I have a rooted Galaxy S2 (i9100) . I've root it with CF-ROOT . Now superSU and CWM installed and there is a yellow exclamation on boot screen. When i boot my phone with VOLUME UP + HOME + POWER button, there is a screen which has title : CWM-based Recovery v220.127.116.11 .
Other details about my phone :
- Model : GT-i9100
- Android : 4.0.4
- Baseband Version : I9100XXLQ6
- Kernel Version : 3.0.15-I9100XWLPU-CL975203 dpi@DELL167 #3 SMP PREEMT Mon Jul 30 18:18:51 KST 2012 (This is weird because i'm from Turkey and I9100XWLPU firmware not Turkey's firmware. This firmware installed to my phone at Samsung's local technical service. Here a list of Turkey's firmwares.)
- Build : IMM76D.XWLPU
Now here my questions :
Should i skip Installing a custom recovery on Galaxy S II section on here : http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Install_CM_for_i9100 ? (Because i have CWM recovery mode)
I'm worried about warning on this screen : http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/I9100_Info . Warning starting with
Some second-generation Samsung Exynos devices are potentially susceptible to a "superbrick" ... It is highly recommended you do not perform this operation while using a stock kernel. I know meaning of bricking but not sure about superbrick . Also i couldn't understand what they mean with stock kernel. Is this really dangerous ? Can't we (or Samsung's technical service) fix superbricked phone?