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Old October 29th, 2012, 02:47 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Rooting Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro (SGH-I547 / commanche)

This guide outlines how to gain root on the Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro (SGH-I547 ATT / commanche). Please read through the full guide before attempting to root your device.

You will need ODIN v3.04 in order to gain root on the Rugby Pro (comanche), I will not post a link due to the nature of the package. Google has plenty of links for it.

BIG thanks to utkanos for all the help and making this a reality

Install instructions
  • Install drivers from link below
  • Download necessary packages (clockwork recovery, root update) from the links below
  • Copy root update to your devices sdcard(s) -- Copy to both if external SD card is present
  • Charge phone to at least 80%
  • Power off the phone
  • Unplug from USB / Charger
  • Boot into download mode (Home + Volume Down + Power)
  • When asked if you want to continue, press Volume Up to enter download mode
  • Plugin phone and
  • Launch ODIN
  • Check the checkbox next to "PDA"
  • Click the PDA button
  • Select the comanche_cwr_6015_utkanos.tar.md5 file
  • Make sure only "Auto Reboot" and "F. Reset Time" are selected
  • Click start
  • Your phone will reboot one the flash is complete
  • You now have Clockwork Recovery, continue with the steps to get root
  • Power off your phone
  • Unplug from USB / Charger
  • Boot into Clockwork Recovery (Home + Volume Up + Power -- Release when Samsung logo appears)
  • Select "Install zip from sd card"
  • Select "Choose zip from sd card"
  • Navigate to zip
  • Select zip
  • Confirm
  • Reboot
  • You should now have root



I am not responsible for anything bad that comes to your device when using the information posted in this thread. Everything here is dangerous, may cause a brick, will void a warranty and has the potential to just plain wreak havoc. Do not complain you followed my instructions and met with a dead device. Consider yourself warned


I've tested to the best of my ability, but I am one person with one device, I cannot catch all potential failure modes. If you find a problem and a fix, or have information that should be added let me know and I will update the necessary information.




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Drivers: ATT_i547_Rugby_Pro_USB_Driver_for_Mobile_Phones_v1 _4_7_0.exe

CWM 6.0.1.9 Recovery Image (KemoNine): comanche_CWR_6019_KemoNine.img KemoNine sources
CWM 6.0.1.5 Recovery Image (utkanos): comanche_cwr_6015_utkanos.tar.md5 Utkanos sources
Stock Recovery Image (UCLI3): comanche_ucli3_stock_recovery.tar.md5
CWR Root Update Zip: cwmr_root.zip

Recovery sources: https://github.com/utkanos/android_device_samsung_comancheatt

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This guide outlines how to gain root on the Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro (SGH-I547 ATT / commanche). Please read through the full guide before attempting to root your device.

You will need ODIN v3.04 in order to gain root on the Rugby Pro (comanche), I will not post a link due to the nature of the package. Google has plenty of links for it.

BIG thanks to utkanos for all the help and making this a reality

Install instructions
  • Install drivers from link below
  • Download necessary packages (clockwork recovery, root update) from the links below
  • Copy root update to your devices sdcard(s) -- Copy to both if external SD card is present
  • Charge phone to at least 80%
  • Power off the phone
  • Unplug from USB / Charger
  • Boot into download mode (Home + Volume Down + Power)
  • When asked if you want to continue, press Volume Up to enter download mode
  • Plugin phone and
  • Launch ODIN
  • Check the checkbox next to "PDA"
  • Click the PDA button
  • Select the comanche_cwr_6015_utkanos.tar.md5 file
  • Make sure only "Auto Reboot" and "F. Reset Time" are selected
  • Click start
  • Your phone will reboot one the flash is complete
  • You now have Clockwork Recovery, continue with the steps to get root
  • Power off your phone
  • Unplug from USB / Charger
  • Boot into Clockwork Recovery (Home + Volume Up + Power -- Release when Samsung logo appears)
  • Select "Install zip from sd card"
  • Select "Choose zip from sd card"
  • Navigate to zip
  • Select zip
  • Confirm
  • Reboot
  • You should now have root



I am not responsible for anything bad that comes to your device when using the information posted in this thread. Everything here is dangerous, may cause a brick, will void a warranty and has the potential to just plain wreak havoc. Do not complain you followed my instructions and met with a dead device. Consider yourself warned


I've tested to the best of my ability, but I am one person with one device, I cannot catch all potential failure modes. If you find a problem and a fix, or have information that should be added let me know and I will update the necessary information.




Download Links
Drivers: ATT_i547_Rugby_Pro_USB_Driver_for_Mobile_Phones_v1 _4_7_0.exe

Recovery Image: comanche_cwr_6015_utkanos.tar.md5
CWR Root Update Zip: cwmr_root.zip

Recovery sources: https://github.com/utkanos/android_device_samsung_comancheatt
I am now rooted thanks to your through walk through. Not real sure what i can do with it but im just trying to get this package file invalid stuff to go away so i can download with google play. Can i change back to my 4.0.4 or would i even want to do that?

Just realized how dumb that question was and i still have 4.0.4 lol
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I am now rooted thanks to your through walk through. Not real sure what i can do with it
It is mostly useful for things like backups, de-bloating (don't do this without a backup), ROM development and other fancier, lower level types of stuff. Also some apps require root to run which would be another reason to root a device.

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but im just trying to get this package file invalid stuff to go away so i can download with google play
I'm not sure I follow this part...
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It is mostly useful for things like backups, de-bloating (don't do this without a backup), ROM development and other fancier, lower level types of stuff. Also some apps require root to run which would be another reason to root a device.


I'm not sure I follow this part...
The reason i rooted my phone in the first place was so i could download the root explorer app so i could delete the /system/bin/dalvikvm file and then go to google play app management, delete data and cache then boot into recovery mode and wipe cache and dalvik cache and reboot to try to be able to download apps from google play. After all of this i still havent figured it out. After i download anything it gives me an error message saying package file is invalid
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Now that i am rooted is there anyway i can at least sideload apps? I already checked the box so i can download from other sites but i try to install the apk and it will not work
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Now that i am rooted is there anyway i can at least sideload apps? I already checked the box so i can download from other sites but i try to install the apk and it will not work
It should work so long as you enable the install of unknown applications. What is the error you are receiving when trying to install an app?

Also, the package file is invalid error should not be happening. What carrier is your Pro and which carrier is your SIM?
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It should work so long as you enable the install of unknown applications. What is the error you are receiving when trying to install an app?

Also, the package file is invalid error should not be happening. What carrier is your Pro and which carrier is your SIM?
AT&T for both. After i transfer the files to my phone open them and press install my phone instantly says Application could not be installed
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AT&T for both. After i transfer the files to my phone open them and press install my phone instantly says Application could not be installed
That is very odd, I've not had any problems installing items from the market or side load applications.

Can you try using adb to install an app? That might provide some insights.


Also, is this a phone you bought from ATT outright? Or was it an employer provided phone?
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That is very odd, I've not had any problems installing items from the market or side load applications.

Can you try using adb to install an app? That might provide some insights.


Also, is this a phone you bought from ATT outright? Or was it an employer provided phone?
ADB? And i bought it when i just got my update a couple days ago. Fresh out of the box having the package file invalid message
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ADB? And i bought it when i just got my update a couple days ago. Fresh out of the box having the package file invalid message
ADB is part of the android sdk.

You may want to try contacting ATT and getting them to warranty the device.


Is the problem when installing any app from the play store or just a specific app?
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It is with all apps from play store and unknown sources. I figured out something the other night and found it to be very weird. I connected to a different wifi network and the play store and everything worked great, and my girl has the samsung galaxy s 3 and she has no problems at the play store on my home network. I did open the ports to my router for google play store. IDK what to do maybe change my network setting or something i am stumped
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I tried to use the rom manager and it gives me a message that superuser can't be found at system/bin/su or at system/xbin/su. I just reflashed my rom and installed the new zip file then rebooted. Do i need to unboot and then reboot to get it to work?


Got that problem fixed now it says i need to install clockwork recovery when i already have it installed. My phone is not listed to chose from to install it through clockwork
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You are correct: the clockwork recovery for the Rugby Pro hasn't been submitted an official recovery (yet). It is available for download on Android Forums and XDA (below root link includes a download for recovery).

It sounds like root didn't go through for you. There is some good information on rooting the Rugby Pro over on xda at http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1962575

Also, a user filled in a couple potential gaps here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=34187557&postcount=70
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What about this ClockWorkMod Touch i downloaded it but have no idea how to install it, also i cant figure out how to get the new kernel i downloaded installed. I am currently trying to figure out more about getting rom manager to accept that my phone had been rooted. This ADB program is pretty intense but i am giving it my best shot.
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What about this ClockWorkMod Touch i downloaded it but have no idea how to install it, also i cant figure out how to get the new kernel i downloaded installed. I am currently trying to figure out more about getting rom manager to accept that my phone had been rooted. This ADB program is pretty intense but i am giving it my best shot.
Where did you get a new kernel image from? Also, which link did you use for ClockWorkMod Touch?
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CWR Touch / ODIN
Courtesy of childrenofthehorn there is a now a Clockwork Recovery Touch and ODIN images for the ATT varient. The thread is: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1990519

and the kernel at http://www.androidauthority.com/galaxy-note-2-open-source-release-126419/
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where did you input? i have the sdk and have been playing around with it but havent figured it out

However, ROM Manager will still not accept that the phone has been rooted. I had to "adb shell", and then on the phone:
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shell@android:/ $ /system/sbin/su (to become root) shell@android:/ # mount -o remount,rw /system shell@android:/system/sbin # cd /system/sbin/ shell@android:/system/sbin # busybox cp sh sqlite3 su /system/bin shell@android:/system/sbin # busybox cp sh sqlite3 su /system/xbin
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where did you input? i have the sdk and have been playing around with it but havent figured it out

However, ROM Manager will still not accept that the phone has been rooted. I had to "adb shell", and then on the phone:
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shell@android:/ $ /system/sbin/su (to become root) shell@android:/ # mount -o remount,rw /system shell@android:/system/sbin # cd /system/sbin/ shell@android:/system/sbin # busybox cp sh sqlite3 su /system/bin shell@android:/system/sbin # busybox cp sh sqlite3 su /system/xbin
Looks like you have root properly setup on your phone for the most part. I think the trick is clockwork rom manager is just not liking the unsupported device.

I'm not sure what you mean by "where did you input"?
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in the cmd i input each code as directed and it took them all. Is that all i need to do?
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i put in sdk\platform-tools then adb shell@android all that stuff and rom manager is still not recognizing that i have clockwork recovery.
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i put in sdk\platform-tools then adb shell@android all that stuff and rom manager is still not recognizing that i have clockwork recovery.
ROM Manager likely won't pickup on clockwork recovery unless you tell it "I've already installed it" or whatever the equivalent is. The Rugby Pro is unsupported in ROM Manager currently.
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Can someone provide me with a list of Apps that can be removed. The main reason I want to root is to get rid of all this stupid bloatware.
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Can someone provide me with a list of Apps that can be removed. The main reason I want to root is to get rid of all this stupid bloatware.
Most / all of the apps carrying the ATT branding can be removed. I believe Kies and a few of the other Samsung / 3rd party apps can be removed as well. I chose to leave Kies in case an OTA comes through.

I think the best course is to backup everything with CWR and Titanium or Ultimate backup and then start removing things one at a time. Do a few reboots along the way and see what does or does not work, restoring anything that is important to the underlying operation of the device.

I recommend the CWR backup just in case you really mess something up you'll have the option to rollback to stock and start over.
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now that I am rooted, how can I unroot if needed?
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I am attempting to follow the above instructions but the links to some of the files indicates they are no longer available. How can I obtain them?
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I am attempting to follow the above instructions but the links to some of the files indicates they are no longer available. How can I obtain them?
OP updated with corrected links.
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Thanks kemonine96... I've downloaded the files and followed the instructions but when I run a root checker the app indicated my phone isn't rooted.

What information can I provide to better assist with trouble shooting my lack of rooting ability?

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Thanks kemonine96... I've downloaded the files and followed the instructions but when I run a root checker the app indicated my phone isn't rooted.

What information can I provide to better assist with trouble shooting my lack of rooting ability?

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Did you use recovery to install the update.zip for root? If not, you'll need to do that as well. Also, did the Superuser application get installed?
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Update....

I was able to root my phone with a single file I found online. I used Odin and loaded the file I found at the below link after unzipping it. After the load process I verified my phone had root access via root checker. Everything appears good now... thanks for the responses.

Goo.im Downloads - Downloading Stock_Root_CWM_i547_cached_out.tar.md5.7z
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I'm on the AT&T network and was wondering if anyone else has noticed that they no longer access the LTE network after rooting? I haven't yet loaded any custom ROMs because some of the functionality I like to use doesn't appear to be available yet.

Also, does anyone know of a way to reset the flash counter?
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Hey everyone. This is my first post! Too bad it has to be a problem! Haha, I have the Rugby Pro. And have done every step. and I'm at the point where I need to load up clockwork in the boot menu. (I hope that sounds right) But the problem I have when I select the zip file it gets to verifying update package, and then gives the message that it's signature verification has failed. And aborts the install. What can I do to fix this? Any recommendations would be appreciated! I really want to finish this, and get root! Thanks!
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Hi all,
I could really use some help.
I'm trying to root my phone and install the photosphere feature from 4.2 onto my rugby pro. I'm using the photosphere to create a sort of google-street view tour of a trail I'm planning for my undergrad thesis.

I've done all of the steps as best as I know how, but at the very end, I always end up with a loop screen. I just see the samsung logo and then the rethink possible screen. I can reset the phone back to normal conditions....losing all my apps and settings (don't care too much since I've only had the phone for a while). But I need to get this phone rooted and get photosphere on here.

So I will try to narrow it down and let you guys know where I may be messing up.

Step 1. Install drivers from link below. Here I have some issues because even though i install the drivers the computer only recognizes the device until I pull it out. Before I plug in the rugby pro again, I have to reinstall the drivers.

Download necessary packages (clockwork recovery, root update) from the links below
Copy root update to your devices sdcard(s) -- Copy to both if external SD card is present-I only copy the root update to the external sd card. Is this causing me an issue? I am scared of putting it on the phone itself.

Select the comanche file-this comanche fiile is being selected from the computer, not the phone....correct?


Make sure only "Auto Reboot" and "F. Reset Time" are selected
Click start- I get a pass in ODIN, but the phone does not reboot after flash is complete. I waited at least fifteen minutes the first time I did this.


Power off your phone-have to pull battery because this is where the looping starts

Select "Install zip from sd card"
Select "Choose zip from sd card"
Navigate to zip
Select zip
Confirm
Reboot-results in looping screen.

please email me at as2003 AT txstate DOT edu if you can help
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Hey everyone. This is my first post! Too bad it has to be a problem! Haha, I have the Rugby Pro. And have done every step. and I'm at the point where I need to load up clockwork in the boot menu. (I hope that sounds right) But the problem I have when I select the zip file it gets to verifying update package, and then gives the message that it's signature verification has failed. And aborts the install. What can I do to fix this? Any recommendations would be appreciated! I really want to finish this, and get root! Thanks!
Just registered to post this. I came across the exact same problem (although I have the Canadian version, Samsung Galaxy Rugby LTE SGH-i547C with Telus) and found a nice solution. Someone posted step-by-step instructions as above, but modified for this exact fault, at the xda-developers forum, post number 34463244 (can't post the link since this is my first comment).

Worked for me, hope it also works for you or anyone else stumbling across this thread.
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Anyone who rooted their LTE have issues with CW recognizing the sd card?
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Old September 11th, 2013, 08:29 AM   #35 (permalink)
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Anyone who rooted their LTE have issues with CW recognizing the sd card?
Not so far...it works for me here using CWM v6.0.2.5 and SuperSU when I had it installed.
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Please help me all master, i need official firmware (original firmware jely bean 4.1.2) for my Galaxy Rugby Pro from AT&T
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Ok so I followed the steps exactly and when I try to boot to cwm it boots to stock boot, so I tried the beginning steps again and still the same results. Any Help?
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