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Install ClockworkMod ( CWM ) Recovery on Verizon Samsung Galaxy S3 I535


Monday 09th of July 2012 / android.gs
Users who managed to root their Verizon Galaxy S3 devices with the model number I535 will now be able to flash CWM Recovery image by reading this guide. Read all the instructions I’ve listed and you will be able to install the ClockworkMod Recovery fast and easy if you’re an advanced Android user.CWM Recovery is essential for every Android phone that was rooted, as it allows users to install and flash Custom ROMs that will improve the overall performances of their phones along with tons of options to customize and optimize the whole Android ROM. Use this tutorial only if you’re running a rooted Galaxy S3 on Verizon and make sure to read the preparation guide info to learn how to properly configure the computer and your smartphone for the installation process.Here’s what you need to know before installing CWM Recovery on Verizon S3 phone: Root your devices using this guide HERE.Enable USB debugging option on your Android phone.Charge the phone’s battery so that it won’t power OFF while flashing the ClockworkMod Recovery image.Disable the antivirus a
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TWRP 2.3.1 "auto update" on my S3 ----- now it won't boot


Sunday 29th of December 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
Ok, start off by admitting I'm a technophobe.I hardly know how to adjust the volume on my phone, so I haven't intentionally changed anything. That being said, the S3 while slick and fast initially has had the most "personality problems" of any phone I've had. This is my 3rd or 4th droid, and I like the platform in general. So, onto the actual problem. I had a local tech shop replace my glass, and do a factory reset of things after a girl at work dragged it off the desk onto the tile floor. So $100 later, the phone is clean, clear and seems to be running faster and lasting longer on a single charge. Until this evening..... It "automatically" downloaded some TWRP thing that seems to have taken it over. It downloaded, said it had to reboot, and then did reboot. It came up with that screen in the link, saying it was version 2.3.1 I could not find a way to dismiss it or get to my home screen. Eventually, I hit "restore defaults" and "reboot". Now it will flash "SAMSUNG" for about half a second, and then go to the "SAMSUNG GALAXY
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Difference between USB cables????


Saturday 12th of July 2014 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hello Everyone, I ran across this forum as I was trying to research an issue I have. Currently I have the Samsung Note 3. This problem however has to do with both, my current and my last phone which was a Galaxy S3. Basically, I can use the exact same USB wall charger, but depending on the USB cable I use, I either get a very fast charge time (from 2% to +/- 20% or 25%) in the matter of 10-15 mins, or I plug it in and after half an hour, it has not even reached 10% yet. I would have thought that it's because of USB 3.0 but I have had the same problem with my S3 and I have also used a good working USB 2.0 cable on the Note 3 and had it charge very fast and vise versa. My question is: is therr a secret to how the USB cables are wired (+5V/GRND/D+/D-) or are they all wired standard? Just to make sure, the pair of data wires does not require to be connected for charging only, right? At first I thought that it was the USB wall charger (less than 2A/2000mA) but then I realized that this was not the case and that the main thing making a difference is the USB wire I was using. I have also d
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