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Shaaan

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This is a much simpler and hasslefree process.

Download the root file from : here.

Instructions :
Put the downloaded root.zip in external sdcard.
Go to the stock recovery.
Select apply update from sdcard.
Select root.zip
Flash
Reboot

Please let me know if there are any problems!

Proof : forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=37976783&postcount=9

Credits :
Phil for finding the method..

I do not respond to tech support via PM
 
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robilaur

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Mar 14, 2011
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It doesnt work for me.
E:failed to verify whole-file signature
E: signature verification failed


I have stock Official 4.1.1 android version si stock recovery
XXALJL build.
 

Shaaan

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Ok, just as every other "signed". Zip's made for this model :-\

Sent thru time and space from my s3mini.

This zip is signed using Google developer keys. These keys get past Samsungs signature verification!
We have been using this zip on various 4.0+ devices..

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vonuzu

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Xiaomi Mi Note 10
Our device has some kind of next generation security. So I've read somewhere on this forum, and all of bypass security mods and hacks that worked on other devices don't work on this device. Like triangle away and other stuff..

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ladislav.heller

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Samsung digital certificate

Attached is the original Samsung digital certificate extracted from sec_csc.zip. You can open it in Windows and import if you want (just remove the .txt extension). But unfortunately it has no private key so we can't create signing hash for script files, etc. :(
 

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xd.bx

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Attached is the original Samsung digital certificate extracted from sec_csc.zip. You can open it in Windows and import if you want (just remove the .txt extension). But unfortunately it has no private key so we can't create signing hash for script files, etc. :(

Have you considered contacted Samsung to obtain their private key? I see no reason why they wouldn't give it to an unknown third party.
 
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benjaminv

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Would anyone with official 4.1.2 has been successful with this method make a confirmation here please? Thx!

This is a much simpler and hasslefree process.

Download the root file from : here.

Instructions :
Put the downloaded root.zip in external sdcard.
Go to the stock recovery.
Select apply update from sdcard.
Select root.zip
Flash
Reboot

Please let me know if there are any problems!

Proof : forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=37976783&postcount=9

Credits :
Phil for finding the method..

I do not respond to tech support via PM
 

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    This is a much simpler and hasslefree process.

    Download the root file from : here.

    Instructions :
    Put the downloaded root.zip in external sdcard.
    Go to the stock recovery.
    Select apply update from sdcard.
    Select root.zip
    Flash
    Reboot

    Please let me know if there are any problems!

    Proof : forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=37976783&postcount=9

    Credits :
    Phil for finding the method..

    I do not respond to tech support via PM
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    Stock recovery? How does it pass if not signed by samsung? :confused:

    This zip is made for stock.
    Its been signed..
    ;)

    I do not respond to tech support via PM
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    Stock recovery? How does it pass if not signed by samsung? :confused:
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    tested and not work faile signature verification and after tested with signing your zip with md5sum only signe and not work some message faile signature verification
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    Attached is the original Samsung digital certificate extracted from sec_csc.zip. You can open it in Windows and import if you want (just remove the .txt extension). But unfortunately it has no private key so we can't create signing hash for script files, etc. :(

    Have you considered contacted Samsung to obtain their private key? I see no reason why they wouldn't give it to an unknown third party.