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Default [Q] odin mode, Start Downloading, DO NOT TURN OFF TARGET

As the title says - But how the hell do you get rid of it so that when you do the volume down & power button you get the default boot loader screen?
 
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How did u get into Odin? To get to the boot loader, pull the battery, reinsert it and hold down the volume down button and press the power button till it turns on. This should take u straight to the boot loader so u can enter cwm from there

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How did u get into Odin? To get to the boot loader, pull the battery, reinsert it and hold down the volume down button and press the power button till it turns on. This should take u straight to the boot loader so u can enter cwm from there

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I did as you say but I end up in Odin, I didn't have out until I installed Manhattan ROM.
Not dissing his ROM, just want to get rid of Odin so I can send galaxy for repair
 
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Odin is built in. U can't just get rid of it. Keep over at rootzwiki for the one stop root/unroot utility

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Hold volume down and up plus power to get to the boot loader.

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power + volume down + volume up = bootloader
power + volume down = odin
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Default recovery mode

not only do you need to hold volume up+ volume down+ power, but I find that once the phone vibrates (after about 10 secs), you have to let off power but not the volume buttons.
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Odin is built in. U can't just get rid of it. Keep over at rootzwiki for the one stop root/unroot utility

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greetings

just go to rootzwiki and do some more reading. you're just giving that forum bad rep coming in here, failing to understand what the op wanted (that can happen to anyone), giving bad advice, and in end you just had to advertise something, outside of xda, which does have in Galaxy Nexus Development the tools you mentioned. rootzwiki doesn't need this kind of attention. it's a pretty cool community, it stands its ground.

like some said, odin is volume down+power; bootloader/fastboot mode is volume down+volume up+power; recovery is volume up+power.

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