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[Q] Unable to flash cwm to galaxy grand I9082

11th January 2014, 12:20 PM   |  #1  
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Hello,

What should I do to flash cwm to my phone.

Every step I follow not work! [pHIL recovery/chotu recovery/twrp].

The phone keep jump to touch wiz 4.2.2.. What I need to do? Sell it? or keep it?

My S3 just worked without this problem.. What the best solution to fix this problem?

Thx.
11th January 2014, 02:35 PM   |  #2  
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Did you remember to untick Auto Reboot in Odin? Are you planning to install a custom ROM?
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11th January 2014, 02:52 PM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by lala458

Hello,

What should I do to flash cwm to my phone.

Every step I follow not work! [pHIL recovery/chotu recovery/twrp].

The phone keep jump to touch wiz 4.2.2.. What I need to do? Sell it? or keep it?

My S3 just worked without this problem.. What the best solution to fix this problem?

Thx.

Untick auto reboot, pull the battery then insert it, press volume up+home+power and install root package to keep cwm available

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11th January 2014, 03:20 PM   |  #4  
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Untick auto reboot, pull the battery then insert it, press volume up+home+power and install root package to keep cwm available

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Well if he's planning to install a custom AOSP-based ROM then flashing a root package isn't required... correct me if I'm wrong.
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12th January 2014, 08:28 AM   |  #5  
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Well if he's planning to install a custom AOSP-based ROM then flashing a root package isn't required... correct me if I'm wrong.

Root package is just to lock cwm so it will not lost if he boot it
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Root package is just to lock cwm so it will not lost if he boot it

CWM is overwritten with stock recovery by the stock ROM. So if you don't have stock ROM it's kinda useless...
After flashing a custom ROM, all that's left unmodified on the device is just the bootloader... I don't think a bootloader can overwrite CWM to a stock recovery.
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CWM is overwritten with stock recovery by the stock ROM. So if you don't have stock ROM it's kinda useless...
After flashing a custom ROM, all that's left unmodified on the device is just the bootloader... I don't think a bootloader can overwrite CWM to a stock recovery.

but he seems not plan to install custom rom
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9th May 2014, 10:40 AM   |  #8  
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Thanks everyone because reply my question. FYI, I just flash philz touch recovery and it worked fine. The sad is, I lost this phone last month.

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