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[RECOVERY][GT-I9300] TWRP Flashing using Odin for GT-i9300

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By darki0xox, Member on 13th March 2014, 03:17 PM
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READ ALL THE INSTRUCTIONS.
DON'T FORGET TO BACKUP YOUR EFS FILES AND NANDROID BACKUP
WARRNING : YOUR ARE DOING THIS ON YOUR OWN RISK !


instructions to Flash TWRP on your GT-i9300 using Odin:

1- download the latest Odin ver. ( http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1738841 )
Or download Odin Via mobile.

2- download the latest .tar of TWRP ( http://techerrata.com/browse/twrp2/i9300 )

3- put your device in download ( home + power + Down )

4- open Odin as administrator

5- check Auto Reboot and F.Reset Time ONLY !

6- put your .tar File in PDA part only.

7- dont unplug your device till you see the Blue sign of DONE!

Volla now you're on TWRP latest version

( FOR MORE INFO : http://teamw.in/project/twrp2/114 )
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13th March 2014, 03:37 PM |#2  
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can anyone provide me with link for 2.7.0.0 of TWRP for GT-i9300

and i have CWM already , does it affect anything when i flash the TWRP ?

You could try the zip in this post: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...2/post50943534

Then you could just flash that using CWM. And yes it does affect things when you flash it as it changes your recovery from CWM to TWRP which is more touch screen based, easier to use as well as being a lot more powerful than a basic CWM. Having changed you may find TWRP doesn't find your previous backups. This is usually as both of those recoveries tend to save them in different places and it's just looking in the wrong place for the files. You can either change the settings to a CWM style restore or just run a new backup through TWRP and delete the old CWM one.
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13th March 2014, 03:39 PM |#3  
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You could try the zip in this post: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...2/post50943534

Then you could just flash that using CWM. And yes it does affect things when you flash it as it changes your recovery from CWM to TWRP which is more touch screen based, easier to use as well as being a lot more powerful than a basic CWM. Having changed you may find TWRP doesn't find your previous backups. This is usually as both of those recoveries tend to save them in different places and it's just looking in the wrong place for the files. You can either change the settings to a CWM style restore or just run a new backup through TWRP and delete the old CWM one.

thanks , and i made this post like a tutorial ^_^ <3
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16th February 2016, 10:47 AM |#4  
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Guys, everytime I flash twrp using ODIN it goes down as a success. And it reboots the phone. But then I shut down the phone and reboot to recovery its once again the default Samsung Recovery. The phone is not rooted. How do I prevent the original recovery from overwriting the TWRP recovery?
16th May 2016, 04:25 PM |#5  
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Guys, everytime I flash twrp using ODIN it goes down as a success. And it reboots the phone. But then I shut down the phone and reboot to recovery its once again the default Samsung Recovery. The phone is not rooted. How do I prevent the original recovery from overwriting the TWRP recovery?

Just use the TWRP Manager from the Play Store. Root the phone http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...92&postcount=3 and install the manager.
16th May 2016, 05:36 PM |#6  
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@lurker316: forget TWRP-manager. The only extra step, you need, is a factory reset. So backup all your data before. To avoid reboot after flashing TWRP, either uncheck reboot in Odin or pull out battery after succeeded flash.
17th May 2016, 07:38 PM |#7  
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Hi guys, i have a problem with my phone, I tryed to re-root it after upgrading to android 4.3, now the only response i get from the phone is download mode and that happens only when it's plugged in, I applied this TWRP but i still have the same problem. please if anyone has an idea, help!
here's my post if you need more details:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...-mode-t3380912
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Originally Posted by lurker316

Guys, everytime I flash twrp using ODIN it goes down as a success. And it reboots the phone. But then I shut down the phone and reboot to recovery its once again the default Samsung Recovery. The phone is not rooted. How do I prevent the original recovery from overwriting the TWRP recovery?


try turning off auto reboot sometimes samsung reverts itsel to the stock recovery
cuz samsung knows evrything :P
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