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[Recovery] Flashable Ones!!! - CWM - TWRP - Stock

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By Naddict, Senior Member on 16th February 2013, 10:34 PM
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Here are the latest CWM and TWRP ( http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1809307) recoveries are all flashable from recovery itself, use these to swap back and forth or just because you are bored...

These were/have been previously posted over in sprint apps section, but I keep seeing people posting questions about need this one or that...so here they are for T-Mo.


Thanks goes to the original developers for these, and for the sharing and caring..

TWRP 2.4.2.0 - http://d-h.st/iMc

TWRP 2.4.1.0 - http://d-h.st/9cL

CWM 6.0.2.3 - http://d-h.st/jbT

CWM Touch 6.0.2.3 - http://d-h.st/8A9

Stock ... http://d-h.st/TzP
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17th February 2013, 12:10 AM |#2  
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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.
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So, is it safe to flash these?
17th February 2013, 07:25 AM |#4  
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I could of used you yesterday. I was literally scouring yesterday looking for a flashable recovery. Ended up using adb and Odin to flash something.. Thx for this post.

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So, is it safe to flash these?

the CWM are for your phone. TWRP are for all GS III's...I would not have posted these here if they did not work.

OP updated with specific T-Mo builds so that md5 checks will alleviate anxieties...
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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 2.4.1.0 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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I agree Aerowinder is very correct ! It still contain the d2spr assert code. cwmtouch-naddict still contains d2spr assert code and will not install on a d2tmo device through recovery. It aborts..

good catch, wrong source for TWRP..Corrected and in OP

however, CWM Touch is correct as per what aero said in his post

check OP now. Correct TWRP is up!

source for stock recovery is here http://stockroms.net/file/GalaxyS3/S...k-Recovery.tar Posted from August 2012. source is attached, do what you want with it.


Choose to use or not, that is your choice.

I posted them here to help others, and hope someone appreciates them .... Good day
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I'm not sure how often stock recovery is updated, but that one is probably from UVALEM.

All checksums match, but assert codes still haven't been removed/fixed. So none of these will flash.
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I'm not sure how often stock recovery is updated, but that one is probably from UVALEM.

All checksums match, but assert codes still haven't been removed/fixed. So none of these will flash.

try them now..

All should flash, thanks again
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try them now..

All should flash, thanks again

Looks good.
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