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Update Samsung Galaxy S2 to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean

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Help me with my problem: after I root my device from ODIN it restarted and there's a yellow warning sign -- is that okay?

Is it okay if I use Kies instead of the SuperOneClick?

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Samsung's Kies software does not root your Samsung Galaxy S2; SuperOneClick, on the other hand, does. In other words, no, you can't use Kies to root your device. As for the yellow warning sign, yes, it is okay that it appears when you boot your device. The sign is there to let you know that your phone is flashed with a custom ROM. You can use the Triangle Away app to get rid of it.

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