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By yahoonuts, Member on 6th June 2014, 04:04 PM
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Does anyone have or can make a 4.4.2 debrick file for a gs3 r530u and r530?
 
 
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Please someone help us


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what service provider model is that?
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Is the same as the i535 for Verizon

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Is the same as the i535 for Verizon

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I've waited for almost 2 years to have R530C debrick image, no one have that file. I almost give up, and then my stupid idea came up... ( You'll need linux terminal, and basic linux command knowledge )

1.) Download odin package for your device ( make sure it's the same version with your latest firmware before got bricked )
2.) Extract the .tar.md5 file ( WinRar / 7zip will give error message, just ignore it )
3.) Grab debrick image for your device, or at least the same variant ( R530C / U / M ) firmware version doesn't matter.
4.) Clone the debrick image to your microSD card.
5.) Now back to extracted folder of your firmware, copy these files :

sbl1.mbn
sbl2.mbn
sbl3.mbn
aboot.mbn
rpm.mbn
tz.mbn

to your working directory

6.) List your debrick microSD partition using parted ( mine was /dev/sdb, make sure you have the right partition before doing these commands )
I forgot the command, but it's something like
Code:
parted /dev/sdb
Code:
(parted) print
7.) Now you can see the partition list (sbl1,sbl2,etc)
8.) And then do this :

sudo dd if=sbl1.mbn of=/dev/sdbX
sudo dd if=sbl2.mbn of=/dev/sdbX
sudo dd if=sbl3.mbn of=/dev/sdbX
sudo dd if=aboot.mbn of=/dev/sdbX
sudo dd if=rpm.mbn of=/dev/sdbX
sudo dd if=tz.mbn of=/dev/sdbX

9.) After finishing all the command, remove your microSD from card reader, cross finger.. and Good Luck.

Sorry for my "not-so-easy" tutorial, I wish I could explain it a little easier to understand.. but my english sucks
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