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[ODIN][TAR] SPH-D710.FC22_CL287574 (FC22 Modem/Kernel/ROM - Full Restore - Rooted)

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By sfhub, Senior Member on 24th March 2012, 04:18 AM
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Thanks Denys Vlasenko/chris41g for busybox, ChainsDD for su, Steady Hawkin for FC22+CWM-Rogue(repack),
calkulin for FC22 leak, qbking77 for video, id10terror for Odin 1-click suggestions,
mavd5831, True_Darknight, RainMotorSports for mirror(s)

You may have heard... the zerglings fought a noble battle against the samdroids and held their own for many battles, but were finally defeated on the EL13 battleground. Starting with EL13 the zergrush exploit is plugged. Do not fear, as the zerglings have enlisted their old ally Odin to fight the next battle for them.

This One-Click ODIN contains the STOCK FC22 Modem/Kernel/ROM for the E4GT.

This is based off of calkulin's leaked FC22 and your thanks should go to him.

The ONLY change was the addition of ROOT to the ROM. NOTHING else was changed. If you made no other changes, you WOULD be able to install an OTA patch update (based off of FC22) on top of this w/o issues.

This will NOT trigger the Yellow Triangle NOR will it increment the ODIN flash count.

This does NOT have the issue with the USB jig being disabled.

This is equivalent to using the Auto Root Package on a stock ROM. In fact, if you used that package to UNROOT (Option B) this ROM then it would become 100% stock. After flashing this all functions of that package will be functional.

There are two versions provided, a FULL Restore that resets your whole phone, similar to a factory restore, and a No Data Restore, which is the same, except it preserves your User Data. The NoData version is only suggested if you are upgrading or remaining at the same version.

Instructions - Video by qbking77 [ODIN One-Click / Install CWM]

0) Backup anything important and Disable any PINs
This process will restore you to factory software. All your Android data will be reset.
To be safe, it is best to archive your backup off your phone, ie on your PC or dropbox.

Note #1: Please DISABLE any PIN code you may have created to protect your phone. As a security measure, after the flash, Android will ask you for your PIN, if you have one enabled. It is simpler to have no PIN active. If you forgot your PIN then, after the factory restore, just enter the wrong PIN a few times and it will warn you. Enter the wrong PIN again and it will reset the filesystem.

1) Install Samsung USB/Android drivers (if necessary) [USB/Android]

2) Download the FC22 full restore One-Click self-extractor
SPH-D710.FC22_CL287574_ROOTED-oc-sfx.exe [Mirror1 / Mirror2 / Mirror3] (RESET user data)
[MD5: c9123f772037657529f7cc49eb37438e / Size: 304,162,306]

SPH-D710.FC22_CL287574_ROOTED_NODATA-oc-sfx.exe [Mirror1 / Mirror2 / Mirror3] (PRESERVE user data - do NOT use if downgrading versions)
[MD5: 1251a037f36319de262c1b01a675f3f8 / Size: 303,146,401]

Mac/Linux - Install 7-zip, then use it to unpack the individual ODIN components in Reference Section B (below). If Heimdall fails flashing all 3 files together, try doing them individually. Skip the remaining instructions that are windows specific (steps 3, 4, 6).

Android - Install ZArchiver, then use it to unpack the ODIN OneClick 7zip self-extractor file in this section (long press *-oc-sfx.exe, Open as archive, Odin-OC, select *-OneClick.exe, Extract). Use Mobile ODIN to Open File the resulting *-OneClick.exe file. Mobile ODIN issue - modem might not flash consistently. Skip the remaining instructions that are windows ODIN specific (steps 3, 4, 5, 6).

3) Extract the package
double-click on the self-extractor file, specify the directory to extract to (instructions assume C:\)

4) Start ODIN One-Click
Navigate to C:\Odin-OC
Full: Double-click on SPH-D710.FC22_CL287574_ROOTED-OneClick.exe
NoData: Double-click on SPH-D710.FC22_CL287574_ROOTED_NODATA-OneClick.exe

5) Place phone in ODIN download mode
Method #1
Power down phone
Wait for capacitative button lights to turn off
Simultaneously Press and Hold [Power] [VolDn] until confirmation screen appears
Press [VolUp] to enter Download mode
Method #2
adb reboot download
Connect USB cable to PC if not already connected
ODIN should show yellow COM port in 2nd column
Note #1: If you do not see a yellow COM port, you may need to run the ODIN One-Click as Administrator and/or unplug/plugin the USB cable after starting ODIN One-Click.

6) Start ODIN flash process
Press [Start]

7) Complete - PASS!
When complete you should see a screen similar to what is shown at top of post
Phone will automatically reboot
Status should change to green PASS!

Boot process will be slightly longer than usual during which time you'll see the 4G logo screen.

If you want CWM use Option D in the Auto Root Package to install FC22+CWM-Rogue (you are already rooted so Option A is not necessary)

If you need to clear NVRAM/Sprint data login info, perform a ##72786# reset from the Dialer and enter MSL.
Type getprop ril.MSL in adb shell or terminal to retrieve your MSL.

For NoData install:
- If you are getting random force closes, wipe cache/dalvik-cache
- If you have troubles with Android Market, clear data from
menu->applications->all->market->clear data
- If you have troubles booting into Android, perform factory reset from within Recovery
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24th March 2012, 04:18 AM |#2  
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Reference Section
A) Resources
a1) calkulin - Leaked FC22
a2) tar.md5 versions of One-Click (for regular ODIN):
SPH-D710.FC22_CL287574_ROOTED-sfx.exe [Mirror1 / Mirror2] [MD5: fca8599af76e8948a083f4e094324faf / Size: 303,910,872]
SPH-D710.FC22_CL287574_ROOTED_NODATA-sfx.exe [Mirror1 / Mirror2] [MD5: 0bb83210661504c219555ac74355bed6 / Size: 302,906,299]

B) (Individual) STOCK FC22 ODIN/CWM Components
b0) Odin3 v1.85 (windows)
- these are ODIN tar.md5 files bundled in a 7-zip self-extractor
- ONLY use PDA Button for any of the following
- Windows - Double-click on the self-extractor and choose your ODIN directory
- Mac/Linux - Use 7-zip to extract
b1) [ODIN] FC22 Modem [Mirror1 / Mirror2] [MD5: 653a23210ce55ea76fdab2c108f7615d / Size: 4,094,906]
b2) [ODIN] FC22 Kernel [Mirror1 / Mirror2] [MD5: c76960ddc2d0385213487593a936302e / Size: 6,075,229]
b3) [ODIN] FC22 ROM [Mirror1 / Mirror2] [MD5: cbe59169a5adf22790aab62410d68e5f / Size: 285,375,764]
b4) [ODIN] FC22 ROM + root [Mirror1 / Mirror2] [MD5: c8cbe160b66354e1933c1eafb1a50e2b / Size: 285,373,680]
b5) [CWM] FC22 Modem [Mirror1 / Mirror2] [MD5: 6d3292f24dd0766ed112679d11cc85f6 / Size: 5,133,446]
b6) [CWM] FC22 Kernel [Mirror1 / Mirror2] [MD5: 6b565b533461662e98fe114512376a29 / Size: 6,033,491]

c1) Windows tells me "Unrecognized device (code 42)" and ODIN OC doesn't see my phone
c2) What happened to USB Storage in ICS, how do I get the old GB behavior back?
c3) How do I run Auto Root, ODIN OneClick, or ODIN on Mac?
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24th March 2012, 04:21 AM |#3  
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Samsung removed the USB mass storage option from the settings menu, so with the stock kernel it defaults to MTP USB mode and there is no UI to modify to use USB mass storage.

I've asked Calkulin if he would mind if I included his modified kernel in the Auto Root package. This would enable USB mass storage by default instead of MTP mode.
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24th March 2012, 04:31 AM |#4  
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Thank you so much!

And, first for my first!
24th March 2012, 04:55 AM |#5  
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2nd that. Thank you
24th March 2012, 05:03 AM |#6  
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Rocking it as always! Thanks
24th March 2012, 05:06 AM |#7  
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I believe enabling USB debugging will make USB mass storage the default when you plug in like it does on the GB ROM. It may save having to mess around with the kernel.

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24th March 2012, 05:15 AM |#8  
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this good enough for a daily driver?
24th March 2012, 05:27 AM |#9  
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Originally Posted by coke32

this good enough for a daily driver?

Yes it is. Give it a whirl!
24th March 2012, 05:30 AM |#10  
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Originally Posted by Dchibro

I believe enabling USB debugging will make USB mass storage the default when you plug in like it does on the GB ROM. It may save having to mess around with the kernel.

I will try it again, but when I tried that previously during testing with FC22, it stayed in MTP mode.
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24th March 2012, 09:03 AM |#11  
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First off, thanks sfhub and co. I have a funny feeling about F22, in a good way. It actually says "updating ..."(I cannot remember what now); something about it makes me think were close to official release. Probably pretty obvious...
I noticed when invoking USB debugging it remains in MTP mode, unlike GB. But there is an option in settings somewhere to turn on USB storage, I just cannot remember where(at least in FC15).
Enough of my stupidity. Many thanks again.
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