Today, I attempted to unroot my Galaxy S3. My firmware is 4.1.2 SGH-T999N. I followed a guide, which also made me install a recovery and kernel file and a T-Mobile firmware not MetroPCs, however it said that it was interchangeable (firmware was something like SGH-T999L) through Odin; everything was going well until I used Triangle Away to reset the binary count. It was originally "Yes (2 count)." After reseting, it only went down to "Yes (1 count)." No matter how many times I reset and reboot, it wouldn't go to 0 I found the stock firmware I used to root on my hard drive (the actual MetroPCS firmware that my phone came pre installed with)so I installed it. Now when I enter download mode it says "Custom Binary: Samsung Official" and then below that "Official", but the count is still "Yes (1 Count)." However, now Triangle Away nor SuperSu will open. "There is no SU Binary installed" and "SuperUser access is needed, but could not be acquired." I am lost and simply want to have my phone be like it just came out of the box so I can update to the latest stock firmware. I feel like everything in my phone is scrambled now. Everything works, it's the binary count and unrooting that needs to be dealt with. Does anyone have any ideas? Thank you!