We have discussed few method on how to Root and unRoot Galaxy Note 2. Root and unRoot Galaxy 2 is very easy simple as can be complete with few steps within few minutes. Rooting is process to unlock the potential Galaxy Note 2 as you can fully control your phone system. But, as I have mentioned before, any changes on the Galaxy Note 2 firmware or stock kernel will increase your phones flash counter. You can check your Galaxy Note 2 flash counter status on the Downloading Mode.
Unroot Galaxy Note 2 only will unroot your Galaxy Note 2 Android OS but still unable to clear the flash counter or custom binary download. Previously, I have successfully used Triangle Away to reset my Galaxy s3 flash Counter. So, how about Galaxy Note 2? Some of Galaxy Note 2 users reply to me that they unable to fully clear or set the custom Binary Download to “0″ and only can reset to custom Binary Download to “1″. Yes, the Triangle Away developer has mentioned that some devices keep resetting the counter to 1.
Here, I have tried and success use Triangle Away to fully reset my rooted Galaxy Note 2 GTN7100 flash Counter and here is the step by step tutorial:
Step 1: Download Triangle Away application from Google Play Store. Here, the Triangle Away used version is 2.26.
Step 2: Open Triangle Away application and make sure that Triangle Away application is support your Galaxy Note 2 model. Then choose and press the “Reset Flash Counter”.
Step 3: Now your Galaxy 2 will boot into “ Triangle Away warning page”. Then press volume up button to start Reset Galaxy Note 2 Flash Counter.
Step 4: Galaxy Note 2 will automatically reboot once complete the Flash Counter process.
Step 5: Power Off your Galaxy Note 2.
Step 6: Now you need check to confirm either your Galaxy Note 2 Binary counter was set to zero or not. So, turn your Galaxy Note 2 into Downloading Mode by press Home Button + Volume Down Button + Power Button.
Example: Previously My Galaxy Note 2 Binary counter is 2. Then after perform reset binary counter (step 1-step 4) via Triangle Away, my Galaxy Note 2 reset binary
counter change to 1 ( but still can reset to 0).
Step 5: Now you need flash again official firmware into Galaxy Note 2 . Refer here on how to download Samsung Galaxy Note 2 official firmware.
Step 6: After download complete, you need manually flash this downloaded official firmware into your Galaxy Note 2. Refer Tutorial here ( Method 3) on how to Flash Official firmware into Galaxy Note 2 via Odin. Note: The step on how to flash official firmware for Galaxy Note 2 is same as how to flash official firmware for into Galaxy S3 via Odin.
Step 7: After completely flash the official firmware into Galaxy Note 2, then you need to root your Galaxy Note 2, follow (only) this Root method to root your galaxy Note 2.
then follow the step above ( step 1 until step 4) to reset your Galaxy Note Binary Counter.
That’s all! Your Galaxy Note 2 Note Binary Counter will reset!