[RECOVERY]TWRP 3.0.3-1 unofficial [SM-T700/T705/800/805/807] - UPDATE 10/02/2017

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ashyx

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UPDATE 10/02/2016- New version of TWRP has been released v3.0.3-0. See below:

https://twrp.me/site/update/2016/04/05/twrp-3.0.2-0-released.html

I have updated versions SM-T800/805 with new builds. TWRP is now v3.0.3-1

TWRP OFFICIAL APP RELEASED: https://twrp.me/app/

Fixes:
Download mode now available in REBOOT options.
Root Shell now available in ADB.
Radio and Recovery backup.
System image backup/restore
Factory image flashing.

Supersu root option removed. This is to pre-empt the upgrade to MM which would cause a bootloop.
MTP fix - MTP now finally working in recovery.
Note: On my PC MTP works perfect in windows 7, but on Windows 8.1 was a little quirky. If you get a USB DEVICE NOT RECOGNISED error after enabling MTP, disable then quickly re-enable MTP and this should fix it.


This version also has system image backup and restore included. It is also possible to flash factory firmware images via the Image install button. (see the TWRP changelog above for more info)
UPDATE 5/3/16:
Have modified the twrp source code and extended factory image partition flashing to include all images except SBOOT.bin (still working on how to flash the bootloader via recovery)
This means BOOT, SYSTEM, RECOVERY, CACHE, HIDDEN, MODEM(RADIO) can all be flashed from the factory firmware. No need for ODIN anymore. As far as I know the Tab S is the only device supporting this at the moment.
(Note: to flash the modem it is necessary to rename MODEM.bin to MODEM.bin.img first)


TWRP_3.0.2-1-T700

TWRP-3.0.2-1-T705

TWRP-3.0.2-1-T800

NOTE: Certain models of the T800 version have a bug at the moment where the screen will be blank when booting to TWRP recovery until the screen timeout kicks in. After that pressing any button will show the screen. As a work around setting the timeout to 15 secs will shorten the wait.


TWRP-3.0.2-1-T805/T807(ATT or Verizon not supported)

twrp_3.0.3-1_sm-t800_10217

twrp_3.0.3-1_sm-t805_10217

FLASH WITH ODIN OR FLASHFIRE OR EXTRACT THE RECOVERY.IMG AND FLASH WITH TWRP

NOTE: It is important to boot to recovery after flashing with Odin or twrp may not stick and will be replaced with stock recovery.
When flashing uncheck auto reboot in Odin, immediately after flashing manually reboot and boot into twrp.

Manual reboot is POWER + HOME +VOL DOWN then as soon as the screen goes blank immediately change to VOL UP whilst still holding the other buttons.


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Bootloader is unlocked. But I already flashed a modified cwm which doesn't work too well. So not sure if I could pull the stock recovery unless I reflash the stock rom.
 

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Bootloader is unlocked. But I already flashed a modified cwm which doesn't work too well. So not sure if I could pull the stock recovery unless I reflash the stock rom.

If you have the firmware downloaded just right click on the md5 and open it with 7zip or Winrar, then simply just drag the recover IMG to your desktop and send it here(or link to download). I'm not going to go to much in depth as I don't want this thread to be filled with non related to twrp stuff. I'm also unsure if he has time but ash is one good recovery builder ;)
 

ashyx

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Is it possible to rebuild or for the sm-n9100? Note 4 duos?

Offering a bounty of $20 bucks to anyone's paypal account.

Should be possible as long as the right files are available. This is a snapdragon 805 device?
Seeing as I don't have this device you would have to test the builds and I would need some info from the device. Might take a few builds to get a proper working one.
I take it you are currently rooted? Also could you send me a link to the version of cwm you are using?
 
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ashyx

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This unofficial TWRP fails to flash, just says failed when trying to install.
Again, you need to confirm what your exact model is and build number. As you can see from the post above it flashes fine on a T800.

Post a screenshot of the issue with Odin.
 

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It's flashing for me ok on my T800 with IronRom 2.0. Only thing is the root ain't working. Or do I need to unselect auto-reboot and do a forced shutdown? And clear cache and reboot?

Well it didn't boot up with the auto reboot it was stuck in bootloader so now trying to wipe cache/dalvik and it hangs on formatting cache using make_ext4fs function

edit: reflashed IronRom 2.0 to fix cache issue. After the cache wipe it boots up

edit2: it appears to be rooted but it ain't working. But when an app should ask for root permissions the app goes black screen. For Titanium backup it just hangs on checking
 
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ashyx

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It's flashing for me ok on my T800 with IronRom 2.0. Only thing is the root ain't working. Or do I need to unselect auto-reboot and do a forced shutdown? And clear cache and reboot?

Well it didn't boot up with the auto reboot it was stuck in bootloader so now trying to wipe cache/dalvik and it hangs on formatting cache using make_ext4fs function

edit: reflashed IronRom 2.0 to fix cache issue. After the cache wipe it boots up

edit2: it appears to be rooted but it ain't working. But when an app should ask for root permissions the app goes black screen. For Titanium backup it just hangs on checking

Did you update the supersu app as requested? You need to post a screenshot of root validator so I can see the status of root.
You may just need to select full unroot from settings in the supersu app then boot into twrp and run the root process again or flash the supersu2.46 zip.

Also regarding wiping cache, it can sometimes take longer depending on what's in cache at the time. It may seem like it's hung but eventually completes. On occasion I've seen it take up to a few minutes to wipe.
 
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ashyx

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So it's a Rom issue?
What's the actual problem?
Isn't the Rom already rooted, unusual for a custom Rom to not be prerooted?
 
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ashyx

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Well it didn't boot up with the auto reboot it was stuck in bootloader so now trying to wipe cache/dalvik and it hangs on formatting cache using make_ext4fs function
Looked into this issue and have fixed it. Wipe Cache should work now. :)
 

Robin M

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Unofficial version of the latest TWRP, don't think it's been released yet.
Found it by accident for another device, so have rebuilt it for the Tab S Exynos version only.

TWRP-2.8.6.1

NOTE: If after using TWRP to root you don't see the notification to update Supersu, just install the latest Supersu app from Play. Check root status with Root Validator
Supersu
Root validator
Just today, I rooted my new Tab S (SM-T800) AFTER allowing it to OTA update to Android 5.0.2. After that, I used Odin to flash the latest version of CWM I could find for this device, and that trashed recovery altogether. Couldn't get into recovery at all. So I used Odin again to flash TWRP 2.8.6.0 and had recovery back, BUT I kept getting notifications that SuperSU needed to be updated. What I did then was flash "BETA-SuperSU-v2.48.zip", and that resolved the "update needed" problem, and all seems to be working smoothly now. :good:

I'm running stock Touchwiz Lollipop 5.0.2 . Haven't tried changing ROM's, but don't really have a desire to do that just yet.
 
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    UPDATE 10/02/2016- New version of TWRP has been released v3.0.3-0. See below:

    https://twrp.me/site/update/2016/04/05/twrp-3.0.2-0-released.html

    I have updated versions SM-T800/805 with new builds. TWRP is now v3.0.3-1

    TWRP OFFICIAL APP RELEASED: https://twrp.me/app/

    Fixes:
    Download mode now available in REBOOT options.
    Root Shell now available in ADB.
    Radio and Recovery backup.
    System image backup/restore
    Factory image flashing.

    Supersu root option removed. This is to pre-empt the upgrade to MM which would cause a bootloop.
    MTP fix - MTP now finally working in recovery.
    Note: On my PC MTP works perfect in windows 7, but on Windows 8.1 was a little quirky. If you get a USB DEVICE NOT RECOGNISED error after enabling MTP, disable then quickly re-enable MTP and this should fix it.


    This version also has system image backup and restore included. It is also possible to flash factory firmware images via the Image install button. (see the TWRP changelog above for more info)
    UPDATE 5/3/16:
    Have modified the twrp source code and extended factory image partition flashing to include all images except SBOOT.bin (still working on how to flash the bootloader via recovery)
    This means BOOT, SYSTEM, RECOVERY, CACHE, HIDDEN, MODEM(RADIO) can all be flashed from the factory firmware. No need for ODIN anymore. As far as I know the Tab S is the only device supporting this at the moment.
    (Note: to flash the modem it is necessary to rename MODEM.bin to MODEM.bin.img first)


    TWRP_3.0.2-1-T700

    TWRP-3.0.2-1-T705

    TWRP-3.0.2-1-T800

    NOTE: Certain models of the T800 version have a bug at the moment where the screen will be blank when booting to TWRP recovery until the screen timeout kicks in. After that pressing any button will show the screen. As a work around setting the timeout to 15 secs will shorten the wait.


    TWRP-3.0.2-1-T805/T807(ATT or Verizon not supported)

    twrp_3.0.3-1_sm-t800_10217

    twrp_3.0.3-1_sm-t805_10217

    FLASH WITH ODIN OR FLASHFIRE OR EXTRACT THE RECOVERY.IMG AND FLASH WITH TWRP

    NOTE: It is important to boot to recovery after flashing with Odin or twrp may not stick and will be replaced with stock recovery.
    When flashing uncheck auto reboot in Odin, immediately after flashing manually reboot and boot into twrp.

    Manual reboot is POWER + HOME +VOL DOWN then as soon as the screen goes blank immediately change to VOL UP whilst still holding the other buttons.


    Screenshot_2016_03_05_08_13_44_1.png


    DnoCrqh.png


    VAm49c4.png


    ytBFf13.png

    ONLSkMi.png


    FEEDBACK IS APPRECIATED PLEASE

    DONATE ME HERE IF YOU WANT TO BUY ME A BEER OR HIT THE THANKS BUTTON IF I HELPED YOU



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    @ashyx

    do you plan to update TWRP to a special made 3.0.0.0 with your tweaks?
    Would be awesome :)

    regards
    It's on its way, did a test build last night. Everything seems to be ok.

    I've got loads of these to update, tab s, tab s2, tab e, tab a, a7...
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    UPDATE 5/3/16:

    Have modified the twrp source code and extended factory image partition flashing to include all images except SBOOT.bin (still working on how to flash the bootloader via recovery)
    This means BOOT, SYSTEM, RECOVERY, CACHE, HIDDEN, MODEM(RADIO) can all be flashed from the factory firmware. No need for ODIN anymore. As far as I know the Tab S is the only device supporting this at the moment.
    (Note: to flash the modem it is necessary to rename MODEM.bin to MODEM.bin.img first)

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/gal...p-2-8-6-1-unofficial-sm-t800-805-807-t3074633

    DONATE ME HERE IF YOU WANT TO BUY ME A BEER OR HIT THE THANKS BUTTON IF I HELPED YOU



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    Donations not required, I'm happy to be part of a community that helps each other.
    I'm not sure taking donations is right.
    As long as people give thanks and feedback that's usually good enough for me. :thumbup:
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