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Default [ODIN][N8013]Stock Kernel and Recovery Images

This post will contain N8013 stock kernel and recovery images. For UEALGB these were dumped from a device that was rooted using the "root injection of /system" approach. For UEALH2, they are simply extracted from the Kies dump at http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1847706 so that you can get a stock kernel or recovery without downloading 1GB of files.

If you flash any of these using Odin, they should not trigger your flash counter. Note that for some reason, flashing these in Heimdall will trigger the counter (unlike Heimdall on most other devices).
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File Type: tar UEALGB_stock_kernel.tar - [Click for QR Code] (4.48 MB, 1861 views)
File Type: tar UEALH2_stock_kernel.tar - [Click for QR Code] (4.52 MB, 1247 views)
File Type: tar UEALGB_stock_recovery.tar - [Click for QR Code] (4.48 MB, 1445 views)
File Type: tar UEALH2_stock_recovery.tar - [Click for QR Code] (5.19 MB, 1283 views)
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Pardon for some ignorance. What should be the steps to follow in order to root from an updated to latest OTA update stock Rom on a 32gb USA version? Do I need to flash the kernel, or just recovery should be ok?

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Pardon for some ignorance. What should be the steps to follow in order to root from an updated to latest OTA update stock Rom on a 32gb USA version? Do I need to flash the kernel, or just recovery should be ok?

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Why don't u ask this in the root thread?

Here is what you should do:

Root Via CWM (method 2 in the root thread)

1. Download and put the superuserzip on your internal memory on your device
2. In odin uncheck auto reboot and load the cwmrecovery tar in the pda slot
3. Start odin
4. Once finished boot directly into clockwork (volume up and power til the samsung screen then let go of power while holding volume up)
5. Use the volume rockers to scroll in clockwork cause its finicky and flash the superuser zip you put on your device.
6. reboot
7. Make sure you have root and touch screen and pen works
8. Download goo manager
9. In goo manager hit menu and hit the install recovery script
10. DONE

Have any problems odin back to a stock image and if things go bad flash entropys triangle away kernel and clear your binary count
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Any chance you could update the thread to account for the updated kernel for the N8013, that adds support for exFAT?
 
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Any chance you could update the thread to account for the updated kernel for the N8013, that adds support for exFAT?
Um it is here the H2 one
 
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Um it is here the H2 one
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I have tried to flash the stock UEALGB recovery tar from Mobil Odin and every time it says partition could not be found in file, any ideas?

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Hey guys,I just picked up a GT-N8010 -Canadian Wifi version - running LG4 firrmware, will any of these stock recoveries work for me or do I need an LG4 recovery?

Looking to root via cwm then restore stock recovery so I can receive OTA's.
 
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Hey guys,I just picked up a GT-N8010 -Canadian Wifi version - running LG4 firrmware, will any of these stock recoveries work for me or do I need an LG4 recovery?

Looking to root via cwm then restore stock recovery so I can receive OTA's.
For OTAs - no, these will probably not work.
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Ok I downloaded the UEALGB stock recovery tar again and it contains only boot.img. Is the link bad or am I just screwy?


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