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[RECOVERY] ClockworkMod Touch 6.0.3.2 for GT-I9300

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How can I return to Fully stock rom and recovery on Galaxy s3??????
 
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How can I return to Fully stock rom and recovery on Galaxy s3??????
ODIN and this.

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Guys, everyone probably has the same question in mind. Can someone please answer. This the SDS fix is included in this version, I am sticking to the stock recovery.


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Guys, everyone probably has the same question in mind. Can someone please answer. This the SDS fix is included in this version, I am sticking to the stock recovery.
Assume it doesn't and use something else till it's confirmed. Simple.

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Default Re: [RECOVERY] ClockworkMod Touch 6.0.2.8 for GT-I9300

I am not using this recovery as Philz recovery works really well for me and my has more options.

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Is your 64GB microSD formatted as exFAT ? If yes, the official CWM will likely *NEVER* support exFAT due licensing issues (exFAT is closed source and owned by Microsoft)

Just format it as FAT32; there is really no advantage to use exFAT over FAT32 !!
Really? Is there no difference in speed or in capacity? I thought I had read that by formatting it to FAT32, you lose some some capacity on your card. And as for speed, I actually have no idea.
 
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Default Re: [RECOVERY] ClockworkMod Touch 6.0.2.8 for GT-I9300

There's actually advantages to FAT32 over exFAT. It has been tested to less likely crash, andore consistent read/write.

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Does this also root the phone?
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You need to be rooted and then delete or rename the following files:
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/system/recovery-from-boot.p
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i am on rooted but i can not able to delete above things how to remove it

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i am using root explorer but can not delete it said the file is read only, what happend? how to delete those files

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Are there any plans to enable CWM to read/write from external USB drives (using an OTG cable) ... this would be very handy in particular for backups ?

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