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depdries

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Oct 29, 2017
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bootloader for samsung galaxy Tab S 10.5 SM-T800

hi,
i have tried to launch the bootloader T800 here above, but Odin gave me the message that it was not succesfull.

My android system is 6.0.1
Kernal version 3.4.39-8965996
[email protected]#1
Buildnr : MMB29K.T800XX1CPK2

Has anyone got the solution to unlock the bootloader ?
My system is already rooted ...
Odin is installed ...

Many thanks ...
:)
 

iLoveMuffinz

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Jul 26, 2016
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MD5 hash value invalid??

what? everything was going well untill this happpened... im not sure how or why but any help? trying to fix my broken Tab S 10.5 T800.
 

artart123123

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Feb 2, 2018
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t807V

Hi everyone,
do you think the t-807 bootloader will work for t807v too?
The latter is a verizon tablet, I am trying to unlock the bootloader to flash different non verizon rom.
thanks
 

Andreid_su

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Feb 9, 2018
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Bootloader...

Hello, ( sorry newbie nere) I have a SM-T700 on 6.0.1, these bootloaders above listed... i kind of assume once flashed, the device has an unlocked bootloader.... right?
Does is matter is the device is rooted or not? i want to root it and i seem to get conflicting advices... i read that the bootloader should be unlocked first and in other instances it should be rooted before unlocking the bootloader... hence my confusion...
Thank you

PS: my ultimate goal is to be able to move apps off internal to SD-card, and learn about fixing Android apps too.
 
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ashyx

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Hello, ( sorry newbie nere) I have a SM-T700 on 6.0.1, these bootloaders above listed... i kind of assume once flashed, the device has an unlocked bootloader.... right?
Does is matter is the device is rooted or not? i want to root it and i seem to get conflicting advices... i read that the bootloader should be unlocked first and in other instances it should be rooted before unlocking the bootloader... hence my confusion...
Thank you

PS: my ultimate goal is to be able to move apps off internal to SD-card, and learn about fixing Android apps too.
Your device doesn't have a locked bootloader.
 

Andreid_su

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Feb 9, 2018
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Your device doesn't have a locked bootloader.
Thank you! lol! that took care of it ;)
now i am rooted, have a 120G sd-card partitioned 93.75GB ( exFat) / 26GB(Ext2) .
The exFat seems fine, but the Ext2 is reported as corrupt and does not mount, i tried to reformat it but have not redone partition yet. Does the tool matter? i think i created the partition with Win10 tools, formated the exFat with it, then went to another tool to format the unallocated into Ext2.
I am hoping to have the ext2 "adopted" and mounted as internal storage for apps.
 

ashyx

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Thank you! lol! that took care of it ;)
now i am rooted, have a 120G sd-card partitioned 93.75GB ( exFat) / 26GB(Ext2) .
The exFat seems fine, but the Ext2 is reported as corrupt and does not mount, i tried to reformat it but have not redone partition yet. Does the tool matter? i think i created the partition with Win10 tools, formated the exFat with it, then went to another tool to format the unallocated into Ext2.
I am hoping to have the ext2 "adopted" and mounted as internal storage for apps.
Don't use a tool to do it. Use the native partition command of your device.
 

Andreid_su

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Don't use a tool to do it. Use the native partition command of your device.
Thanks... done, no error showing.
i moved an app to external storage... how can i confirm that the sd-card ext2 partion is being used? because it "feels" like it is using the exFat.
In settings, general, storage, i see internal; sd-card, and the size of it matches the exFat partition... the ext2 partition is not showing anywhere, but i know it is there.

for the command "pm set-install-location"... o-auto; 1-internal; 2-external ..... is external the exFat?
because if my ext2 partition is useless... i will get rid of it and only use the exFat.... unless there is a good reason to have it... ;)
 
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