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    Jazz
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    thanks for the tutorial but I get the same "Error!" message when trying to flash the firmware!

    At least my tab is now unrooted!

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    Quote Originally Posted by emfa View Post
    thanks for the tutorial but I get the same "Error!" message when trying to flash the firmware!

    At least my tab is now unrooted!
    Welcome! It's great !

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    Quote Originally Posted by nadorf View Post
    Hello darkman77,

    Use the SU Pro application and choose Settings>Full unroot

    Attachment 5662

    I hope this picture help for you.
    Ps: I find this link when you will see how it's work

    How to permanent unroot Galaxy Note 2 (One Click) | Art ProBlogger
    Thanks so much!
    unfortunately your procedure dosen't work for me, so i done an hard reset and a firmware downgrade: at this moment i have no intention to install the 4.2.1 because the new feature are no important for my use.
    If someone is interested, i tell about my experience with motochopper and the upgrade:
    i rooted my pad with 4.1.1 firmware without problems (apparently), but after the upgrade, i cannot re-root the pad: i do some test and i noticed that the /system/xbin/su dosen't have the rigth permission, so was impossible to use supersu or similar; i do the hard reset, downgrade the firmware and motochopper: i had root permission but...! Finally i installed Titanium and, at the first run, said "not root gained trying /system/xbin/su" so i do a controll and i noticed that the su hasn't rigth permissions (after titanium the voodo root says no root gained) so, with adb i do this procedure:
    xda-developers - View Single Post - [JB ROOT] motochopper works! (Root JB 4.1.1 & 4.2.1 with locked bootloader!) and now i have all ok.
    I don't know why motochopper dosen't set the right permission: someone had any idea?
    Thank to everyone
    Last edited by darkman77; 05-06-2013 at 03:26 AM.

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    Jazz
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    @darkman 77 - How did you downgrade your firmware? I'm willing to downgrade to recover every program I lost when rooted.

    nevermind, figured it out..

    Stock firmware restore
    Last edited by emfa; 05-16-2013 at 10:45 AM.

 

 
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