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6th June 2014, 12:32 AM   |  #1  
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New on the note 3 having some trouble getting things organized. Does anyone have a link or know where i can find a Flashable Stock Recovery Zip For those just incase times? Ive been looking but no luck! Any help would be greatly appreciated and Thank you in advance!!!
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New on the note 3 having some trouble getting things organized. Does anyone have a link or know where i can find a Flashable Stock Recovery Zip For those just incase times? Ive been looking but no luck! Any help would be greatly appreciated and Thank you in advance!!!

I know you asked for the Stock Recovery, but if the only reason you want to keep it is for the "just in case" times, I'd recommend just keeping the Return to Stock One-Click by Rwilco... It'll restore everything to stock (except for your Knox Status).
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6th June 2014, 02:58 AM   |  #3  
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I know you asked for the Stock Recovery, but if the only reason you want to keep it is for the "just in case" times, I'd recommend just keeping the Return to Stock One-Click by Rwilco... It'll restore everything to stock (except for your Knox Status).

Thank you the only problem is I'm a imac user and I need something I can flash in recovery in a pinch. But I will dl this as well thank you friend.
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Thank you the only problem is I'm a imac user and I need something I can flash in recovery in a pinch. But I will dl this as well thank you friend.

I don't know if the one click will work .... but the regular Odin tar can be flashed with mobile Odin and return back to stock

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I don't know if the one click will work .... but the regular Odin tar can be flashed with mobile Odin and return back to stock

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But has Moblie odin worked good for people? Last I heard and i could be wrong but moblie odin was a 50/50 shot with getting it to work well atleast with the S4 anyway.
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I don't know if the one click will work .... but the regular Odin tar can be flashed with mobile Odin and return back to stock

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Just a progress report cuz i never used Moblie Odin b4 Thanks for the tip! Used Moblie Odin to flash Philz and it worked great Iwould still like to get my hands on a stock recovery file for any1 who can help!
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