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Old June 12th, 2013, 01:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Rooting & Recovery Guide
Guide For Getting Root And CWM Recovery On The Galaxy S3(Boost)

Download Mode = Press And Hold Volume Down, Home, And Power Button At The Same Time
Recovery Mode = Press And Hold Volume Up, Home, And Power Button At The Same Time

Requirements:
Samsung Galaxy S3(Boost)
Windows PC
USB Cable

Steps:

1. Download ClockWorkMod(CWM) Recovery, Samsung Drivers, Odin 3.04, and Root From Recovery Zip
2. Install The Downloaded Samsung Drivers
3. Plug In GS3 Into PC(Powered ON)
4. Place Root From Recovery Zip On SD Card(Internal Storage)
5. Unplug GS3 From PC
6. Place Odin Folder and CWM File In A Folder On Your Desktop
7. Open The Odin Folder In The Folder On Your Desktop
8. Right Click The Odin EXE And Click Run As Administrator
9. Once In The Main Menu Of Odin, Click The PDA Button
10. Navigate To The CWM File And Double Click It
11. Once Back To The Odin Main Menu, Uncheck The 'Auto Reboot' Option If Checked
12. Make Sure The 'F. Reset Time' Option Is Checked

13. Power Off Your GS3
14. Take Off The Back Cover Of Your GS3
15. Go Into Download Mode
16. Once Your Phone Power ON To Download Mode, Let Go Of The Buttons
17. Press Volume Up To Continue
18. Plug Your GS3 Into PC (Your Computer Might Say Installing Drivers, Let It Do So)
19. A Blue Box Should Pop Up In Odin Saying 'com#' (# = a number)
20. Click The Start Button
21. It Should Take 10 Seconds, Once Odin Says 'PASS' You May Unplug Your Device
22. Pull Your Battery Out Then Place It Back In
23. Go To Recovery Mode
24. Let Go As Soon As Your Device Lights Up
25. Use The Volume Up And Down Buttons To Navigate And The Power Button To Choose
26. Navigate To 'Install From SD Card' And Select It
27. Navigate To 'Choose Zip From Internal SD Card'
28. Navigate To The Root From Recovery Zip And Select It
29. Select 'Yes', Then Select 'Go Back' Once The Installation Is Finished
30. Then Finally Select 'Reboot System Now'
Now You Are Rooted With A Custom Recovery!

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Rooting & Recovery Guide(Mac & Linux Version)
Guide For Getting Root And CWM Recovery On The GS3(Boost)


Requirements:
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Samsung Galaxy S3(Boost)
USB Cable

Steps:
1. Download Motochopper And Move Them To Your Desktop
2. Turn On USB Debugging, Go into 'Settings' Then 'Developer Options' And Check The Option 'USB Debugging'. Then Plug In Your GS3
3. Open Terminal And Type Each Line Of These Commands:
[HIGH]cd Desktop
cd motochopper
chmod 755 *
sudo sh run.sh[/HIGH]
5. Once The Program Have Started, Press Enter Key on Keyboard And Allow USB Debugging On Your Phone If The Option Appears
6. Once The Process Have Finish Press Enter Again
7. Once Your Device Powers Back On, Go To Play Store And Download ROM Manager And Click 'Flash ClockWorkMod Recovery'
Now You're Rooted With A Custom Recovery!
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CWM Recovery: http://k0nane.info/rom/ecm/CWM-Recovery-LTE-SGS3-v5.tar.md5
Samsung Drivers: http://org.downloadcenter.samsung.com/downloadfile/ContentsFile.aspx?CDSite=US&CttFileID=5301407&CDCt tType=SW&ModelType=C&ModelName=SPH-L710RWBSPR&VPath=SW/201211/20121110030255344/Samsung_USB_Driver_for_Mobile_Phones_v1.5.14.0.exe
Odin 3.04: http://k0nane.info/rom/ecm/Odin3-v3.04.zip
Root From Recovery Zip: http://k0nane.info/rom/ecm/TeamEpic-Root-from-Recovery-v5.zip
Motochopper: http://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=22946563261203713
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Q: What Is Root?
A: Root is having complete control of your phone, like being Administrator on a PC, and being able to change the phone to the user's liking; similar to Jailbreaking on iOS.(Simplified)

Q: What Is A Recovery?
A: A recovery is part of the phone that helps you flash ROMs, Kernels, etc.(Simplified)

Q: Do I Lose Any Data Doing This Method?
A: No, you do not.

Q: Is This Free?
A: Yes, it is. There is a one-click method by another dev at XDA, but it will cost you money.

Q: Will This Work On Boost Too?
A: Yes, I also have this guide in the boost mobile gs3 section.

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Thanks for this guide. Just got my S3 today. ^_^
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Can also confirm that this works with the Odin V1.85 I had on my work computer.
Am rooted and happily removing bloatware as we speak! ^_^

Is there a list of "Safe to remove" apps?
I know some of them but probably not all of them.
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Can also confirm that this works with the Odin V1.85 I had on my work computer.
Am rooted and happily removing bloatware as we speak! ^_^

Is there a list of "Safe to remove" apps?
I know some of them but probably not all of them.

Since your rooted stock before you remove too much you want to look into making a flashable zip of stock boost firmware just for everyone because I know someone will accidentally forget to make a backup and flash a different rom
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Since your rooted stock before you remove too much you want to look into making a flashable zip of stock boost firmware just for everyone because I know someone will accidentally forget to make a backup and flash a different rom
How do I do that? Just a normal nandroid?
Wouldn't that also have my information?
I just used TiBU to freeze the bloat, I didn't remove it yet.
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How do I do that? Just a normal nandroid?
Wouldn't that also have my information?
I just used TiBU to freeze the bloat, I didn't remove it yet.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2266285
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Okay, can't do it right now but I'll get around to it very soon. ^_^
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Okay, can't do it right now but I'll get around to it very soon. ^_^

Thanks :-) now we can test roms without the worry of not being able to go back to stock
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Need someone else to turn my nandroid into a flashable .zip.
I don't have the time, Nor do I have tools needed on my work computer.
I got a promotion at work, So I have even less time...

Let me know if you want my nandroid. Message me. Thanks.
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Hi,
I tried to download the CWM recovery file but once it is on my desktop is unreadable...suggestions please???
Downloads

CWM Recovery: http://k0nane.info/rom/ecm/CWM-Recovery-LTE-SGS3-v5.tar.md5
Samsung Drivers: http://org.downloadcenter.samsung.com/downloadfile/ContentsFile.aspx?CDSite=US&CttFileID=5301407&CDCt tType=SW&ModelType=C&ModelName=SPH-L710RWBSPR&VPath=SW/201211/20121110030255344/Samsung_USB_Driver_for_Mobile_Phones_v1.5.14.0.exe
Odin 3.04: http://k0nane.info/rom/ecm/Odin3-v3.04.zip
Root From Recovery Zip: http://k0nane.info/rom/ecm/TeamEpic-Root-from-Recovery-v5.zip
Motochopper: motochopper.zip | Tool by techfanatic9 - AndroidRootz.com for Galaxy S 3[/QUOTE]
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hi, I downloaded the CWM recovery file, and once is on my desktop, the file is unreadable...any suggestions please???
its a md5 file.
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wow you are amazing. this was the easiest rooting i have ever done.. I have rooted several htc devices and it required so much more work!! thanks a million... let the fun begin
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Thank you bro for this awesome posting.
excuse mi ignorance, but when I downloaded the CWM recovery file and I opened a window pops up and it says that windows can not read it and in order to do so windows needs to know what program created it, so I am basically stock. any suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
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just bought boost mobile S3 today...

i flashed cwm via odin... every thing appeared to go correctly... booted into cwm fine...

but when i go to "choose zip from sdcard" it don't work, i get "E: can't mount /sdcard/"
i redownloaded, reflashed, checked sdcard... idk

any help please

==== EDIT ====
i just tried a data/factory reset from cwm... it went through the motions and when i rebooted nothing has changed... if re-flashed cwm 7 times now and re-downloaded it 4 times... i don't know why its not working properly... I'm running stock out of the box model number SPH-L710, build number jz054k.l710vpamd7

i cant even do a data/factory reset from the regular system because it reboots and still tries to wipe it from cwm

==== EDIT ====
my cwm cant mount to any thing... all failed... cant mount anything, cant backup any thing, cant install anything...
W: failed to mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p17 (no such file or directory)
W: failed to mount /dev/block/mmcblk1p1 (no such file or directory)
W: failed to mount /dev/block/mmcblk1 (no such file or directory)
E: can't mount /cache/recovery/log
E: can't open /cache/recovery/log
E: can't mount /cache/recovery/last_log
E: can't open /cache/recovery/last_log
E: can't mount /sdcard/

==== EDIT ====
i just flashed in twrp... it to is having the same problems... cant mount anything, cant backup any thing, cant install anything...


==== EDIT ====
do not use this restore recovery to stock
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1743780
it bricked my phone... i think it changed the boot.img... i could not make a backup with cwm... so i guess i will replace the phone and try again tomorrow


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ok... just replaced the phone... second phone fresh out of the box, same issue!

odin flashes smoothly
[HIGH]<ID:0/004> Added!!
<OSM> Enter CS for MD5..
<OSM> Check MD5.. Do not unplug the cable..
<OSM> Please wait..
<OSM> CWM-Recovery-LTE-SGS3-v5.tar.md5 is valid.
<OSM> Checking MD5 finished Sucessfully..
<OSM> Leave CS..
<ID:0/004> Odin v.3 engine (ID:4)..
<ID:0/004> File analysis..
<ID:0/004> SetupConnection..
<ID:0/004> Initialzation..
<ID:0/004> Get PIT for mapping..
<ID:0/004> Firmware update start..
<ID:0/004> recovery.img
<ID:0/004> NAND Write Start!!
<ID:0/004> RQT_CLOSE !!
<ID:0/004> RES OK !!
<ID:0/004> Completed..
<ID:0/004> Added!!
<OSM> All threads completed. (succeed 1 / failed 0)
[/HIGH]

but when i go into cwm, all the mounting point seem to be wrong
can't mount anything, can't backup/recover any thing, can't install anything, can't wipe anything, can't show logs, cant do anything but reboot...

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please help... i need root for a few main apps i use

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First off Thankz to all that makes this possible...I have followed things in the OP but I get a failed after about 30 seconds or so after hitting start with odin...I'm sure not seeing any others failing so I'm gonna bet I'm missing something...I get a blue com box put CWM file in the PDA slot then unchecked auto reboot and made sure F.reset was checked and hit start then failed ....any help would be appreciated in advance


edit: I re-downloaded CWM and odin and all went smooth this time...Thankz again to ALL who make this possible and to all future DEV
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yeah... i have root!!!
NOT by the op method above....

i ended up getting root from the donate version of "SAMSUNG GALAXY S3 UNIFIED TOOLKIT V7.5.1 found here... http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1746680

i donated to get support for "sprint android version 4.1.2 bmd4" which is in toolkit version 7.5.1...

after getting bootloop on the last phone (with no odin recovery yet) i didnt have the balls to try any other opptions other than (#1 flash unsicure boot image and root) i was scared out of my mind until the phone rebooted
but it worked...

good luck to anyone else that tries

I HAVE ROOT!


==== EDIT ====
I noticed for some reason the mobile network (LTE / CDMA) does not work after this rooting method... however mobile network (CDMA) does work... so no 4G f for me at the moment. But I still get 3g... I can't do a prl update nor a profile update. .. cwm still has bad mounts and won't work... every thing else seems ok.
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Just curious... those of you that have rooted using this method, what building number are you on?
I've rooted many phones and have not had any problems like I'm having with this phone... I'm just curious if there are different build numbers out there..


My phone info is: model number SPH-L710, build number jz054k.l710vpamd7
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Just curious... those of you that have rooted using this method, what building number are you on?
I've rooted many phones and have not had any problems like I'm having with this phone... I'm just curious if there are different build numbers out there..


My phone info is: model number SPH-L710, build number jz054k.l710vpamd7

Same as you so Idk I believe you probably didn't do a step correctly and the mounting problem you probably just need to fix permission I'm sorry I couldn't help sooner and btw if you have a problem you should started a new thread we don't really read this only people who are looking to root
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i just did this on a 3rd phone, fresh out of the box... again cwm and twrp will not work!
they flash fine with odin but will not mount anything! i followed step by step... i am not a first time rooter, i have many phones under my belt all with root and cwm. there is somthing a miss with this recovery... whether the partition is protected or somthing idk, but 3 phones all no go????

is the an irc channel i can get help with?

please help solve...
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i just did this on a 3rd phone, fresh out of the box... again cwm and twrp will not work!
they flash fine with odin but will not mount anything! i followed step by step... i am not a first time rooter, i have many phones under my belt all with root and cwm. there is somthing a miss with this recovery... whether the partition is protected or somthing idk, but 3 phones all no go????

is the an irc channel i can get help with?

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Did you try unchecking autoreboot when flashing CWM or TWRP. Then when the flash is successful, pull the battery and boot directly in recovery?
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Did you try unchecking autoreboot when flashing CWM or TWRP. Then when the flash is successful, pull the battery and boot directly in recovery?
yep, sure did. any other ideas? I do appreciate the help

I am running Windows 8, I don't think that is what the problem is because Odin says everything is flashing perfectly...
when I flash the sprint stock recovery everything works like it should again. I am truly at a loss of thoughts.
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with any custom recovery installed, when booted into recovery adb can not recognize my phone, nor my computer... but when i have the stock (sprint) recovery my phone is recognized... the mount points are the same, however i can not mount with the stock recovery ether. its as if the phone blocks the custom recovery???
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Help!! I am rooted and am trying to get my phone into recovery. I power my phone off, then press the power, vol. up and home buttons at the same time, but it will not boot into recovery. It just reboots back up. Please help. I have done this numerous making sure to press these buttons at the same time and I even went so far as to keep pressing them for about a minute and I get the same thing, just reboots back up.
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Help!! I am rooted and am trying to get my phone into recovery. I power my phone off, then press the power, vol. up and home buttons at the same time, but it will not boot into recovery. It just reboots back up. Please help. I have done this numerous making sure to press these buttons at the same time and I even went so far as to keep pressing them for about a minute and I get the same thing, just reboots back up.
let go of all the buttons when you first see lights from your phonescreen most likely will have blue writing in the top left corner
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let go of all the buttons when you first see lights from your phonescreen most likely will have blue writing in the top left corner
Thanks, I did what you suggested and it worked.
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Ok, I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 for BOOSTMOBILE, I have been trying to find the Stock ROM or Rooted one... All I find is the Sprint Version, I know that they are almost the same but does anyone have the actual BOOSTMOBILE ROM????????????? Thanks
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??? Didn't look too hard did ya ???

Back to stock 4.1.2

All is stock except recovery.
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[QUOTE=smith058;6013639]??? Didn't look too hard did ya ???


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yeah... i have root!!!
NOT by the op method above....

i ended up getting root from the donate version of "SAMSUNG GALAXY S3 UNIFIED TOOLKIT V7.5.1 found here... http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1746680

i donated to get support for "sprint android version 4.1.2 bmd4" which is in toolkit version 7.5.1...

after getting bootloop on the last phone (with no odin recovery yet) i didnt have the balls to try any other opptions other than (#1 flash unsicure boot image and root) i was scared out of my mind until the phone rebooted
but it worked...

good luck to anyone else that tries

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==== EDIT ====
I noticed for some reason the mobile network (LTE / CDMA) does not work after this rooting method... however mobile network (CDMA) does work... so no 4G f for me at the moment. But I still get 3g... I can't do a prl update nor a profile update. .. cwm still has bad mounts and won't work... every thing else seems ok.
Thank you very much for this info. My Boost Galaxy S3 has the same issues while trying to use recovery. Your method worked perfectly except for the bugs mentioned. Just curious, have you found a way to Update PRL? Or do you know how to revert? I am now getting terrible reception in my house... Thanks for the info!
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Thank you very much for this info. My Boost Galaxy S3 has the same issues while trying to use recovery. Your method worked perfectly except for the bugs mentioned. Just curious, have you found a way to Update PRL? Or do you know how to revert? I am now getting terrible reception in my house... Thanks for the info!
Yes I did fix it... the issue is from sprint's boot.img... you need to replace it with boost's boot.img...

i put this boost stock boot.img in on my sd card and copied it to the partition using the adb command

dd if=/mnt/extSdCard/boot.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p7

here is the stock boost mobile boot.img
http://db.tt/MioOrz0w


If you can't use adb you should be able to use odin... I THINK you can just put the boot.img in the same folder the sprint unsicure boot.img is in and do the same steps as the toolbox but select this boot.img ***I THINK***
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Yes I did fix it... the issue is from sprint's boot.img... you need to replace it with boost's boot.img...

i put this boost stock boot.img in on my sd card and copied it to the partition using the adb command

dd if=/mnt/extSdCard/boot.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p7

here is the stock boost mobile boot.img
http://db.tt/MioOrz0w


If you can't use adb you should be able to use odin... I THINK you can just put the boot.img in the same folder the sprint unsicure boot.img is in and do the same steps as the toolbox but select this boot.img ***I THINK***
Thanks! That worked perfectly. Just ran:

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From inside terminal emulator after putting the file in "/mnt/extSdCard/" and everything went perfect. Only thing is, i think i should find one from US because that one says EUR... LOL. Doesn't seem to matter though. Now if only we could get custom recovery working... Thanks again!
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Only thing is, i think i should find one from US because that one says EUR... LOL. Doesn't seem to matter though.
lol i did not notice... lol... i extracted it out of Zenwafer's Back to stock 4.1.2 thread... im glad it worked though
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Cwm Recovery wont install anything it says E:can't mount/emmc/ or e:can't mount/sdcard/
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Cwm Recovery wont install anything it says E:can't mount/emmc/ or e:can't mount/sdcard/
your not the only one.... ive been dealing with this issue for some months now.... but a fix has been found
Recovery fix

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Do you also have the files for the Stock Recovery for the S3? I ll try to get the Samsung OTA update and i cant seem to go back to stock recovery i watched a youtube video that he had the recovery file that he flashed with odin as well?
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Rooting & Recovery Guide(Mac & Linux Version)
Guide For Getting Root And CWM Recovery On The GS3(Boost)


Requirements:
Mac OSX or Linux Computer(With A Password)
Samsung Galaxy S3(Boost)
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Steps:
1. Download Motochopper And Move Them To Your Desktop
2. Turn On USB Debugging, Go into 'Settings' Then 'Developer Options' And Check The Option 'USB Debugging'. Then Plug In Your GS3
3. Open Terminal And Type Each Line Of These Commands:
[HIGH]cd Desktop
cd motochopper
chmod 755 *
sudo sh run.sh[/HIGH]5. Once The Program Have Started, Press Enter Key on Keyboard And Allow USB Debugging On Your Phone If The Option Appears
6. Once The Process Have Finish Press Enter Again
7. Once Your Device Powers Back On, Go To Play Store And Download ROM Manager And Click 'Flash ClockWorkMod Recovery'
Now You're Rooted With A Custom Recovery!
Hello. Austrie

Fist thing, many thanks for this info. Now are you saying that on linux all I need is download this motochopper? Or do I also download all the files you mentioned in I believe post #3

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Hi all. I'm a little confused about the exact steps needed to achieve recovery and root since I'm running the newest updates. From the looks of the TUT, this is based on the older version.

I have seen the recovery fix. Is there an Odin flashable version of a working recovery yet so the fix doesn't need to be used? I just thought I would ask before proceeding.
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EDIT: Found this. LOL!! ODIN Backup for --> SPH-L710_MD7 stock

I do believe this might solve the recovery problem. Gonna read up on it more before going forward.

Edit: nope, it's not working yet but he's working on it.

I guess I'll wait on an answer from someone who has already done it with one of the updated phones.
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Recovery fixshould help your recovery issue, it least it helped my problems...
As for root, maybe after flashing the recovery fix you could flash the zip from the op... For me I had to use the Samsung Galaxy S3 toolkit and use Sprint.... Or you can use the ODIN Backup for --> SPH-L710_MD7 stock and flash the one that's rooted then just instill SuperSU
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Recovery fixshould help your recovery issue, it least it helped my problems...
As for root, maybe after flashing the recovery fix you could flash the zip from the op... For me I had to use the Samsung Galaxy S3 toolkit and use Sprint.... Or you can use the ODIN Backup for --> SPH-L710_MD7 stock and flash the one that's rooted then just instill SuperSU

I'm good bro. Thanks Smith058, I got it figured out.

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Austrie, I hope you don't mind me borrowing a few of your steps and modifying them so that this will work for the newer phones and let them flash TWRP with Odin. This way they don't even have to worry about bothering with the RECOVERY FIX.

For those of you who have the new Boost phones and want a for sure way to flash TWRP with Odin, then root, please replace these steps in the list above posted by Austrie.

1. Download TWRP Recovery, Samsung Drivers, Odin 3.04, and Root From Recovery Zip

TWRP image can be found here. Scroll down and look for the ODIN PACKAGES!! Select the TWRP download. ( It is tested and working... I'm running it now )

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2391616

6. Place Odin Folder and TWRP File In A Folder On Your Desktop

10. Navigate To The TWRP recovery file ( recovery.tar.md5 ) And Double Click It.

21. It Should Take 10 Seconds, Once Odin Says 'PASS’ ( up in the top left hand corner of the window ), You May Unplug Your Device. Don't look for it to say PASS in the scrolling window because that's not where it says it. LOL



Thanks go out to all who are contributing to the development of this phone. You guys are appreciated.

Original TUT by Austrie
Modified TWRP Recovery image by Kennyglass123
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Kennyglass123 also has a Modified CWM Recovery image but I have not tested it. I have the Modified TWRP Recovery on my phone and it is working perfectly.
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