This CID can only be used with content Western Europe (B9) 2017 for rns310.
A step by step for newbie :
Format your Samsung Evo+ SD Card with FAT32 format.
In my case, my 64 Go card was in ExtFAT, so i use a MacBook Air to format it in FAT32 (Linux cannot use ExtFAT format).
You can also use for example SDFormatter on Windows to format the 64 Go card in FAT32.
Extract the content and copy on the SD card, top folder is `cryptnav`
Choose UBuntu distribution
If you want, choose an amount of disk space (space used) on your USB Key to save or preserve files across reboots
When done, reboot your computer and depending of the computer, press a button such as your computer will reboot on the USB.
Step 3 :
Copy on Linux Desktop your folder where you put the mmc tools and open folder, here Right click and select "open terminal"
Or open a terminal session (you can search it on top left of UBuntu).
In the "terminal" put command:
See which SD is yours, in my case it is mmcblk0 :
Change the execution permission of the file mmc :
chmod 777 mmc
If you want, read the original CID of your SD card :
Change the CID with the mmc tool :
sudo ./mmc prog_cid /dev/mmcblk0 094150414620534402107e426c010b01
After this command will display :
Writing new CID
Success! Remove and reinsert SD card to check new CID.
Remove the card and reinsert it for reset the CID information.