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How to flash TWRP recovery to Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (N9005, SM-N900) [Guide]
Posted By Godwin On January 22, 2014 @ 11:23 AM In Android Hacks | 5 Comments
Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is the 5.7 inch phablet produced by Samsung which was designed to make the Galaxy Note series look lighter, with a better and premium look. Installing a custom recovery like TWRP (TeamWin Recovery Project) on your Note 3 will help you get access to tools such as taking advanced backups and easing up the process of flashing new files to your device, etc.
Disclaimer: This guide is intended as a helpful “how to”. dotTech and its writers are not responsible for any gain or loss (including but not limited to bricked devices) incurred as a result of following this guide. Flashing custom recovery may void your warranty.
This guide will help you to install TWRP recovery 188.8.131.52 on your Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (N9005 Qualcomm and SM-N900 Exynos). Please do not try this on any other model. Proceed at your own risk.
Get yourself ready with the following before starting off:
Enjoy the taste of TWRP on your Note 3! Now you can do things such as rooting your device simply in a ‘flash’!
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URLs in this post:
 Image: http://dottech.org/130470/install-galaxy-s4-note-3-lock-screen-android-device-tip/samsung-galaxy-note-3-2/
 Odin3_v1.85.zip: http://www.devfiles.co/download/GYz7moKt/Odin3_v1.85.zip
 openrecovery-twrp-184.108.40.206-hlte.img.tar: http://www.techerrata.com/file/twrp2/hlte/openrecovery-twrp-220.127.116.11-hlte.img.tar
 openrecovery-twrp-18.104.22.168-ha3g.img.tar: http://www.techerrata.com/file/twrp2/ha3g/openrecovery-twrp-22.214.171.124-ha3g.img.tar
 USB debugging: http://dottech.org/87439/how-to-unlock-usb-debugging-mode-on-android-4-2-jelly-bean-and-higher-guide/
 drivers: http://d-h.st/zpw
 XDA: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2494245
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