latest news from the_laser,
yes, kukuruzer's owners somehow get extremly useful device (access,dongle,whatever)
and can repair any software problem/unlock phones without waiting and disassembling.
plus, solution is fully protected - cause it using original signed loaders.
if they using some original device/access
(very hardly believe that "dear friend flead" break several p96 keys, it is like bruteforce RSA1024 key, even tougher) then
SEMC can and will stop that device/access from working, which will be somewhat "sad"
but if they have standalone device without counter or stole auth keys
(imho, impossible) - i can only envy them. in that case in several
month only kukuruzer will stay on semc market as dominating tool.
sadly, i'm unable to get such device/access.
so you can forget about no-tp repair in setool2. at least, until i get same things
but you can repair most problems with testpoint and unlock phones by patch.
free and standalone.
if you not like that - please go and buy kukuruzers credits, i'm not forcing anyone to use my software.
anyway - we can make their earnings and your mourns "a bit" smaller:
we decided to release out security hole based solution for a2.
our solution will be able to fully repair/unlock a2 phones, but will do it correctly.
current kukuruzer implementation has several flaws:
- in version 1.0 of their release software simple killing phones, after
user entered unlock code. that is because kukuruzer programmer not made
one important thing, which is somewhat tricky to do.
- in version 1.1 of their release they "fix" that problem by leaving
phones in "factory" state, thus making impossible to flash them on
anything other than 3rd-party tools.
i did not see any problems in it, only advantages: you can flash brown firmwares in phone and that is great.
but, if phone will be sent to warranty, it will be effectively declined.
- finally, kukuruzers procedure unrecoverable damage unique security
keys, which are stored in each phone. you can check it by entering
"service menu->security test " before and after reset procedure.
anyway, that is really not important and will be fixed after i release my solution or before it ( hardly believe, though)
date of release: soon.
(i need to test my solution on one phone, which is still not in my hands.
cause i do not want to release non-working things.)
will it be standalone? no.
will it require logs? maybe yes, maybe no.
thats all on that topic, i will not return to it until release.