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[ROM][ODIN] SPH-L710 ND8 (ND8 Modem/Kernel/Bootloader/ROM - Full Restore - Unrooted)

2nd April 2015, 04:34 PM |#61  
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So does this unroot ur phone or is this for unrooted phones. I ask because i have a rooted sprint galaxy S3 running Wicked S5 on ND8 but I'm trying to fully unroot it and return to complete stock so will this work for me. Thanks for the help.
 
 
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So does this unroot ur phone or is this for unrooted phones. I ask because i have a rooted sprint galaxy S3 running Wicked S5 on ND8 but I'm trying to fully unroot it and return to complete stock so will this work for me. Thanks for the help.

Yes. Odin flash stock, format internal sd, then factory data reset in Stock recovery is what I do to ensure a clean device for sale or return. If you're on NJ2 firmware you'll want to use that tar.

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[QUOTE=bilgerryan;59847887]Yes. Odin flash stock, format internal sd, then factory data reset in Stock recovery is what I do to ensure a clean device for sale or return. If you're on NJ2 firmware you'll want to use that tar.

this one click does not let you choose tar. That I know of.
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Yes. Odin flash stock, format internal sd, then factory data reset in Stock recovery is what I do to ensure a clean device for sale or return. If you're on NJ2 firmware you'll want to use that tar.

this one click does not let you choose tar. That I know of.

The One Click simply runs the tar for you.

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I have this boost sph-l710 with standard stock running great until there was an update for the android os I tried to run but the installation failed and wouldn't boot into the android os again. This one click odin seems to be a great simple method however I'm getting an odd error from the odin one click program immediately after running it and it checks the md5 I get this error MD5 Hash value is invalid. any help or advice is appreciated, thanks
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I have this boost sph-l710 with standard stock running great until there was an update for the android os I tried to run but the installation failed and wouldn't boot into the android os again. This one click odin seems to be a great simple method however I'm getting an odd error from the odin one click program immediately after running it and it checks the md5 I get this error MD5 Hash value is invalid. any help or advice is appreciated, thanks

That means you have a bad download. I suggest the NDC tar for Boost.

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[QUOTE=bilgerryan;59886807]That means you have a bad download. I suggest the NDC tar for Boost.



thanks for the reply. I'm new to all this and just noticed that this is for sprint
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That means you have a bad download. I suggest the NDC tar for Boost.



thanks for the reply. I'm new to all this and just noticed that this is for sprint

md5sum is how Odin checks for file continuity (you sound check it yourself on ROMs) to ensure that the file you have is the same as the original. Wifi connection is recommended for files this large. Also download on your PC if possible (it will save you a step in the end). Some browsers have .tar files blacklisted and will download them as a zip, if this happens change your settings and redownload.

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