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Okayy ive searched around and looked through ALL the threads and guides on rooting this phone and even followed some but im still stuck. Yes ive read and searched before asking so now im asking, is there any thorough guide or youtube vid maybe that shows how to properly apply full root to the T999N version of the galaxy s3 on metropcs? Im updated to 4.3 btw. Please no sarcasm/smart remarks
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Did you try Root66 4.3 version ?

Best if you can flash a Custom Recovery via Odin and then flash SuperSU package through that Recovery.
 
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Did you try Root66 4.3 version ?

Best if you can flash a Custom Recovery via Odin and then flash SuperSU package through that Recovery.
Ive tried to flash the recovery through odin but even though the box says PASS and reboots my phone, when i go into recovery mode it takes me to stock android recovery. I need help
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Make sure that Recovery is compatible with your phone. Second post the complete odin log for that process.
 
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I have it rooted now, just have to figure out a way to update twrp without removing root
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Make sure that Recovery is compatible with your phone. Second post the complete odin log for that process.
I have it rooted now, just have to figure out a way to update twrp without removing root
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Take least TWRP and Flash via Odin.
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