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By surendar1863, Member on 6th June 2012, 01:26 AM
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Hi,

How could i flash Custom ROM with Odin..

Because

1. I am not able to go into recovery mode by holding Volume up+Volume Down+Power Buttons

2. I could not reboot into recovery mode using adb commands (stuck at at&t screen)

3. I could not reboot into recovery by flashing any kernel with CWM.. obviously i have to use volume up+Volume Down+Power Buttons again :(


I am able to flash stock ROM through ODIN 1 click downloader (currently on I897UCKI2)..and its the only way i could flash a ROM now..

So is there a way to install custom rom through ODIN ?

Please help...
 
 
6th June 2012, 02:01 AM |#2  
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If you can get into download mode (power off, hold V+/V-, insert USB), you can try flashing a ROM via Heimdall. Apex 12.5 has a package you can flash from Heimdall.

You can also try Mosaic 9, as that has an Odin-based installer package.
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Originally Posted by surendar1863

Hi,

How could i flash Custom ROM with Odin..

Because

1. I am not able to go into recovery mode by holding Volume up+Volume Down+Power Buttons

2. I could not reboot into recovery mode using adb commands (stuck at at&t screen)

3. I could not reboot into recovery by flashing any kernel with CWM.. obviously i have to use volume up+Volume Down+Power Buttons again :(


I am able to flash stock ROM through ODIN 1 click downloader (currently on I897UCKI2)..and its the only way i could flash a ROM now..

So is there a way to install custom rom through ODIN ?

Please help...

yes you can, use the link below and download any of the latest rom with bootloader based on odin.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1300843
24th March 2014, 09:15 AM |#4  
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Hey there., ive got the same problem too., cant go to recovery mode and stuck in a bootloop.,
IS there a remedy ?? PLEASE HELP
24th March 2014, 08:19 PM |#5  
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Hey there., ive got the same problem too., cant go to recovery mode and stuck in a bootloop.,
IS there a remedy ?? PLEASE HELP

Read above, the answer was given.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1300843
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same problem but on a different device its gt-i9070 by samsung I download ROMs already but cant flash them there is absolute no custom recovery for this model tried anything and everything on google and xda , any solution to apply ROM not using recovery
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Is this file can use to flash i9300??? Where can i get custom rom for gt-i9300 that flash via odin...bcoz my s3 also cannot boot to recovery mode to hard reset
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Hey,

I'm using samsung galaxy star s5282. I rooted this phone 2 days ago. Everything went good until today when i was i my class it suddenly switched off. When i rebooted it, it hang on the samsung logo.
I tried to boot into cwm recovery mode by pressing v+, home, power but it boots into default system recovery mode.
I again flashed cwm recovery many times using odin but it dosent work. Odin shows pass but when i reboot my phone in cwm recovery mode my phone enters in default system recovery mode.

What should i do please please please help.....
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Note many devices will replace your custom recovery automatically during first boot. To prevent this, use Google to find the proper key combo to enter recovery. After typing fastboot reboot, hold the key combo and boot to TWRP. Once TWRP is booted, TWRP will patch the stock ROM to prevent the stock ROM from replacing TWRP. If you don't follow this step, you will have to repeat the install.
applies to all recoveries


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Originally Posted by surendar1863

Hi,

How could i flash Custom ROM with Odin..

Because

1. I am not able to go into recovery mode by holding Volume up+Volume Down+Power Buttons

2. I could not reboot into recovery mode using adb commands (stuck at at&t screen)

3. I could not reboot into recovery by flashing any kernel with CWM.. obviously i have to use volume up+Volume Down+Power Buttons again


I am able to flash stock ROM through ODIN 1 click downloader (currently on I897UCKI2)..and its the only way i could flash a ROM now..

So is there a way to install custom rom through ODIN ?

Please help...

Surenda 1863,

I had exactly the same problem and it took me almost one week of fiiddling and searching the Web to solve it.
The solution was in front me since day ONE : install ODIN on the PC !
In my case, I had I had accidentally wiped out the stock ROM and the tablet was hopelessly frozen on the download mode. I couldn't turn it off to boot it back with any of the usual buttons ( Volume , Home, Power)

I made the wrong assumption that since my PC didn't see the tablet, it couldn't connect to Odin either . I was wrong!

Here is what you have to do:


1. Install Odin on your PC. Connect the tablet to it. You will see that Odin sees the tablet because there will be a caption saying "added" on the top left.
2. Press the AP tab button at the right to go to the location where your Stock ROM is. The stock ROM file will have an MD5 ending.
3 Once the file is loaded (next to the AP button) just press Start. You will see the DOWNLOAD bar gradually filling up on the tablet and at the top left of ODIN.
4. When the operation is terminated, you will see a caption " PASSED" at the top left of he Odin screen and the tablet will automatically boot up to the HOME screen.

As simple as this! I didn't even have to worry about flashing the TWRP ( or CWR) recovery system, probably because the OS ROM was already wiped out. May be your case is different. I only know that in my case it worked like a charm.

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