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No, that won't work for t321 (3g) version. Actually, it will erase your stock recovery and install an incompatible one so that if you factory reset you get stuck in "Cannot boot normally" mode.
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I wanted to share with everyone that the TWRP recovery that was made for the wifi note pro SM-P900 "Exynos only" works on the Tab Pro 12.2.

Original thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2706982


I downloaded the tar file and flashed with Odin 3.07

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I flashed twrp 2.7.1.0 using ODIN to my SM-T900. I am making my first backup as I speak(write).
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All,

I wanted to share with everyone that the TWRP recovery that was made for the wifi note pro SM-P900 "Exynos only" works on the Tab Pro 12.2.

Original thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2706982


I downloaded the tar file and flashed with Odin 3.07

Here is a picture.
I flashed tarp 2.7.1.0 tar using ODIN. It worked perfectly.
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I also successfully flashed TWRP on my SM-T900 tab with Odin 3.07 and openrecovery-twrp-2.7.1.0-v1awifi.img.tar
 
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These don't have locked bootloader's like HTC products. Just do the autoroot and your pretty much done. Just update super su and flash away
My pro should arrive in the mail tomorrow. So forgive me if this has been asked, but I thought these tabs were locked down by knox? Can knox coexist with root and custom boot?
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My pro should arrive in the mail tomorrow. So forgive me if this has been asked, but I thought these tabs were locked down by knox? Can knox coexist with root and custom boot?
Knox and root can coexist but the super su will and you if you would like it disabled, click yes and your done.

Its just a locked down program/area within the software.
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All,

I wanted to share with everyone that the TWRP recovery that was made for the wifi note pro SM-P900 "Exynos only" works on the Tab Pro 12.2.

Original thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2706982


I downloaded the tar file and flashed with Odin 3.07

Here is a picture.
It may install but is it actually working correctly? In that original thread, they are having many issues with TWRP and cache mounting and partitions. I don't want to do this on my Tab Pro 12.2 and be stuck in boot loops and having to find and reflash this, that and the other.
 
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Mines working perfect.

The only issues I had was trying to flash the gigawatt rom that has since been removed. Worst case, just odin back to stock.


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