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[03.07.2012] CF-Root 6.4 - SuperSU+CWM5.5+CWMManager

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As i understand correctly cause of the separate recovery partition we only need one CF-Root now? Not like the SGS2 were every new firmware needed a new CF-Root.

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As i understand correctly cause of the separate recovery partition we only need one CF-Root now? Not like the SGS2 were every new firmware needed a new CF-Root.

As long as CF-Root does not include a custom kernel: correct!

That doesn't mean there will not be updates
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Great work as always Mr Chainfire, will be putting this to good use
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What should I now install?
This here oder http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1684535 ?

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What should I now install?
This here oder http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1684535 ?

See the first line of the first post of the thread you just linked ...
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What should I now install?
This here oder http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1684535 ?

I believe there are no difference in versions.

The earlier [RECOVERY] thread you linked gets you to install CWM recovery, then install root, and optionally install CWM Manager util.

This thread repackages all of the above into a single file flashable via ODIN (or Mobile ODIN if you have root already)
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love u chain :P seriously sometimes i am wondering where do u find ur calmness

awesome work like always!!!
6th June 2012, 12:48 PM |#19  
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is the USB Jig usable here on the Galaxy S3? it works on the S2 to get Triangle away, but just asking if it works as well on the S3?
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Just sent a little donation your way CF, thanks again.
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is the USB Jig usable here on the Galaxy S3? it works on the S2 to get Triangle away, but just asking if it works as well on the S3?

If you use the search or read some other threads in these SGS3 forums, you would find that this question has been answered some ten times or so already.

But to answer your question, no it does not work (that makes eleven!)
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