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[Q] ODIN 3.07 can't flash in CWM Recovery Mode in Samsung Galaxy Neo GT-S5310

20th April 2014, 08:12 AM |#1  
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I'm following step by step process to root my gt-s5310 using ODIN 3.07. Started from download mode and connect to the PC is no problem at all. ODIN finished with the GREEN PASS. When I tried to open recovery mode, only android recovery mode is open(but malfunctioning, going no where when I press the home button) that recovery mode also don't has "install zip from sd card" option.

My android version is 4.1.2 . Baseband version S5310DXAME2. Kernel version 3.0.15-1521875 se.infra@SWDA2309#1

Please help me to solve the issue. Attached is the recovery mode picture
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20th April 2014, 08:22 AM |#2  
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I'm following step by step process to root my gt-s5310 using ODIN 3.07. Started from download mode and connect to the PC is no problem at all. ODIN finished with the GREEN PASS. When I tried to open recovery mode, only android recovery mode is open(but malfunctioning, going no where when I press the home button) that recovery mode also don't has "install zip from sd card" option.

My android version is 4.1.2 . Baseband version S5310DXAME2. Kernel version 3.0.15-1521875 se.infra@SWDA2309#1

Please help me to solve the issue. Attached is the recovery mode picture

After the successful flash of the CWM file in Odin, do you let it auto reboot? Many Samsung phones have a built in script that checks to see if the recovery partition has been modified and then reapplies the factory recovery file back to it. Try this: Have the phone in hand with fingers on button combo for recovery (most Samsung phones with physical home buttons are typically Home + Volume Up along with Power, but you won't need to do the ) and when it reboots, hit the combo for recovery and it should boot to CWM, then you'll be able to do a nandroid backup and install the stuff you want. If you want to keep the stock rom and CWM recovery, you'll have to get root access and remove the script.
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15th May 2014, 05:52 AM |#3  
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After the successful flash of the CWM file in Odin, do you let it auto reboot? Many Samsung phones have a built in script that checks to see if the recovery partition has been modified and then reapplies the factory recovery file back to it. Try this: Have the phone in hand with fingers on button combo for recovery (most Samsung phones with physical home buttons are typically Home + Volume Up along with Power, but you won't need to do the ) and when it reboots, hit the combo for recovery and it should boot to CWM, then you'll be able to do a nandroid backup and install the stuff you want. If you want to keep the stock rom and CWM recovery, you'll have to get root access and remove the script.

i cant believe this actually worked!! thank you so much i was about to give up on rooting my gt-s5310
15th May 2014, 09:18 AM |#4  
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i cant believe this actually worked!! thank you so much i was about to give up on rooting my gt-s5310

I believe it.

Glad all is well. Hope you enjoy!
24th May 2014, 07:08 PM |#5  
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Where I can find it?
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Originally Posted by es0tericcha0s

After the successful flash of the CWM file in Odin, do you let it auto reboot? Many Samsung phones have a built in script that checks to see if the recovery partition has been modified and then reapplies the factory recovery file back to it. Try this: Have the phone in hand with fingers on button combo for recovery (most Samsung phones with physical home buttons are typically Home + Volume Up along with Power, but you won't need to do the ) and when it reboots, hit the combo for recovery and it should boot to CWM, then you'll be able to do a nandroid backup and install the stuff you want. If you want to keep the stock rom and CWM recovery, you'll have to get root access and remove the script.

Where I can find that script to remove it?
25th May 2014, 04:17 PM |#6  
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Where I can find that script to remove it?

/system/etc/install-recovery.sh
17th July 2014, 05:42 PM |#7  
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Still can't make it.
I face the same problem . can you explain how to hit the button correctly ? because i don't understand how to do it. I already follow the step of installing CWM on my gt-s5310. I already install it completely. Every time i hit volume up + home + power button it still enter android recovery mode.. Not CWM. Please help me sir..
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