hod Hasharon
Maybe its because the permission is denied.

Pls try it with this:

sudo chmod 666 /dev/bus/usb/001/00*

* stands for the port.

e.g.

If you have a "USB -7" error, so pls type this:

sudo chmod 666 /dev/bus/usb/001/007

or

If you have a "USB -3" error, so pls type this:

sudo chmod 666 /dev/bus/usb/001/003

and so on...

Sadly i'm on Windows. :)
 

Sine.

Senior Member
Maybe its because the permission is denied.

Pls try it with this:
[...]

If you have a "USB -7" error, so pls type this:

sudo chmod 666 /dev/bus/usb/001/007
[...]
Thanks for the suggestion, but (sadly?) it doesn't work : "No files or folders of this type"
I've got 001, 002, 003, 006 and 014 in /dev/bus/usb/001/, and 001, 002, 003, 004 and 005 in /dev/bus/usb/002/, but no 007.
The error I've got after Re-attaching kernel driver... is ERROR: libusb error -7 whilst receiving packet. Retrying...
 

inertiax3

Senior Member
Apr 14, 2008
812
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Thanks for the suggestion, but (sadly?) it doesn't work : "No files or folders of this type"
I've got 001, 002, 003, 006 and 014 in /dev/bus/usb/001/, and 001, 002, 003, 004 and 005 in /dev/bus/usb/002/, but no 007.
The error I've got after Re-attaching kernel driver... is ERROR: libusb error -7 whilst receiving packet. Retrying...

I think I got this error when I used my USBtoRS232 converter.. Needed a newer Linux kernel to get rid of the error or updated libusb package..
 

Chris X.

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Aug 1, 2009
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Berlin
Thanks for the suggestion, but (sadly?) it doesn't work : "No files or folders of this type"
I've got 001, 002, 003, 006 and 014 in /dev/bus/usb/001/, and 001, 002, 003, 004 and 005 in /dev/bus/usb/002/, but no 007.
The error I've got after Re-attaching kernel driver... is ERROR: libusb error -7 whilst receiving packet. Retrying...

Which version of Ubuntu do you have?

Pls try this:

Code:
sudo apt-get install libusb-dev

if you need an upgrade, so pls try this:

Code:
sudo bash -c "apt-get update && apt-get upgrade"

btw --> http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=23187465&postcount=1486
 
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    Chris X.,

    I did it from Windows and here is the result
    Code:
    c:\Temp\Heimdall>heimdall.exe print-pit --verbose
    Heimdall v1.3.1, Copyright (c) 2010-2011, Benjamin Dobell, Glass Echidna
    http://www.glassechidna.com.au
    
    This software is provided free of charge. Copying and redistribution is
    encouraged.
    
    If you appreciate this software and you would like to support future
    development please consider donating:
    http://www.glassechidna.com.au/donate/
    
    Initialising connection...
    Detecting device...
          Manufacturer: "SAMSUNG"
               Product: "Gadget Serial"
    
                length: 18
          device class: 2
                   S/N: 0
               VID:PID: 04E8:685D
             bcdDevice: 021B
       iMan:iProd:iSer: 1:2:0
              nb confs: 1
    
    interface[0].altsetting[0]: num endpoints = 1
       Class.SubClass.Protocol: 02.02.01
           endpoint[0].address: 83
               max packet size: 0010
              polling interval: 09
    
    interface[1].altsetting[0]: num endpoints = 2
       Class.SubClass.Protocol: 0A.00.00
           endpoint[0].address: 81
               max packet size: 0200
              polling interval: 00
           endpoint[1].address: 02
               max packet size: 0200
              polling interval: 00
    Claiming interface...
    Setting up interface...
    
    Checking if protocol is initialised...
    Protocol is initialised.
    
    Beginning session...
    Session begun with device of type: 131072
    
    Downloading device's PIT file...
    PIT file download sucessful
    
    Entry Count: 15
    Unknown 1: 0
    Unknown 2: 0
    Unknown 3: 0
    Unknown 4: 0
    Unknown 5: 0
    Unknown 6: 0
    Unknown 7: 0
    Unknown 8: 0
    
    
    --- Entry #0 ---
    Unused: No
    Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
    Partition Identifier: 0
    Partition Flags: 0 (R)
    Unknown 1: 0
    Partition Block Size: 0
    Partition Block Count: 0
    Unknown 2: 0
    Unknown 3: 0
    Partition Name: GANG
    Filename: emmc.img
    
    
    --- Entry #1 ---
    Unused: No
    Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
    Partition Identifier: 1
    Partition Flags: 0 (R)
    Unknown 1: 0
    Partition Block Size: 0
    Partition Block Count: 0
    Unknown 2: 0
    Unknown 3: 0
    Partition Name: BOOT
    Filename: boot.bin
    
    
    --- Entry #2 ---
    Unused: No
    Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
    Partition Identifier: 4
    Partition Flags: 1 (R)
    Unknown 1: 0
    Partition Block Size: 8192
    Partition Block Count: 40960
    Unknown 2: 0
    Unknown 3: 0
    Partition Name: EFS
    Filename: efs.img
    
    
    --- Entry #3 ---
    Unused: No
    Partition Type: 2 (EXT4)
    Partition Identifier: 2
    Partition Flags: 0 (R)
    Unknown 1: 0
    Partition Block Size: 49152
    Partition Block Count: 2560
    Unknown 2: 0
    Unknown 3: 0
    Partition Name: SBL1
    Filename: Sbl.bin
    
    
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    Ending session...
    Rebooting device...

    Hope it helps...

    By the way, is it possible to do a bit by bit (in other words a RAW) ROM extraction/flash (many people including me would do it considered the work you already did for the community and the fact that we would learn a bit more on Note internals) so afterwards, an simple EFS restore would restore you Note original hardware information?