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This application is under development at the moment and needs a few testers.

at the moment this is a mac only piece of software, but hopefully soon we (RaYmAn, myself and a few others) will have a linux/windows version.

usage is simple, "tar xvf sbkdetect.tgz; ./sbkDetect" while your device is attached in APX mode. it should take a few seconds to run, paste the result back in this thread along with the first few digits of your serial number (eg: B5OKAS...)

detection may not be 100% at the moment, as I lack a new SBK device myself to test against. but SHOULD work.

Thanks to RaYmAn for discovering how to detect the difference between the two devices.
 

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this isn't a script, it is a native application.

rayman released SBKDetectv2 here. This is a linux version, and is also much more accurite
 

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I apologize, I quickly read and assumed it was a script. I just ordered a transformer so I'm trying to take in as much as possible on figuring out whether or not I can root it. Thanks for the link.
 

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Any news on a windows version of this? I want to start flashing roms but I'm scared because I already came close to bricking it once. Just wanna make sure what SBK I have before I go messing around.
 

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Any news on a windows version of this? I want to start flashing roms but I'm scared because I already came close to bricking it once. Just wanna make sure what SBK I have before I go messing around.
Not at this stage, there is a linux version by RaYmAn which is slightly better than this as it sends a command encrypted with the new SBK from v2 devices
 
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