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How to Reset Binary Counter on Rooted Galaxy Note 2 using Triangle Away app!

For those of you who want to reset your binary counter on a rooted Galaxy Note 2, you can now do that using Triangle Away app.

What is “binary counter”.  Binary counter is a simple counter Samsung put on the Galaxy Note 2 so that they can tell whether you’ve flashed a custom recovery on your phone or not.  Flashing a custom recovery usually results from rooting your Galaxy Note 2.


How to Root Galaxy Note 2! [AT&T/T-Mobile/Canadian/GT-N7100/GT-N7105]

Here’s how to root your Galaxy Note 2.  (If you ended up on this page to root your Galaxy Note 3, see How To Root Galaxy Note 3 instead.)

Verified to work on the following Galaxy Note 2:

International Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7100 International Galaxy Note 2 GT-N7105 T-Mobile Galaxy Note 2 SGH-T889 AT&T Galaxy Note 2 SGH-I317 Canadian Galaxy Note 2 with model number starting with SGH-I317 or SGH-T889 such as SGH-I317M or SGH-T889V
Galaxy Note 2 FAQ 297

Galaxy Note 2 FAQ

*Note – Before you can install custom ROM, you need to root your Galaxy Note 2!

Why root my Galaxy Note 2?  Please see this video explanation.

*Compatibility Note – All AT&T, T-Mobile, and GT-N7105 ROMs are compatible, the only differences are the modems.  Most custom ROMs do not install modems so you should be fine.  E.g. You can install AT&T ROMs on GT-N7105 or install GT-N7105 ROMs on T-Mobile.   If for some reason the custom ROM flashes modem, you can easily fix it by flashing the correct modem for you Galaxy Note 2.