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Default [GUIDE] Noob's Guide to 'Galaxy Prevail -All Things Root' 0.3

Noob's Guide to 'All Things Root' 0.3

You just received your Samsung Galaxy Prevail, but you noticed that it doesn't have very much memory (ram or rom) and responds a bit slow, now what? It's time to fix your phone so that it works properly and actually does the things you want it to do.

0. [RECOVER FACTORY] However you don't have to worry about making changes to your phone since at any point if you brick your phone or accidentally delete something you wanted to keep, you can always Hail Odin, and restore everything back to factory defaults thanks to Samsung (and of course interdpth, koush, and others that contributed) then start over again if you wish. See Link here:

link http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/375550-odin-return-phone-stock-factory-updated-11-09-a.html

here' a video tutorial, thanks to murderousone:
video link Samsung Galaxy Prevail ODIN Recovery To Stock ED13 Or EE14 Rooted & Unrooted (HD) - YouTube

1. [TIPS] Make a backup of anything and everything you have so far. Even if it is just a plain old boring stock backup, you always want to make backups of your stuff whenever possible.

2. [ROOT] Root your phone to give yourself full control of your device. You can do this with one click thanks to interdpth and Shabbypenguin. See Link to the new and improved version here:

link http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/437314-acs-one-click-root-samsung-prevail-replenish-shabbyfied.html

3. [RECOVERY MOD] Install ClockWorkMod so that you can backup/restore/flash roms/etc.. You can Install CWM. With special thanks to koush and to udK for compiling, (and others for tweaking, testing, porting, etc..) See Link here:
link http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/390234-clockworkmod-update-10-28-new-version-v5-0-2-6-a.html

4a. [SYSTEM MODS] (or "roms") Now that you have a fully customizable phone, you probably will want to customize it. The best way to begin this process is to pick a Mod and flash it to your phone. There are only a couple of choices at the moment and they are both in testing phase, so you may need to play around with different ones, before you choose which one you want to use on your phone.

The first choice is ShabbyMod, thanks to Shabbypenguin, for the latest version and installation instructions, See Link to thread here:
link [ROM][ACS] ShabbyMod - 0.9

Another choice is A2SD/EXT4 TestMod, thanks to murderousone, for the latest version and installation instructions, See Link to thread here:
link MurderousOne's A2SD/EXT4 TestMod CWM (Advanced Users)

Another choice is CTMod, thanks to Bloodawn, See Link to thread here:
link http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/432614-rom-ctmod.html

another choice is 187MoD-GB, thanks to The~Skater~187, See Link to thread here:
link http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/443532-rom-187mod-gb.html

another is cyanogenmod here:
link http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/436886-cyanogenmod-7-1-0-prevail-unofficial-beta-v2d-11-06-a.html

4b. [KERNELS] Instead of flashing a new system mod every time a minor tweak is applied you might prefer to just flash a new kernel, again there are a couple of choices:

thanks to Shabbypenguin for kernel RC1:
link [ACS] Shabbykernel RC1

thanks to Koumajutsu for KoumaKernel:
link http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/429740-koumakernel-0-1-beta.html

5. [PERFORMANCE MODS] (or scripts) Once you've picked a system mod (or rom) to use and have everything properly formatted you may want to try and boost your performance a bit further by installings some additional Mods.

thanks to inigomontoyasr for Darktremor A2SD:
link http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/412164-mod-darktremor-a2sd.html

thanks to Bloodawn for Carrier IQ Remover, Notification Power Widgets and Extended Power Menu:

CIQR link http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/406807-mod-carrier-iq-remover-3-0-10-09-11-a.html

NPW&EPM link http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/403673-mod-notification-power-widgets-extended-power-menu-1-5-updated-9-20-11-a.html

thanks to murderousone for RAM Optimization Script:
link RAM Optimization Script For SGP

thanks to chin cheka for A2SD & S2E On CM7:
link [MOD] A2SD & S2E On CM7

6. [THEMES] Finally once your system is up and running you may prefer to tweak your themes 'n such by testing out the local flavors.

thanks to Bloodawn for "Simple Green", "Simple Blue", "Ultra Blue":
link http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/376237-theme-simple-green-4-0-simple-blue-4-0-9-24-11-a.html

ultra blue link http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/439035-cm7-theme-ultra-blue.html

thanks to blue2107 for "Honeycomb Hybrid", "Royal Android":

HH link http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/426316-theme-honeycomb-hybrid-3-0-a.html

RA link [THEME] Royal Android v4.1 CWR

thanks to echo25 for "Cool Blue":
link [THEME] Cool Blue v1.1 CWR [UPDATE 9.4.11]

thanks to protegemini for "gemini":
link [theme] gemini 1.0

thanks to benwalburn for "Bullet Sliders":
link http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/376783-theme-bullet-sliders.html

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7. [APPS] This part definitely gets into personal taste, so take these suggestions with a grain of salt.
Most people quickly realize that as always their device initially includes some unwanted bloatware, unfortunately it isn't always clear which apps should or can be deleted and which ones are even worth keeping. There have been a few attempts to narrow down a decent list of which apps should go and which ones should stay, see Links to threads here:

thanks to blue2107 for safe to remove apps list:
link Uninstallable Preloaded Apps List

thanks to Viet1982 for recommended apps list:
link Essential/Noteworthy Apps List(Prevail)

but ultimately you'll have to figure out for yourself which ones you add or delete. having said that, here are a few recommendations for apps that you might like, need or enjoy:

Must Haves:
Titanium Backup, ES File Explorer, TeleNav GPS, Calculator,

lnformational Apps:
Elixir, Quadrant Standard, SD Tools, Speed Test, Wifi Analyzer,

System Apps:
Quick Boot, Fast Reboot, Wireless Tether, EasyTether, GO Launcher, Widgetsoid, AppBrain,

Performance Apps:
SD-Booster, JuiceDefender, SetCPU, AutoKiller Memory Opt, AdFree, link2sd (if not using A2SD)

Media Apps:
MIUI Music, doubleTwist,

Useful Apps:
Catch, Dolphin Browser (or Opera), Sense Analog Clock/Analog Small Clock, Timeriffic,

8. [TIPS]
a. backup and save all the time
b. before using titanium backup to convert and move apps, change preferences -> Troubleshooting settings -> App processing mode -> AUTO, Indirect (If you have problems)
c. set SD-Booster to 2048 KB
d. gingerbread/cyanogen mod is coming to prevail stay tuned
e. why pay for free stuff? everytime you hear someone say you need root explorer just use ES File Explorer (settings -> root settings -> Root Explorer [v] Mount File System [v] AND set Home Directory to :/ )
f. Darktremor A2SD Vs. Link2SD, i'm still researching this one, i'll post updates
g. JuiceDefender and/or SetCPU, still researching
h. tip your waiters, or in this case the people who put in time and effort to make your phone better, feel free to donate to the ones who make this stuff possible.
i. wireless tether tip, thanks to Necrotoxin, http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/372451-wireless-tether-infrastructure-mode.html
j. when you switch themes, before installing the zip in CWM you should do a dalvik cache wipe then a cache partition wipe then flash the theme then reboot the system and wait a minute or two, and if it doesn't bootloop then you get to keep your stuff, otherwise if you have to do a restore or factory wipe then you lose your stuff, if you wait for 5+ minutes and you can hear the phone vibrating multiple times, then it is probably looping, at which point you'll have to hold power button down + vol up to get back to the recovery menu (and pick another theme)
k. do not attempt to use rom manager to modify your phone, it doesn't like the prevail
l. some commentary on which ext version is best here ext2 vs. ext3 vs. ext4. What is better and why? and here ext2 ext3 or ext4?
m. OpenVpn and Anyconnect stuff thanks to jtaylor781 here OpenVpn and Anyconnect

9. [CUSTOM STUFF] just some random misc. theming stuff

+boot animations [TIP] boot animations can be installed (via ES file explorer *see tip e, etc..) by pasting your bootanimation.zip to /system/media, overwriting it so you should make a copy of the original (or rename it)

thanks to QuietStorm1785 for stickman action:
link My custom Boot animations

thanks to zexnu for resident evil:
link Resident Evil boot animation

also certain themes found in this guide, contain custom boot ani's

+boot sounds
a quick "how to get started" link Boot sound and .SND Files
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Great write up.

Thank you for taking the time to wrap all of this into one thread. This is going to make things so much quicker to find and easier understand.
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I wouldn't call TeleNav GPS a "Must Have"
Google Nav works great, integrates with your contact list pretty well, and it's 100% free
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I wouldn't call TeleNav GPS a "Must Have"
Google Nav works great, integrates with your contact list pretty well, and it's 100% free
once you've heard the voice difference you'll never go back

btw TeleNav is also 100% free (comes preinstalled)

to be honest i keep both, because google nav is a bit more fluid and reliable, now if we can just figure out how to transfer the voice from telenav to google we're golden
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btw TeleNav is also 100% free (comes preinstalled)
Oh really? I didn't even bother to try it since it also came preinstalled on my previous phone, the Sanyo Juno, and always asked me to sign up for a $10/month service plan every time I launched it by accident. It made me respond, "10 bucks a month for GPS?! I'll just keep using my Garmin with 3 year old maps, thanks"
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Oh really? I didn't even bother to try it since it also came preinstalled on my previous phone, the Sanyo Juno, and always asked me to sign up for a $10/month service plan every time I launched it by accident. It made me respond, "10 bucks a month for GPS?! I'll just keep using my Garmin with 3 year old maps, thanks"
YARLY

i use it almost twice a day, and have used it for more than 3 months and have not paid one single penny and it NEVER asks me to sign up or in for any kind of service

if there was a fee, i'd totally agree with you there, but for free, i'm enjoying every pennies worth!

i made a point to keep it on the must haves so that we don't "accidently" lose it from our stock roms, like we did way back when
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shoot i wish this was made about a month ago lol
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STICKY THIS!!! I think Im going to start all over with my phone....dont want to but this thread makes me feel like i need to..lol...wish I could just give someone my phone pay 30 bucks get it rooted and all that other stuff and walk away happy...sigh!!! Great thread!!!
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where do you live? lol its not that difficult to do but maybe someone is close to you
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where do you live? lol its not that difficult to do but maybe someone is close to you
Cant believe it...I rooted it..have 2 partitions and am running roms....im in heaven right now....is funny now that ive done all this im getting the new phone tomorrow and giving my son the prevail
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STICKY THIS!!! I think Im going to start all over with my phone....dont want to but this thread makes me feel like i need to..lol...wish I could just give someone my phone pay 30 bucks get it rooted and all that other stuff and walk away happy...sigh!!! Great thread!!!

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lol its not that difficult to do
well to be fair it USED to be more simple, but now it has become less simple

i wrote this guide and even i'm still trying to figure out all the details, as well as keep tabs on our "interesting" progress
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well to be fair it USED to be more simple, but now it has become less simple

i wrote this guide and even i'm still trying to figure out all the details, as well as keep tabs on our "interesting" progress
With more and more options, things grow in complexity, such is the nature of progress
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This is a big help, great write up and it's complete...........thanks
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I rooted my new Prevail using one-click and then, using Titanium Backup, proceeded to (accidentally) delete a system component that (ironically enough) hadn't been backed up. This left me unable to access my phone's settings (kind of important), unable to add or change wallpaper, add widgets to my home screens, etc. This post got me back up and running. Thanks!
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hey guys, upgraded the Guide new and improved, still working all the bugs out

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now with more stickyness

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0. [RECOVER FACTORY] However you don't have to worry about making changes to your phone since at any point if you brick your phone or accidentally delete something you wanted to keep, you can always Hail Odin, and restore everything back to factory defaults thanks to Samsung, then start over again if you wish. See Links here:
Can you tell me where to find this on Samsung's website, I would like to make sure I am downloading official Samsung software to my phone

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link for rooted w/ shabbymod and CWM: MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service

or if you prefer:

link for plain old unrooted stock rom: MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service

Both of these links point to the same file, can you correct this within the next couple of hours so people dont get confused.

Also I dont beleive any of the Odin Images that
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3. [RECOVERY MOD] Install ClockWorkMod so that you can backup/restore/flash roms/etc.. You can Install CWM. With special thanks to koush and to udK for compiling, See Link here:
link MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service


TO INSTALL CWM
1. Download and unzip the zip file.
2. Download EE14 Fix stick.zip and copy to sdcard
3. Install the Samsung USB drivers (if you dont already have them)
4. From a powered off phone put phone in Download Mode by holding Vol down, Camera Button, and Power button until the Yellow Downloading message appears
5. Plug phone into USB port
6. Open Odin, you should see a yellow box with a com number
7. Select SPHM820.ops in the OPS box
8. Put a check in One Package
9. Select the tar file in the One Package box
10. Click Start
11. When Odin says reset and the phone reboots Hold Vol UP, and Power button until you are in CWM DO THIS QUICKLY BEFORE PHONE BOOTS, IF PHONE BOOTS UP ALL THE WAY START BACK AT STEP 4. you do not have to wait for Odin to say pass, that does not work
12. In CWM go into install zip from sdcard
13. select choose zip from sdcard
14. select stick.zip
15. select Yes - Install stick.zip
16. After it is done installing Press back button
17. Select Reboot System Now
Yes Koush and udK deserve special thanks, I agree with you on that one

I think it is also fare to give credit to the creator of the of the CWM port especially when you are linking to his files and using his instructions verbatim. I wonder who that is, can it possibly be

ME
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Both of these links point to the same file, can you correct this within the next couple of hours so people dont get confused.

Also I dont beleive any of the Odin Images that
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Yes Koush and udK deserve special thanks, I agree with you on that one

I think it is also fare to give credit to the creator of the of the CWM port especially when you are linking to his files and using his instructions verbatim. I wonder who that is, can it possibly be

ME
Very informative Hroarak, perhaps psp_noob will learn something
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Can you tell me where to find this on Samsung's website, I would like to make sure I am downloading official Samsung software to my phone

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good question.

odin can restore the factory rom which is made in the Samsung factory, that's why they call it a "factory" rom, the factory rom (which was created by Samsung comes preinstalled when you buy a galaxy prevail) however i am not sure where on Samsungs website they keep this information, perhaps you can contact Samsung's technical support?

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I still say that if you are using someone else's stuff in your thread, you give them credit.. Especially if they were a huge part of getting many things on the prevail like hroark was/is. I think that should be added to the guidelines, or at least if you are going to make something a sticky you should check to make sure this has been done first...
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hey guys updated the 3rd post, i hope we can keep this thread civil and productive, and as a friendly reminder i won't respond to personal issues in the thread so don't bother posting it, if you need to discuss personal stuff please send me a PM instead

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Thank you for removing the offenfing post, I am sorry you guys have to do clean up like that,
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I hope we can all be civilized here. We all want to make the Android experience better, we dont need to offend each other
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good question.

odin can restore the factory rom which is made in the Samsung factory, that's why they call it a "factory" rom, the factory rom (which was created by Samsung comes preinstalled when you buy a galaxy prevail) however i am not sure where on Samsungs website they keep this information, perhaps you can contact Samsung's technical support?

your welcome
Hi psp_noob

thank you for answering my question, and thank you for this great quality thread

I did follow your advice and contacted Samsung tech support, they were very nice and told me they dont provide Odin to the general public because it can cause damage to the phone if you dont know what you are doing.

They also told me that the actual ROM is not made at a factory, but in a cubicle, by a thing called a duveloper or something like that, it is then later sent to the factory for production.

Well, thanks again for this great thread
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Wow it's cold in here.....btw....THANKZ hroark
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I just wanted to thank hroark for all of his hard work on the prevail. My phone wouldn't be acceptable without it and I would have to go to more illegal ways of getting a good Boost phone.

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Should add koumakernel to your kernel's list..http://androidforums.com/galaxy-prevail-all-things-root/429740-koumakernel-0-1-beta.html

and possibly hroark's kernel, i can't seem to find that link right now though.

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and possibly hroark's kernel... let's give some (a lot of) credit when it is due...
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NEW ONE-CLICK ROOT TECHNIQUE

[ACS] One Click Root Samsung Prevail/Replenish Shabbyfied - By Shabbypenguin, Bliss, Interdpths


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DarkTremors Official Site to get A2SD Betas:

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BTW: It seems that EXt4 does more read and writes to the SD Card, so it really hampers the life of the SD Card. It does provide more stability and data protection however it really works your card hard. I've read tons and tons of posts on this forum throughout all categories and many people if not all suggest that EXT2 is best at least for the SD Card. This is my personal opinion and should not be taken as exact confirmation that you should ONLY be using Ext2. The choice again is always up to the person. Example posts:

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and possibly hroark's kernel... let's give some (a lot of) credit when it is due...
This is the link to Hroarks Kernel.

Hroarkernel 1.2

HOWEVER, if you read it he states that you should use the Kourma kernel instead. I can't seem to find the link to his original kernel either. I believe he removed it
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i've been running GB for a day now and i figure we will eventually be tweaking all mods/roms/themes n' such to work with it, for now i'm going to leave the froyo stuff up, until the GB stuff is good and solid

i might leave a section at the bottom for "older stuff" but once the GB takeover is complete i'll just focus this guide for GB friendly stuff

hopefully most of the links i already have posted will evolve into GB versions of their stuff and that will take care of itself

good luck, and looking forward to the progress
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you posted this in another guide, and asked that I post here.

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it is not up-to-date BECAUSE of all the development in the last two weeks

as a general rule of thumb i try not to direct noobs to use all the latest (and untested) bug filled piece of software that gets posted here

i'm glad you already cleared that up for me

i'll play around with the new batch if/when i get around to it and then post my 2 cents, until then anyone who wants to make suggestions of which one is better and why, THAT IS why i made the guide

feel free to post any feedback that is on your mind (in the thread)
Will there be a version scheme for this guide? Noticed it is at 0.2. Will there be incremental moves (0.3, 0.4, etc...)? It seems like you are going in that direction, and I think it is a good idea. I just wanted to clarify. That way we will all know if/when you have had time "to play around with the new batch" and that the guide has been revised.
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Will there be a version scheme for this guide? Noticed it is at 0.2. Will there be incremental moves (0.3, 0.4, etc...)? It seems like you are going in that direction, and I think it is a good idea. I just wanted to clarify. That way we will all know if/when you have had time "to play around with the new batch" and that the guide has been revised.
i think it's about ready for a 0.3 bump, since i've added a few things since 0.2, and it will definitely update to a new number once the GB takeover is complete, until then, i don't think we are completely ready to abandon the froyo stuff just yet

in the meantime if there is stuff you feel like needs to be included feel free to share, as for exactly what number the guide is at currently, i wouldn't worry too much about that, (since it's kinda arbitrary to begin with )

however i wouldn't say that the guide is out-of-date by any means, just be patient dude
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I can't even explain how much fun i had doing all this last night. I couldn't stop! Six hours later i think i was finally done having fun with reading and customizing. I basically have a brand new phone, this is such a luxury.

Many thanks to all the great people that made this possible.
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Another is Cyanogen Mod thanks to Hroark13 ...just thought I would fix this for ya
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Many thanks to all the great people that made this possible.
I can't wait to test new mods an such.
glad i could help, enjoy
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