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27th April 2013, 10:10 PM |#21  
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Flash Experimental #4 for your specific device (from my thread). Its working properly now.

Great news thanks. Have both variants of TWRP been tested and verified working fine as I see you updated them to public release but someone had problems with the touch mapping.

EDIT: Nevermind I see from the thread that the touch mapping is still being worked on but at least cwm is working well now.

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28th April 2013, 07:27 AM |#22  
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Flash Experimental #4 for your specific device (from my thread). Its working properly now.

will update it tonight when i get home.
thanks for your work on these recoveries


update: just flashed #4 and CWM recovery working well now. thanks.
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29th April 2013, 11:15 AM |#23  
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SAMSUNG GALAXY NOTE 8.0 PUBLIC VERSION V1.1 RELEASED!!

This Toolkit is now out of test phase and released as a public version.

Changelog:
ToolKit v1.1 (29th April 2013)
+Updated Toolkit to public release
+Updated cwm recovery [ported by emwno] to Ex4 which is almost perfect now [TWRP still being worked on]
+Updated some of the Toolkit procedures
+Minor improvements

Download link in first post.

Professional users can Auto Update to the latest version directly via the Toolkit.

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29th April 2013, 01:07 PM |#24  
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Thank you Mark for all the fine work your doing,it's very much appreciated,auto updated as soon as i read this.
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Very cool! working like a dream.

You'd be my hero if you could get this running on MacOS, but switching to boot camp isn't much hassle. This is definitely worth a donation, look forward to more development from you!
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Thank you boss you helped me when I first rooted my Galaxy Nexus, lol you were a reason why Im ADDICTED TO ANDROID DEVELOPMENT (forget all that FLASH_A_HOLIC) im interested and respect it as a WHOLE, but this sounds unfriendly and its not meant to be. Just a emotional THANKS, your the man!
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I keep trying to install cwm with toolkit and even though Odin says success, when I reboot into recovery I keep getting stock recovery.. What could be going wrong?

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2nd May 2013, 04:06 PM |#28  
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I keep trying to install cwm with toolkit and even though Odin says success, when I reboot into recovery I keep getting stock recovery.. What could be going wrong?

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did you flash insecure boot image first?
2nd May 2013, 06:36 PM |#29  
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How step to install cwm? Im new

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I keep trying to install cwm with toolkit and even though Odin says success, when I reboot into recovery I keep getting stock recovery.. What could be going wrong?

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If the stock recovery keeps coming back after flashing a custom recovery then your system has the 2 recovery restore files present.

The 2 files need renaming to stop the stock recovery being flashed on a reboot.

The files are /system/recovery-from-boot.p and /system/etc/install-recovery.sh but you need root to modify them so if you go through the root process in the toolkit they will automatically be renamed and the custom recovery will stick.

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9th May 2013, 09:16 AM |#31  
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Hello
Hello to you all and thanks for this great toolkit.

I just got some questions regarding this as I'm new to this Galaxy Note 8.0

-The toolkit works fine but when I do root all in one option it replaces the recovery and boot.img but the root app and busybox is not installed.
I need to flash the zip "SuperSU-1.25-Busybox-RenameRecoveryRestore" to get root and busybox, so no problem but I tought it was done automaticly?

-When I take a beckup I get these file , A and B files , if I restore all goes well but why is the .tar divided in A and B files?
(see screenshot)

-Is there a other way to back up my IMEI/EFS as it is not supported in the toolkit? (sorry but this is the first samsung I got)


Now I made a all in one package that you flash from cwm (I added some stuff)

Init.d support , zipalign at boot if new apps are installed , I/O tweak in init.d(1000points extra in quadrant) and the stuff that was already included, SU , Rename recovery, Busybox (I updated it with 1.21.0) and insecure boot.

credits for the init.d support:Ryuinferno @ XDA

After flashing the zip don't let the recovery "Disable recovery flash" as it is needed for the init.d support, don't worry your custom recovery won't be overwritten.

So the only thing you need to be one is a custom cwm.

EDIT:
New package, I added Init.d in the boot.img so it doesn't use the install_recovery.sh anymore.
This is a much cleaner way to get it.

So this package will do the following:
  • SuperSu 1.25
  • BusyBox 1.21.0
  • Rename recovery on boot installation.sh
  • Install insecure boot.img with init.d support
  • Init.d folder (system/etc/init.d) with test file to see if it working (data= Test.log) , zipalign, I/O tweak
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