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Keep the Triangle Away with TriangleAway – XDA Developer TV
Here at XDA Developers, we love to flash our devices to our hearts content. However, Samsung has introduced a kernel flash counter that keeps track of custom kernel flashes. XDA Elite Recognized Developer Chainfire then created an app to reset the counter and make the triangle go away. Chainfire has adapted that to many devices.
In this video our buddy TK reviews the application. He reviews what features he likes and talks about the application. He discusses Chainfire’s back and forth with Samsung. They try and work around his application, and Chainfire figures out how to make TriangleAway.
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