Why USB Jig can’t reset custom binary download counter on my Samsung Galaxy S II? Hey, USB Jig is not working… Well, you might get a faulty USB Jig in this case but unlikely. Most likely, you have new bootloader that prevent USB Jig to reset custom binary download counter on your Samsung Galaxy S2. So how to reset custom binary download counter in this situation? Simple, install old bootloader on your Samsung Galaxy S2. And your USB Jig is back to business then.
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After rooting Samsung Galaxy S II, a yellow triangle will show up at the bottom of Samsung Galaxy S2 Logo during boot up. The simplest way to remove yellow triangle on Samsung Galaxy S II ~ use micro USB Jig. However, USB Jig is not a common gadget that you can find in PC shop (I ordered mine from eBay). How to remove yellow triangle on Samsung Galaxy S2 without USB Jig? Check out below step by step video guide to find out. A long way to go but you can remove the sharp looking yellow triangle…
- Stock kernel
In short, you need to have stock kernel of the firmware that you are using. Flash it with Odin after you rooted SGS2. The stock kernel will remove the yellow triangle. Then re-flash kernel from CF-Root using CWM Manager. This will bring back ClockworkMod Recovery.
Note – You need a CF-Root that matches your Samsung Galaxy S2 kernel version. And stock kernel that matches your firmware.
Oh no, why is my Samsung Galaxy S II custom binary download counts are getting more and more? The custom binary download count will increase when you install custom firmware. +1 on every time you install a new custom firmware via Odin download mode. Some said install custom firmware on Samsung Galaxy S2 will void its warranty. Personally, I don’t think so because Samsung sent free Samsung Galaxy S2 to CyanogenMod team to develop custom CM7 ROM for Samsung Galaxy S2. Why Samsung did that if Samsung against custom firmware? And why not have a locked bootloader on Samsung Galaxy S2? So that nobody is able to install custom firmware. Anyway, we can reset custom binary download counter on Samsung Galaxy S2 with micro USB Jig. Cheer up…
If you install custom firmware on Samsung Galaxy S II, a yellow triangle will show up at the bottom of Samsung Galaxy S2 Logo during boot up. How to remove yellow triangle on Samsung Galaxy S2? The simplest way, get yourself a Micro USB Jig. Then use it to put Samsung Galaxy S2 into Odin download mode.