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genyue

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Jan 24, 2008
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Installing a custom recovery on Galaxy Note 2 LTE

Samsung devices come with a unique boot mode called
Download Mode which is very similar to Fastboot Mode on some devices with unlocked bootloaders. Heimdall is a cross-platform, open source tool for interfacing with Download Mode on Samsung devices. The preferred method of installing a custom recovery is through this boot mode. Rooting the stock firmware is neither recommended nor necessary.

1. Download koush's ClockworkMod Recovery, and the Heimdall Suite:
koush's ClockworkMod Recovery: download

md5: a89a57f343b0784581c5fa4ef68209e4

Windows:
Heimdall Suite 1.4RC1 Command-line Binary(has bug): download
Heimdall Suite 1.4RC2 Command-line Binary: download

NOTE: The Heimdall Suite 1.4RC2 requires the Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 Redistributable Package to be installed on the computer, which can be downloaded here. You will need the 32/64 bit version as required by Heimdall, NOT as required by your OS. Heimdall currently seems to be 32 bit. You may well ACTUALLY need to reboot for the redistributable to install properly.

2. Power off the Galaxy Note 2 LTE and connect the USB adapter to the computer but not to the Galaxy Note 2 LTE.
3. Now boot the Galaxy Note 2 LTE into download mode by holding down Home & Volume Down & Power. Accept the disclaimer. After this insert the USB cable into the device.

Windows only:
Run the included zadig.exe in the drivers folder of the Heimdall Suite.
Choose Options » List All Devices from the menu.
Select Samsung USB Composite Device or Gadget Serial or Device Name from the drop down menu.
Click Replace Driver (having selecting "Installed Driver" from the drop down list built into the button).

NOTE: A prompt may appear warning that the installer is unable to verify the publisher of the driver, ignore it and select "Install this driver anyway." Also you may receive two strange prompts, possibly from Windows, about security. Cancel then both and just carry on.
NOTE: On Windows 8 you must disable driver signature enforcement in order to use zadig.

4. Place koush's ClockworkMod Recovery file into the Heimdall directory.
5. On the computer, open a terminal and run the following command from the Heimdall directory:

heimdall flash --recovery recovery.img --no-reboot

Tip: It may be necessary to run the command as root in Linux distributions, ie "sudo heimdall [...]". If a blue bar doesn't show up after the process has finished or this appears: "Failed to confirm end of file transfer sequence!", it may be a symptom.
Tip: it may be necessary to capitalize the name of the partition on some devices... ie --KERNEL instead of --kernel, or ---RECOVERY instead of --recovery
Tip: protocol initialization can (does?) fail if the device is connected via a USB hub - connect directly to the PC

6. A blue transfer bar will appear on the device showing the recovery being transferred.
7. You need now to manually reboot the phone into ClockworkMod Recovery mode.
8. The Galaxy Note 2 LTE now has ClockworkMod Recovery installed. Continue to the next section.

Source http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Install_CM_for_t0lte
 
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zoness

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OK, so what if the MD5SUM check is not the same for CWM? I've been trying to download the right one all night, have used the one from the CM wiki page, as well as this one, and neither one's check sum matches the one listed in the install instructions.
 

kvino55

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Returned with this error.

ERROR: Failed to confirm end of file transfer sequence!
ERROR: RECOVERY upload failed!

Ending session...
ERROR: Failed to send end session packet!
Releasing device interface...
 

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    Installing a custom recovery on Galaxy Note 2 LTE

    Samsung devices come with a unique boot mode called
    Download Mode which is very similar to Fastboot Mode on some devices with unlocked bootloaders. Heimdall is a cross-platform, open source tool for interfacing with Download Mode on Samsung devices. The preferred method of installing a custom recovery is through this boot mode. Rooting the stock firmware is neither recommended nor necessary.

    1. Download koush's ClockworkMod Recovery, and the Heimdall Suite:
    koush's ClockworkMod Recovery: download

    md5: a89a57f343b0784581c5fa4ef68209e4

    Windows:
    Heimdall Suite 1.4RC1 Command-line Binary(has bug): download
    Heimdall Suite 1.4RC2 Command-line Binary: download

    NOTE: The Heimdall Suite 1.4RC2 requires the Microsoft Visual C++ 2012 Redistributable Package to be installed on the computer, which can be downloaded here. You will need the 32/64 bit version as required by Heimdall, NOT as required by your OS. Heimdall currently seems to be 32 bit. You may well ACTUALLY need to reboot for the redistributable to install properly.

    2. Power off the Galaxy Note 2 LTE and connect the USB adapter to the computer but not to the Galaxy Note 2 LTE.
    3. Now boot the Galaxy Note 2 LTE into download mode by holding down Home & Volume Down & Power. Accept the disclaimer. After this insert the USB cable into the device.

    Windows only:
    Run the included zadig.exe in the drivers folder of the Heimdall Suite.
    Choose Options » List All Devices from the menu.
    Select Samsung USB Composite Device or Gadget Serial or Device Name from the drop down menu.
    Click Replace Driver (having selecting "Installed Driver" from the drop down list built into the button).

    NOTE: A prompt may appear warning that the installer is unable to verify the publisher of the driver, ignore it and select "Install this driver anyway." Also you may receive two strange prompts, possibly from Windows, about security. Cancel then both and just carry on.
    NOTE: On Windows 8 you must disable driver signature enforcement in order to use zadig.

    4. Place koush's ClockworkMod Recovery file into the Heimdall directory.
    5. On the computer, open a terminal and run the following command from the Heimdall directory:

    heimdall flash --recovery recovery.img --no-reboot

    Tip: It may be necessary to run the command as root in Linux distributions, ie "sudo heimdall [...]". If a blue bar doesn't show up after the process has finished or this appears: "Failed to confirm end of file transfer sequence!", it may be a symptom.
    Tip: it may be necessary to capitalize the name of the partition on some devices... ie --KERNEL instead of --kernel, or ---RECOVERY instead of --recovery
    Tip: protocol initialization can (does?) fail if the device is connected via a USB hub - connect directly to the PC

    6. A blue transfer bar will appear on the device showing the recovery being transferred.
    7. You need now to manually reboot the phone into ClockworkMod Recovery mode.
    8. The Galaxy Note 2 LTE now has ClockworkMod Recovery installed. Continue to the next section.

    Source http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Install_CM_for_t0lte