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19th May 2014, 12:53 AM |#371  
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Could you please provide support for the AT&T Galaxy S 4 ZOOM SM-C105A

My device is currently stock running SW-VER: " C105AUCUAMJ2 " which is 4.2.2 Jelly Bean

The only Firmware Download I could find on Sammobile is " C105AUBUAND1 " also 4.2.2 JB But for Mexico Telcel

C105AUBUAND1 Sammobile link Here: http://www.sammobile.com/firmwares/3/?download=28254

while researching I have found several sites stating that the Device using the Mexico Telcel firmware above uses AT&T Towers and is therefore compatible with US AT&T devices Both sport the same model# SM-C105A so I am in short hoping this is true.

My guess would be that maybe only the ASPN's may be different.

I also found one site that claims to have a working root method but was not impressed as they had 0/Zero reputation unlike yourself
If however I am able to obtain root on the current firmware C105AUCUAMJ2 I will undoubtedly provide you with the Recovery.img from it

if there is anything else I can provide to help further this matter please ask

I would greatly appreciate you looking into this ass well as any feed back you may be able to provide about my above stated situation

Thank You In Advance

Youre gonna need to download it your self and pull out the recovery. Sammobile takes forever to download from and doubt hes gonna waste a gig or so of bandwidth to put out a 10mb file. Not to sound like a jerk but you need to do some foot work yourself first to get help for something.
19th May 2014, 12:56 AM |#372  
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Youre gonna need to download it your self and pull out the recovery. Sammobile takes forever to download from and doubt hes gonna waste a gig or so of bandwidth to put out a 10mb file. Not to sound like a jerk but you need to do some foot work yourself first to get help for something.


Not at all I would have already but I'm still downloading it myself

Done
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20th May 2014, 08:41 AM |#373  
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Good morning everyone and Chainfire,
Here is the recovery for Samsung Galaxy Grand 2 LTE
SM-G7105
In case you have some time to build a CF-auto-root version for it.
Thanks a lot in advance.
Take care.
vne256

Hello,

Any chance to have this one rooted ?
Several users hoping on the sm-g7105 thread.
Stock recovery attached to original post (#334).
Thanks a lot.
20th May 2014, 02:52 PM |#374  
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update for N7100XXUFNE1 please it doesnot work in deodexed roms
22nd May 2014, 09:20 AM |#375  
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Can you take a look at the Duos version and see if a recovery is possible?Please please alstublieft let me know if a root solution is possible

1. SM-N7502 (Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Neo Duos)
2. Recovery see attached file (N7502XXUANC4_N7502OLBANC2_N7502XXUANC4_HOME.tar.m d5)
3. Snapdragon 400 MSM8228

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any progress on rooting the smasung galaxy tab 4 7.0?
22nd May 2014, 03:04 PM |#377  
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The T23x models unfortunately do not appear to be compatible with CF-Auto-Root due to not using the recovery partition normally (for now) - what happens if you reboot into recovery?
22nd May 2014, 03:13 PM |#378  
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Over the past few days I've added CF-Auto-Roots for the following devices:

S5:
- SM-G900S

S4 Mini:
- GT-I9190
- GT-I9192
- GT-I9195
- GT-I9197
- SPH-L520
- SHV-E370K
- SGH-I257M

Note3 Neo:
- SM-N750
- SM-N7500Q
- SM-N7502
- SM-N7505
- SM-N7505L
- SM-N7506V
- SM-N7507
- SM-N7508V
- SM-N750K
- SM-N750L
- SM-N750S

Various Tab models:
- SM-T330
- SM-T330NU
- SM-T331
- SM-T335
- SM-T530
- SM-T530NU
- SM-T531
- SM-T535

Unfortunately the Tab4 7" SM-T23x models seem to be incompatible for now.

http://autoroot.chainfire.eu/
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Im a noob at rooting @Chainfire im just used to jailbreaking my apple products. So it wont be rootable forever or will it just take time? Thank you for your help i appreciate it. And how do i boot it into recovery mode?
22nd May 2014, 03:22 PM |#380  
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Im a noob at rooting @Chainfire im just used to jailbreaking my apple products. So it wont be rootable forever or will it just take time? Thank you for your help i appreciate it. And how do i boot it into recovery mode?

CFAR is just one automated method to gain root. I'm sure it's not at all impossible to get root.

Try to get 'adb shell' access to the device - you should be able to find some guides, and you will need this when you are rooted as well. It's a good thing to learn either way.

Once you have 'adb shell' working, type: 'adb reboot recovery' (instead of 'adb shell' ) and see what happens.
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The T23x models unfortunately do not appear to be compatible with CF-Auto-Root due to not using the recovery partition normally (for now) - what happens if you reboot into recovery?

Just does the normal and goes to the stock android recovery with all the normal options to select.

On a side note, Im not scared to break stuff and have always been able to recover if you need someone to test things. Lucky unlike alot if not all Samsungs on 4.3 and 4.4, Ive been able to upgrade and downgrade firmware via odin with out any issues.
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