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Adam Outler
4 years agoPublic
Odin protection has been defeated on Verizon Galaxy Note 2. This device will now accept a flash.
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Tech4YourNeeds4 years ago
You didn't let defeat you.
So it has come to this.+1
Carlos Battousai4 years ago
I wonder if we're going to get a flash back of the Verizon S3. One week later BANG they unlock it.+1
Not a VZW subscriber or a note II user but I appreciate your work! I am sure this could have good repercussions for other Samsung devices? I am eager for something for my d2tmo
Jerry Goettig4 years ago
Nice!
Well done.
Ajay Kumar4 years ago
sweet! you da man adam!
Matt Voight4 years ago
Yeah!
good to know
Jesse McNew4 years ago
Nice man!
Thanks for your work!
David Cole4 years ago
Best donation I've ever gave! Thx!
Nic Romero4 years ago
Sweet....now tell us how...lol
James Carmine4 years ago
Wow. Talk about donate and deliver!
David Cole4 years ago
Verizon have you learned your lesson yet?! +1
Clayton Hayes4 years ago
That didn't take long
Andrew Dodd4 years ago
Is it still sig-checking on execution?

(Did this device disallow Odin flashing to /system???)
Great work man, thanks for doing this for us vzw note II users.
Joe Philipps4 years ago
ummmm...you held up a device in front of the camera, but its screen looks blank compared to the computer monitor behind it.  The monitor shows putting on a bootloader, but I hope that attempt didn't brick it.  Just sayin', looks bricked in that picture.
Philip Davidson4 years ago
like a Bauce!+1
Andrew Forret4 years ago
Those wires going towards the phone...that wouldn't happen to mean this is a hardware only mod, would it?
Jason Cooper4 years ago
Sweet. Locked phones are stupid. Locked phones with a carrier logo on the home button are crazy. Thanks to you one of these things will get fixed. Now for the home button.
Stephen Curley4 years ago
Thank you!
Adam Outler4 years ago
+Joe Philipps unfortunately, it is..  in this picture I just finished flashing an i9300 bootloader to it.  Now i've got to get it working again.   Odin security is down...  +Lee Harrison is the man.  We've decided to make sure this is safer before we proceed. +3
Adam Outler4 years ago
It's in download mode now, but we need to totally bring up i9300, re-exploit and get back to stock now. +1
Tim Austin4 years ago
man. you are a bad ass!!
Truston Winnett4 years ago
Keep up the good work donations will be headed your way in the near future.
Michael Darby4 years ago
Awesome news Adam and in less than a week :)
Robert Barcus4 years ago
Had my N2 for one whole day now. This is going to be a blast. I am so in awe of the developers
Truston Winnett4 years ago
Keep up the good work donations will be headed your way in the near future.
Alex Farra4 years ago
Am I correct in assuming that this was with a hardware mod?
+Adam Outler Very cool so is the bootloader still locked? Or did you unlock it by flashing i9300 bootloader?
Adam Outler4 years ago
+Ellis 'Clark Kent' Owens flashing a i9300 boot loader is not possible without unlocking. Unfortunately, the boot loader bricked the device. Yes, its unlocked. Is it safe? Hell no!
Adam Outler4 years ago
More to come next week.
Next week D:
Jason Kirchman4 years ago
Awesome man thanks a lot! Cyanogen mod with all the features of sPen and this huge screen is going to be epic some time in the future!
harold heaney4 years ago
awesome!!!
Joe Meyers4 years ago
Nice!!
Old Curmudgeon4 years ago
Great work!
Mike Hollifield4 years ago
Simply amazing Adam
Adam Outler4 years ago
+Nate Benis no, we are working on it. It's just a matter of time.  DO NOT RUN S3 BOOTLOADERS!   I'm totally bricked now. 
Adam Outler4 years ago
+Thomas P-nut Pierson I may take you up on that.  Would you like to do a Google+ hangout and let me control your device wirelessly with ADBWireless?
Adam Outler4 years ago
+Nate Benis i'm trying like mad..  I don't think anything can fix this.  I have conflicting security issues going on.  
Adam Outler4 years ago
Thanks +Nate Benis My device thinks it's an i9300 now and it won't accept VZW firmware.  
Andrew Dodd4 years ago
What about pulling unprotected bootloaders from another Note2 variant?  Seems like a better candidate for a bootloader swap than I9300.
Adam Outler4 years ago
+Andrew Dodd .  this thing thinks it's a i9300 now.  It wont accept GNote2 firmware... in fact, it thinks its running the "official samsung unbrick" firmware
Andrew Dodd4 years ago
Ah, so the root key is the same, but the I9300 bootloader has a different key for later stages in the chain than Note2?  e.g. you've got I9300 SBOOT which wants I9300 SBL, etc?