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[ROM]UEALCB and UEALD3 Stock, Rooted, and Deodexed

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k9nikita

k9nikita

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Posted 10 May 2012 - 07:49 PM #21

Heimdall Driver Install

1. Put your Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 into download mode using "adb reboot download".

2. Run zadig.exe included in the Drivers subdirectory.

3. From the menu chose Options -> List All Devices.

4. From the USB receiver drop down list chose "Samsung".

5. Press the "Install/ replace Driver"button, click "Yes" to the prompt and if you receive
a message about being unable to verify the publisher of the driver
click "Install this driver software anyway".

6. Done

Step 1 - From command line
heimdall flash --kernel IML74K_P3113UEALD3_unsecuredboot.img

Step 2 - Boot up, enable debugging and run the following commands via adb
adb shell mount -o remount,rw /system
adb shell rm /system/etc/install-recovery.sh

Instructions for installing Clockwork Recovery and Rooting your Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7"

  • Download recovery.tar.md5.
  • Copy cwm-root-gtab2.zip to your ext SDCard ("Card" in Windows Explorer).
  • Download Odin for windows. (If you cannot see your device, just install the usb drivers from samsung kies)
  • Make sure your device is not plugged in via USB.
  • Make sure your device is in “USB debugging” mode.
  • Navigate through Menu>Settings>Developer Options and check the “USB debugging” option.
  • Connect your device to your PC using the USB cable.
  • Reboot your tablet into download mode. By either one of these options:
    • Power off the tablet. Hold the Volume Down button and Power button. Volume up to confirm download mode.
    • If you have adb installed run 'adb reboot download' from a command prompt.
  • Launch Odin, click PDA and browse to the recovery.tar.md5 file (unless you moved it, it will be in your user downloads folder).
  • Hit start, when completed your tablet will reboot.
  • Reboot your tablet into recovery mode. By either one of these options:
    • Power off the tablet. Hold down the Volume Up button and Power button. When you see the "Galaxy Tab" logo release Power but continue holding Volume Up.
    • If you have adb installed run 'adb reboot recovery' from a command prompt.
  • In the CWM menu (the menu will be in the upper left corner of the now landscape mode screen) navigate to "install zip from sdcard" (volume keys navigate) and press power to select.
  • Select "choose zip from sdcard".
  • Navigate to the "cmw-root-gtab2.zip" you saved to your sd card earlier (it should be the only option if you have not used any other root methods).
  • Wait for the install to complete, shouldn't take long.
  • Select "go back" from the menu at the top, back out two menus then select the reboot device option.
  • Your device will restart. On the first restart you will see it "Update Android".
  • Profit!

Ok so I get to step 6 in the Heimdall install but I can not find the command line? Please help I can not figure out how to get CMW back on my tab after the update! I keep going to the stock recovery no matter what or how I flash. I have followed the instructions using ODIN and Heimdall with no luck in either case. Assistance is greatly appreciated.
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statuzz

statuzz

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Posted 14 May 2012 - 10:05 AM #22

[/list]Ok so I get to step 6 in the Heimdall install but I can not find the command line? Please help I can not figure out how to get CMW back on my tab after the update! I keep going to the stock recovery no matter what or how I flash. I have followed the instructions using ODIN and Heimdall with no luck in either case. Assistance is greatly appreciated.

the command line ??
adb while boot..u know what i mean, after step 6 your tablet will boot into android, then adb devices to make sure u see the table, then u issue the commands and reboot to cwm..done ;)
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ruff97

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Posted 17 May 2012 - 03:07 PM #23

Heimdall Driver Install

1. Put your Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 into download mode using "adb reboot download".

2. Run zadig.exe included in the Drivers subdirectory.

3. From the menu chose Options -> List All Devices.

4. From the USB receiver drop down list chose "Samsung".

5. Press the "Install/ replace Driver"button, click "Yes" to the prompt and if you receive
a message about being unable to verify the publisher of the driver
click "Install this driver software anyway".

6. Done

Step 1 - From command line
heimdall flash --kernel IML74K_P3113UEALD3_unsecuredboot.img

Step 2 - Boot up, enable debugging and run the following commands via adb
adb shell mount -o remount,rw /system
adb shell rm /system/etc/install-recovery.sh

Instructions for installing Clockwork Recovery and Rooting your Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7"

  • Download recovery.tar.md5.
  • Copy cwm-root-gtab2.zip to your ext SDCard ("Card" in Windows Explorer).
  • Download Odin for windows. (If you cannot see your device, just install the usb drivers from samsung kies)
  • Make sure your device is not plugged in via USB.
  • Make sure your device is in “USB debugging” mode.
  • Navigate through Menu>Settings>Developer Options and check the “USB debugging” option.
  • Connect your device to your PC using the USB cable.
  • Reboot your tablet into download mode. By either one of these options:
    • Power off the tablet. Hold the Volume Down button and Power button. Volume up to confirm download mode.
    • If you have adb installed run 'adb reboot download' from a command prompt.
  • Launch Odin, click PDA and browse to the recovery.tar.md5 file (unless you moved it, it will be in your user downloads folder).
  • Hit start, when completed your tablet will reboot.
  • Reboot your tablet into recovery mode. By either one of these options:
    • Power off the tablet. Hold down the Volume Up button and Power button. When you see the "Galaxy Tab" logo release Power but continue holding Volume Up.
    • If you have adb installed run 'adb reboot recovery' from a command prompt.
  • In the CWM menu (the menu will be in the upper left corner of the now landscape mode screen) navigate to "install zip from sdcard" (volume keys navigate) and press power to select.
  • Select "choose zip from sdcard".
  • Navigate to the "cmw-root-gtab2.zip" you saved to your sd card earlier (it should be the only option if you have not used any other root methods).
  • Wait for the install to complete, shouldn't take long.
  • Select "go back" from the menu at the top, back out two menus then select the reboot device option.
  • Your device will restart. On the first restart you will see it "Update Android".
  • Profit!


thx you for the post baezl but i need some help. i get a error at
Step 1 - From command line
heimdall flash --kernel IML74K_P3113UEALD3_unsecuredboot.img

I get error
"
Initialising connection...
Detecting device...
Failed to detect compatible download-mode device."

what am i doing wrong

Edited by ruff97, 17 May 2012 - 03:20 PM.

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ruff97

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Posted 17 May 2012 - 07:04 PM #24

ok fix the problem need to use a other usb port
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quangnhut123

quangnhut123

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 06:46 PM #25

I want to know how to flash these firmware . Can we use odin ?
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bark777

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 07:03 PM #26

I want to know how to flash these firmware . Can we use odin ?


They are made for CWM recovery see post #15:
http://rootzwiki.com..._10#entry665513
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quangnhut123

quangnhut123

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 07:18 PM #27

So do you know how to flash this stock firmware file : http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1645295 with Odin :(
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bark777

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Posted 24 May 2012 - 08:56 PM #28

So do you know how to flash this stock firmware file : http://forum.xda-dev...d.php?t=1645295 with Odin :(

you use odin and download mode. l would suggest you spend a lot more time reading to avoid issues. what is your objective? do you want root or a rom you can develop? in odin the file is pointed to using the pda option.
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quangnhut123

quangnhut123

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Posted 25 May 2012 - 06:47 AM #29

Yeah i got it using pda oftion as flash espresso_recovery.tar.md5 :) Thanks for your supporting !
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kurt_long1

kurt_long1

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Posted 26 May 2012 - 07:09 PM #30

[Added:] Prior to the event described below, my OS version was IC 4.0.3 and I had used Odin to successfully load/flash the recovery.tar.md5. I believe that I have all the files I need (and then some) incl gt-p3110.pit, cwm-root-gtab2.zip, espresso_recovery.tar.md5, unsecure imgs, rootet deodexed zip, etc.

I would appreciate it if someone could provide a suggestion, please. I followed the procedure outlined in posting #23. After Step 1 when I try to reboot, the screen freezes displaying Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 logo. Also on the screen in small upper case red letters against a white background is the message ABORT IN SBL.

Heimdall reported the following:
Initialising connection...
Detecting device...
Claiming interface...
Setting up interface...

Checking if protocol is initialised...
Protocol is not initialised.
Initialising protocol...
Handshaking with Loke...

Beginning session...
Session begun with device of type: 131072

Downloading device's PIT file...
PIT file download sucessful

Uploading KERNEL
100%
KERNEL upload successful
Ending session...
Rebooting device...



[Added:] I can still get to download and recovery modes, so I expect I can recover but at the expense of clearing all my <backed up> personal data. I'm just curious how best to proceed to get to a rooted device.

Thank you in advance!

[Added:] This is fixed, ignore.

Edited by kurt_long1, 28 May 2012 - 06:46 AM.

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