I made my own months ago, I have tars in my sig and zips in my DropBox (which I've linked several times). You seem to have taken offense at my questions, when I clearly pointed out I didn't want you to interpret them that way. My questioning was merely a vain attempt to learn something new. Not to tear you down, but for me to become more knowledgeable about a subject from someone who clearly knows more about Android than I do.
I tested both CWM Touch and TWRP myself this morning (latest versions for both). d2spr recoveries (the ones originally posted) absolutely fail the d2tmo assert check (for any zip that includes it).
As of 2012-02-17, 10:50AM EST:
The CWM Touch link is good (it was edited since my last post). Did not test CWM non-touch. Not sure why anyone would use it.
The TWRP 18.104.22.168 link is bad. This is still the d2spr version. Safe to assume the older versions are as well.
Stock recovery link is also bad.
Do not flash recoveries that are not for the T999.
The links to the recoveries are fine! The OP is updated with T-Mo provider specific stuff so that MD5/build properties match.
They work just fine. I do have links to sprint ones too. if anyone needs them...
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