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[Q] Root for GT-I9301I Samsung Galaxy S3 Neo?

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By ViktorFoedowski, Junior Member on 13th June 2014, 11:15 PM
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24th January 2015, 10:09 PM |#131  
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and again...
done those also,resultate.....nothing

instaling twrp from external sd card give "could not verivy" and "signature fails" message
 
 
24th January 2015, 10:19 PM |#132  
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1. Download TWRP flashable zip https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=95832962473398376 for S3 Neo and transfer it to your phone
2. Boot your device into recovery ( Vol Up + Home+ Power )
3. Install TWRP flashable zip
4. Now you have TWRP recovery on your device ( Boot with vol up + home + power )

if this doesn't work, i don't know anymore
25th January 2015, 08:38 AM |#133  
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Originally Posted by RiezBomen

and again...
done those also,resultate.....nothing

instaling twrp from external sd card give "could not verivy" and "signature fails" message

that's normal. because there's no signature in the zip.
do u check your downloaded file with md5sum? i had several times where the zip was corrupted.
30th January 2015, 02:15 PM |#134  
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i tried it on somebody elses syteem.... SUCCES

but i'm still wondering why it didn't worked on my systeem

thanks for the support
18th March 2015, 01:14 PM |#135  
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I will try to root my I9301 but I need to ask:
Is any of these root-methods able to trip Knox?

(I will start with towelroot)
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