[TOOLKIT] SKIPSOFT UNIFIED ANDROID TOOLKIT
The Unified Android Toolkit supports 35 Android devices: Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 6, Nexus 7 , Nexus 7 , Nexus 9, Nexus 10, Nexus Player, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Google Pixel C, Google Pixel (2016), Google Pixel XL (2016), OnePlus 1, OnePlus 2, OnePlus X, OnePlus 3, Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini, Samsung Galaxy S5, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 , Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 , Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 , Samsung Galaxy TabS 8.4 and 10.5 models , Samsung Galaxy Camera (smartcamera) and Samsung Galaxy Gear [smartwatch] on Android Only. The Galaxy Gear Toolkit module will not work if the watch is using the Tizen operating system. There is also a Basic Android Toolkit included which any Android device can use.
Devices to be added soon:
Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7Edge.
FUNCTIONS OF UNIFIED ANDROID TOOLKIT
* Install correct adb/fastboot drivers automatically
* Backup/Restore a single package or all apps, user data and Internal Storage
* Backup your /data/media (virtual SD Card) to your PC for a Full Safe backup of data
* Root any public build automatically
* SkipRoot boot image to AutoRoot (selected builds)
* Sideload root/unroot files via Custom Recovery
* ALLINONE to Unlock, Flash Recovery, Root, Rename the restore file + install Busybox (G,N,O)
* ALLINONE to Flash Recovery, Root, Rename the recovery restore files + install Busybox (Samsung)
* Unlock/Re-Lock your Bootloader (G,N,O)
* Download Google Stock Image files directly to the ToolKit (G,N,O)
* Check md5 of google stock image before flashing
* Flash Google Stock Image (G,N,O)
* Flash any part of a stock firmware image to device [boot, system, recovery, etc.] (G,N,O)
* Download/sideload stock OTA image (G,N,O)
* Install BusyBox binarys on device
* Rename the Recovery Restore File present on Stock Roms (if stock recovery is being restored after flashing custom recovery image)
* Flash Stock Recovery, CWM touch, Philz_touch or TWRP Touch Recovery
* Pull /data and /system folders, compress to a .tar file and save to your PC
* Auto Update Toolkit at startup (PRO ONLY)
* Auto Update superuser file and custom recovery images to latest versions (PRO ONLY)
* Disable forced encryption on Nexus5X, 6, 6P, 9, Google Pixel C, Google Pixel, Google Pixel XL
* Install Root Checker app by Burrows Apps
* Install Backup/Restore app by MDroid Apps
* Install EFS/Partition Backup/Restore app by Wanam
* Create tar with 1-Click for flashing via Odin
* Fix extSdCard write permissions in Android 4.4+
* Perform a FULL NANDROID Backup of your system via adb and save in Custom Recovery format on your PC (selected builds)
* Useful Mods, Fixes and Tools Section
* Extras, Tips and Tricks section (includes guides)
* Backup/Restore your /efs partition (gsm only)
* Dump selected Device Partitions, compress to a .zip file with md5 and save to your PC ( on builds with insecure image available)
* Mods section to automatically perform certain tasks on your device
* Boot to any recovery without Flashing it (G,N,O)
* Boot or Flash .img Files directly from your PC
* Quick Picks Professional Feature (10 slots)
* Install a single apk or multiple apk’s to your device
* Push Files from your PC to your phone
* Pull Files from your phone to your PC
* Set Files Permissions on your device
* Pull and Trim your Radio Image (gsm models only) to your PC
* Dump selected LogCat buffers to your PC
* Dump BugReport to your PC
* Rip cache.img to zip file in CWM format
* Reboot device to Fastboot Mode or Android in fastboot mode (G,N,O)
* Reboot device to Fastboot Mode, Recovery, Android or Download Mode in adb mode
* Turn Initial Start Screen On/Off for next use
* Sideload any zip file via Custom Recovery
* Basic Toolkit for use with ANY Android device
Key: G-Google N-Nexus O-OnePlus S-Samsung
SUPPORTED DEVICES AND LATEST SUPPORTED BUILDS *HERE*
DOWNLOAD THE UNIFIED ANDROID TOOLKIT *HERE*
NOTE: Key files are signed with a Digital Certificate from skipsoft.net but some ‘may’ get picked up as potentially harmful by Antivirus Programs and deleted. They are not harmful, this is a false positive given because of the compiler used. If this happens restore the file and exclude the folder from future scans to use it. This seems to happen mostly on AVG Free and Norton. If you are using the Auto Update feature on pro versions then you will need to disable the AV program or exclude the folder from scans before running the update again.
Credits: Grarak or TWRP custom recovery on OnePlus 3, ChainsDD for Superuser, Chainfire for SuperSU, koush and the clockworkmod team for cwm and the universal driver pack, 1wayjonny for the adb/fastboot driver pack, Adam Lange for all his support and help with the insecure kernels, Viperboy for the Knox Disabler app, Stephen Erickson for the BusyBox installer app, BurrowsApps for the Root Checker app, NextApp for the SD Fix app, fOmey for TWRP for the Galaxy Gear.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN PUBLIC (FREE) AND PROFESSIONAL (DONATE) VERSIONS?
THE PUBLIC VERSION OF THE TOOLKIT INCLUDES EVERYTHING YOU COULD NEED TO MANIPULATE AND ROOT YOUR DEVICE.
ACTIVATING THE PROFESSIONAL VERSION ADDS THE MOST USEFUL FUNCTION IN THE TOOLKIT, THE ABILITY TO CHECK FOR ‘AUTO UPDATES’ DIRECTLY VIA THE TOOLKIT AND HAVE THEM PUSHED TO YOUR PC RIGHT AWAY AS SOON AS THEY ARE UPLOADED WITHOUT NEEDING TO DOWNLOAD THE WHOLE TOOLKIT EVERY TIME. YOU WILL ALWAYS HAVE THE LATEST VERSION AS SOON AS IT IS MADE AVAILABLE. THIS MEANS SMALLER UPDATES CAN BE SENT OUT MORE FREQUENTLY, SUCH AS ADDING A SINGLE FUNCTION, FIXING A BUG OR ADDING COMPATIBILITY FOR A SINGLE CARRIER. THE SMALLER UPDATES WILL BE COMPILED AND RELEASED TO THE XDA COMMUNITY AS A FULL (PUBLIC) DOWNLOAD VERSION SO PROFESSIONAL VERSIONS ARE ALWAYS UPDATED SOONER.
THE PRO VERSION ALSO ADDS THE ABILITY TO CHECK FOR THE LATEST VERSION OF SUPERUSER AND RECOVERY FILES AND DOWNLOAD THEM DIRECTLY TO THE TOOLKIT.
THE ‘QUICK PICKS’ SECTION[/B] ALLOWS YOU TO PROGRAM UPTO 10 SLOTS WITH TASKS THAT YOU MAY PERFORM ON A REGULAR BASIS OR JUST WANT TO KEEP A SET OF TASKS IN 1 PLACE. THEN JUST SELECT THE SLOT AND IT WILL REMEMBER ALL YOUR SETTINGS FOR THAT TASK AND RUN IT.
PRO USERS CAN ALSO SELECT THE “ANY BUILD” OPTION IN THE BUILD SELECTION SCREEN TO ROOT ANY BUILD AS LONG AS THE VERSION IS SUPPORTED (USEFUL IF YOUR BUILD IS NOT LISTED).
MORE IMPORTANTLY DONATING SHOWS YOUR APPRECIATION AND ALLOWS THE TOOLKIT TO CONTINUE TO EVOLVE AND GROW.
AUTO REPLY LINKS FOR PAYPAL TO GET A CODE INSTANTLY CAN BE FOUND AT http://goo.gl/nyGqv
PLEASE READ THE HELP PAGE *HERE* IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. I HAVE TAKEN A LOT OF TIME TO WRITE IT AND SOMETHING ON THERE SHOULD ANSWER 99% OF PROBLEMS.
1. INSTALLING DRIVERS
The first thing you need to do is to install the adb/fastboot drivers. These are needed so that you can unlock your bootloader, root your device and perform other adb/fastboot functions.
THE DRIVERS CAN BE INSTALLED DIRECTLY VIA THE TOOLKIT. OPTION ‘1’ IN THE MAIN MENU OR OPTION ‘DR’ AT STARTUP.
If drivers are not installed or there is an exclamation mark next to the device:
Plug the device in to a usb cable directly connected to your motherboard.
In the Device Manager a new item, usually called Android 1.0 should pop up in the list.
Right click on the device item then left click on Update Driver Software. Select ‘browse my computer’ and then ‘Let me pick from a list’.
If no adb interface driver appears in the list then untick ‘Show compatible hardware’ and find the Android or Samsung adb interface driver.
If you cannot find either of these click Have Disk, browse to the Toolkit install folder, drivers folder, click on android_winusb.inf and click Open.
Click OK and select Google ADB Interface.
Make sure you have USB debugging enabled in settings, developer options. In Android 4.2.2 or later you have to enable the developer options screen by going to settings, About on your device and click on Build number at the bottom 7 times until it says You are now a developer. If you have already enabled usb debugging then unplug/replug the usb cable.
On Android 4.2.2 or later when you replug the usb cable after enabling usb debugging for the first time you will get a popup asking you to authenticate your pc. Tick ‘Always allow’ then click ‘ok’.
2. USING THE UNIFIED ANDROID TOOLKIT
When starting the Toolkit you will first be asked which device you want to work with. Working folders will be created and the device files downloaded. You will then be taken to the Model/Build selection screen where you can do a number of things (other than select your model/build): Type ’00’ to enter your activation code and enable pro features, ‘i’ will take you to the Information and Help Section, ‘a’ will give you information on how to add support for a new build.
Supported builds are listed in the Model/Build selection screen and typing the associated number (i.e. 11) will download needed boot and recovery files (stock and custom recovery) then check for and download the latest superuser files available and custom recovery (pro versions only), verify all the files and start the Main Menu. You can now use all the functions and tools the Android Toolkit offers. Pro users can select the “any build” option to root any build (useful if your build is not listed).
ToolKit v1.5.0 (30th June 2016)
+Fixed All OnePlus devices loading OnePlusOne module after AutoUpdate
+Added OnePlus USB driver pack installer to driver options
ToolKit v1.4.9 (27th June 2016)
+Added support for OnePlus 1, 2, 3 and X devices up to latest build
+Made some improvements at startup and fixed some minor bugs
ToolKit v1.4.8 (16th June 2016)
+Added support for Samsung Galaxy Note 5 device
ToolKit v1.4.7 (10th June 2016)
+ALL USERS PLEASE UPDATE TO THIS VERSION AS FUTURE UPDATES WILL BE BUILT ON THIS
+All Google,Nexus,Samsung device modules are updated to latest versions
+Fixed SuperSU downloading incorrect versions for Stable and Beta releases
+Toolkit checks for latest root zip files after device selection for ALL users
+Lots of bug fixes, improvements and additions for public users
ToolKit v1.4.5 (23rd Dec 2015)
+Added support for GOOGLE PIXEL C TABLET [RYU]
ToolKit v1.4.4 (09th Dec 2015)
+Updated base files to enable SuperSU Systemless root method on all devices
THIS VERSION IS REQUIRED FOR ALL NEW DEVICE MODULES TO WORK SO PLEASE UPDATE NOW
ToolKit v1.4.3 (27th Oct 2015)
+Added support for HUAWEI NEXUS 6P [ANGLER]
ToolKit v1.4.2 (21st Oct 2015)
+Added support for LG NEXUS 5X [BULLHEAD]
+Updated ToolkitClean.exe to update Toolkit.exe base file to latest version
+Updated Toolkit installable Apps to latest [busybox free, root checker, easy backup, efs backup]
+Toolkit will now check needed files at startup and download if needed
ToolKit v1.4.1 (05th Oct 2015)
+Added new upcoming devices to device selection screen
+Main files now signed with Digital Certificate to ensure files are original and safe
+Added file checker after device selection to check needed files are up to date
+Updated UniversalAdbInstaller for Windows 10 compatability
+Added driver installation option at startup for new installs
+Updated ToolKitClean.exe to allow users to update the main ToolKit.exe file to latest available version without having to download/install the whole ToolKit again (like when a new device is added or files/drivers updated)
+Improvements and minor bug fixes
+Installer now give option for Fresh Install (removes any existing device files) or Upgrade (to just update base files)
ToolKit v1.4.0 (05th May 2015)
+Added support for Samsung Galaxy S6 [SUPPORTED VARIANTS BELOW]
SM-G920F, SM-G920P, SM-G920T, SM-G920R4, SM-G920W8, SM-G920I
+Added support for Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge [SUPPORTED VARIANTS BELOW]
SM-G925F, SM-G925P, SM-G925T, SM-G925R4, SM-G925W8, SM-G925I
+All Samsung device modules updated to latest versions
+A lot of fixes and updates to Samsung code
+Added ToolkitClean program to reset certain modules, hard reset, uninstall
ToolKit v1.3.5 (14th Apr 2015)
+Added support for Asus Nexus Player device
ToolKit v1.3.4 (09th Jan 2015)
+Added support for Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1  and Samsung Galaxy TabS 8.4 and 10.5  devices
+Updated Toolkit installable apps (root checker, busybox installer, easy backup, efs backup) for ALL device modules
+Updated rooting procedure for above devices
+Updated procedure for renaming recovery restore files for above devices
+Added md5 check for in-toolkit public update download for future versions
ToolKit v1.3.3 (08th Dec 2014)
+Added support for Nexus6 and Nexus9 devices
+Updated build support for all Toolkit devices [where builds available]
+Major updates to code and updated available apps
ToolKit v1.2.8 (25th April 2014)
+Added support for Samsung Galaxy Camera (2012 model) device
+Added support for Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2012 model) device
+Added fix for extSdCard write permissions from installed apps in Android 4.4+ (where device needs it)
ToolKit v1.2.7 (16th April 2014)
+Added support for Samsung Galaxy S5 (SmartPhone) device
+Added support for Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 (2012 model) device
+Updated some code in the Toolkit initialisation program
+Added Odin v3.0.9 (for new devices now, rest will be updated via auto update)
+Updated busybox free installer by stericson to latest version (v12)
ToolKit v1.2.6 (31st March 2014)
+Added support for Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini (SmartPhone) device
+Added support for Samsung Galaxy Gear (Smartwatch) device
ToolKit v1.2.5 (21st March 2014)
+Added support for Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (see supported builds page for variants covered)
+Added ALLINONE procedure back for Samsung modules to root, flash recovery, install busybox and rename recovery restore files via TWRP openrecoveryscript
+Added fix for “Superuser/SuperSU has stopped” message after rooting and rebooting
+Added more text in the Information section
+Minor bug fixes
ToolKit v1.2.4 (10th March 2014)
+Added support for Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini, Samsung Galaxy S4 and Samsung Galaxy Note 2
+Updated support for latest builds in all device modules
+Root options support insecure boot and custom recovery methods [all rewritten]
+Added KNOX notification disabler for Samsung modules
+Added Root Checker to check the status of your root/busybox
+Added philz_touch Advanced cwm recovery to Samsung modules [will be added to Nexus modules soon]
+Added more help screens to the Information section and added ability to save screen and send to default printer
+Added option in build selection screen to disable all adb root functions [custom recovery functions available]
+Toolkit will disable insecure boot functions if insecure boot image not available
+Re-wrote most of the code to Change the way lots of functions work [more efficient and more stable]
+Many more changes I can’t think of right now
ToolKit v1.2.0 (04th December 2013)
+Added support for the latest builds for all devices
+Updated Superuser versions
+Updated CWM Recovery for the Nexus 5 to the official 18.104.22.168 version
+Added the Information/Help Section to the Model/Build Selection screen to view information easier
+Added more text throughout the Toolkit to clarify parts
+Minor bug fixes
ToolKit v1.0.0 (14th November 2013)
I take no responsibility for any fault or damage caused by any procedures within this guide. No warranties of any kind are given.