- The custom recovery file we are showing you in this guide is only made for the Samsung Galaxy Grand prime with the model number SM-G530H only. You can check what your model number is by tapping on the Menu > Settings > About Device > Model Number.
BEFORE WE BEGIN
- You must have the Samsung USB Drivers installed on your Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime smartphone by visiting the official Samsung website, installing the universal ADB driver, or by tapping on our page for the USB Drivers links. Just scroll down our USB Driver page until you see the Samsung brand.
- You must have the Developer Options enabled so you can then enter the same and enable the USB Debugging Mode option from the menu. You can enable the Developer Options by tapping on the Menu > Settings > About Device > Tap the build number until it says you are using the device as a Developer.
- Now you must enable the USB Debugging Mode by taping on the menu > Settings > Developer Options > USB Debugging Mode.
HOW TO INSTALL CLOCKWORKMOD RECOVERY ON SAMSUNG GALAXY GRAND PRIME SM-G530H
- Download the CWM Recovery you need from this link.
- Download one of the latest Odin flash tool versions.
- Extract both the recovery and the Odin files to the desktop of your computer. You can easily do that by right-clicking over the files and choosing the “extract here” option from the menu.
- Turn off the Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime smartphone and reboot it in download mode.
- Connect the Samsung Galaxy Grand prime to the computer using the USB cable.
- Click the PDA or the AP button you can see from the Odin user-interface and upload your custom recovery file you extracted on the desktop earlier. Just extract the file once or else you will not be able to use the file.
- Leave the default settings the way they were when you first downloaded and opened the new copy of the Odin application.
Click the big Start button you can see from the Odin apps user-interface and it will start flashing the custom recovery on your Samsung Galaxy Grand Prime.
Wait until you can see the pass message and the device reboots before closing down the Odin app on the computer. Those of you who never see the smartphone reboot will need to do that manually.