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The XDA post you referenced tells you how to do what you are asking (taken from the XDA post): How to flash: Download ROM to Internal SD. Boot into Custom Recovery. Factory Reset (System, Data, Cache, Dalvik)* Flash ROM with TWRP and reboot. *NB: It is often also necessary to Wipe > Format /data > Yes (Warning: This will erase internal storage) - Do ...
CentOS installs on different hardware, but, It's all PCs which vary less than phones, A Ubuntu kernel, Debian kernel, and Elementary kernel are all different kernel sources. As for your second point, see the answer(s) posted earlier.
You may find stock firmware for your model on SamMobile from this link. This site is also a good source for firmware for most Samsung Mobiles. Just search for your model here. Do take note however that you have to register for a free account before you can start downloading. Optionally, upgrade to a premium account faster download speed.
Instructions: Download the Key root Master MOD. I uploaded it to my Google Website here. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and download the "Install.apk Sideload the APK Click the second button Mulai Root and a popup will show Click the button that says root and another popup will show button in purple with 2 buttons (one red and one purple) Click ...
As mentioned on Android Police, By the way, the word ROM means Read Only Memory, but has migrated in the modding community to mean an actual custom OS image that you install into the ROM area of your phone. For me, the reason I still use the word ROM is that the image you flash contains the entire contents of the read-only system partition which would ...
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