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The T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 already has received root tools but they increase the flash counter, but if you install a rooted stock firmware, it will not trip the flash counter, thanks to recognized XDA developer mrRobinson for releasing rooted stock ROM for T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 that don’t tease the flash counter and is based on T889UVALJ1 stock Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean firmware.
This guide shows you to how to root T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 without increasing the flash counter via rooted T889UVALJ1 stock Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean firmware. Do keep in mind that rooting will void the warranty of your device.
Just after the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S3, an rooting method also available for the T-Mobile Galaxy S3 that root the phone without increasing the flash counter, if you own Sprint Galaxy S3 and hasn’t root due to flash counter that allow Samsung to track the record of your installation on your device, say thanks to senior XDA developer member mrRobinson
Customization has become most popular among Android users, to get more and more features, Android user install different things on their Android device. But if you like install unofficial apps on your Android device, you have to root your device. Rooting also increase the flash counter of your device, flash counter lets manufacturer to track the installation record of your Android device, it saves the record that how many times you have installed a thing using the Odin.
So many people don’t root their Android device due to flash counter, but if you own a Verizon Galaxy S3, here’s solution for you. A XDA developer member enderblue has found a way to reset the flash counter of your Verizon Galaxy S3. Read on how to reset flash counter of Verizon Galaxy S3. The method has been tested on Verizon Galaxy S3 but it might also work on any Samsung Galaxy S3. Do keep in mind that Android ADB must be installed on your PC, be sure to follow our this guide to install ADB on your PC.
Number of people don’t like to root their Android device due to flash counter, because with flash counter, the Samsung can get the record of your installation on your device. If you own a Sprint Galaxy S3, don’t be worried about that, a XDA developer member mrRobinson has got solution for you.
The developer made pre-rooted stock L710VPALEN firmware, it’s stock rooted firmware that doesn’t increase the binary counter. Read on how to install L710VPALEN firmware on Sprint Galaxy S3 L710.
A few days Samsung released Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich XXLPY firmware for the Galaxy Note GT-N7000 and we’ve got a good news for those of you who love to customize their Galaxy Note, a root tool has been released to root Galaxy Note on Android 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich, it’ll root the device without increasing the flash counter.
Most of you don’t root the Android device due to increasing the flash counter, for those who’re not familiar about flash counter, it’s method that allows Samsung to track the installation record of your device like how many times you install anything using Odin.
Flashing provides both merits and demerits, however mostly people love to modify their Android device, many methods have learned to check for an extra anything that can damaged your device, it’s mostly called “Odin counter” and “flash counter.” It shows on device in download mode. Sometime when you install any non-Samsung kernel on device, it.
Some people don’t root their device due to increasing flash counter, and now users of Samsung Galaxy Note would be happy to know that, an XDA mebemer Mashi has released an Odin-Flashable root method for At&T Samsung Galaxy Note, it doesn’t increase flash counter. Don’t you have better knowledge about flash counter? Well! It’s way.