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Default [Q] [HELP] Can't install TWRP in N900

Hi everyone, I need help, because today I was trying to install TWRP (2.7.0.4 and also tried 2.7.0.34) in my Exynos Note 3 with Odin 3.09 (I tried 3.07 too) and I do the process correctly and it says RESET! with no errors, but when I try to enter the recovery, it boots the stock recovery :/

Why is this happening?

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Did you flash CWM before that? Odin and TWRP arenīt friends
Or try TWRP manager. In manager flash img
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Did you flash CWM before that? Odin and TWRP arenīt friends
Or try TWRP manager[/URL]. In manager flash img
No because I don't have the phone rooted, the idea is install the recovery and then root it. I will try with CWM

 
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Didn't know you could install custom recovery without being rooted. . and I think you don't. If you want to root anyway than just do it and than install cwm mate.
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Didn't know you could install custom recovery without being rooted. . and I think you don't. If you want to root anyway than just do it and than install cwm mate.
I solve the problem, I untick the Auto reboot in Odin and then enter recovery without restart and installed a .zip to solve that program and then I rooted it and I'm happy
 
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Didn't know you could install custom recovery without being rooted. . and I think you don't. If you want to root anyway than just do it and than install cwm mate.
But I think he can install CWM without root It change KNOX to 0x1. And after that install TWRP
Because in custom recovery he choose root with SuperSU
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But I think he can install CWM without root It change KNOX to 0x1. And after that install TWRP
Because in custom recovery he choose root with SuperSU
Just informed myself..lol and you are right. But it is a real pain in the a**. You need to flash bootloader and... never mind he fixed it anyway by rooting
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