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TWRP Galaxy Tab 4 7.0

Announcement from tgalal: TWRP Galaxy Tab 4 7.0
7th December 2014, 09:29 PM |#101  
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You know had I done my research I would not have gotten the T23x,xx. 7.0 inch tablet. At this point I've waited more than a care to with this tablet and will be replacing it ASAP. And as much as I hate to lose money, because it's a worthless tablet. I'll send it to a developer for the cost of shipping once I have my new one.

This tablet has only done two things that has made me happy, get into the tablet market, and get back into writing. Outside of that I'm not happy with it at all.
18th December 2014, 11:19 PM |#102  
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any possible soloutions for the t231 3g model ... i cant root it or even get this twrp into it

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28th December 2014, 07:39 PM |#103  
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7th January 2015, 11:58 AM |#104  
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Flashed it on sm t231, everything looks perfect in Odin, but the recovery isn't installed.
Is there a different recovery img that I could flash?
I just want root to debloat this tab... God; its full of Samsung Apps.
Current firmware 4.4.2 OANJ4
Any help will be appreciated

Originally Posted by jokowi

Unofficial TWRP for galaxy tab 4 7.0 SM-T231(3G)
Testing version too

I build this TWRP using sample source from Team Win Recovery Project
and useful degas-unpackbootimg for samsung PXA1088.

what is working :

wipe dalvik cache
fix permissions
gain root from stock
backup to external sdcard
built-in filemanager

what is not working :
can not wipe cache partition & little bit tricky to restore system partition.
and maybe many more, i didn't test all function

In case failed to restore System backup, "E:Unable to mount /system "

Restart/reboot twrp recovery, just restore SYSTEM (single partition),
MAKE sure to Tap System checkbox in twrp mount menu + md5 not check, before restore it again.
then restore other partition one by one.

How to flash :
extract attachment recovery twrp SM-T231 zip first.

Flash through Odin 3.09 > (recovery.img.tar.md5)
Since this is testing and Unofficial, flash at your own risk

8th February 2015, 04:01 AM |#105  
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Will this work for sm t237p???

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8th February 2015, 04:48 PM |#106  
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There is a TW build flag 'system allways mounted' or similar, you can try.
11th March 2015, 02:43 AM |#107  
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Does this custom recovery work with the SM-T237P (Sprint CDMA variant)?? Or does anyone know of where I can find one?
24th March 2015, 02:51 PM |#108  
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I'm not a dev, but apparently it does not work (I tried it on mine). There is no working recovery for the SM-T237P at this time. I'm not even sure if anyone is working on it, but a lot of folks are screaming for one.
27th March 2015, 04:55 PM |#109  
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Originally Posted by rrhaskin

I'm not a dev, but apparently it does not work (I tried it on mine). There is no working recovery for the SM-T237P at this time. I'm not even sure if anyone is working on it, but a lot of folks are screaming for one.

The information contained in the following thread confirms there is a way to root and then re-install the factory 3e recovery without losing root on the SM-T237P

29th March 2015, 09:19 PM |#110  
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Thanks Barry, I have performed those steps on my own tab, and I have root and the factory recovery. The TWRP does not work and there isn;'t a working one that I know of. And apparently the devs need more info to get a working ROM, which is my personal goal
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