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Official Marshmallow Update for SM-T705

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edan1979

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aumast

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Can I flash the zip with twrp recovery? If no when can I fund a recovery zip

Envoyé de mon SAMSUNG-SGH-I747 en utilisant Tapatalk
 

ashyx

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Can I flash the zip with twrp recovery? If no when can I fund a recovery zip

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Can I ask why you need a zip?
If you haven't got a PC then use Flashfire.
 

aumast

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Can I ask why you need a zip?
If you haven't got a PC then use Flashfire.
Thinks for your replay because I don't want to lose custom recovery and root if I use Odin and one day I have hard brick my s3 with Odin method so I prefer zip flash method that's all:)
 

ashyx

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Thinks for your replay because I don't want to lose custom recovery and root if I use Odin and one day I have hard brick my s3 with Odin method so I prefer zip flash method that's all:)
Then use Flashfire. It does everything you just stated.
By the way a hard brick is a dead device. Something you obviously didn't have.
It's almost impossible to brick a device with odin.
 

aumast

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Then use Flashfire. It does everything you just stated.
By the way a hard brick is a dead device. Something you obviously didn't have.
It's almost impossible to brick a device with odin.
OK must I use ota flash or firmware package in flash fire?

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dhigby

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Hi,

Thanks for the ROM, I've been waiting for this for a long time. I have the SM-T705 and have been running an AOSP version of Marshmallow, wanted to upgrade to the real thing.

I used Odin 3.11.1 and followed instructions on the download page. Flash via Odin suceeded, and when it rebooted, it got stuck on the Samsung screen long enough for me to do all kinds of research, force reboot, reset, clear cache, and see it get stuck again. Now I am almost done writing this post and the Samsung finally boots up.

So, all smiles now, but to anybody flashing, please note that the SAMSUNG logo stays solid for about 8-10 minutes before completing. Maybe this is because I have a 64Gig flash card installed? Who knows.:)
 

Funky185540

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Hey,

thanks for the post and the free download mirrors. Wanted to get this update since quite a long time, but that sammobile site just always kinda kept me from doing it...
Flashed the package via FlashFire, everything except the Recovery. Tab is running smoothely and just looks beautyful. All my Apps and Setting are still there (for the biggest part, some got lost, but they were'nt too important to me anyway...) and it's just great.

Thank you so much!
 

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