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The shell on Android is placed in /system/bin/sh instead of the regular /bin/sh – I wonder where you’d see /sbin/sh which I’ve never encountered in the wild on any Unix (and violates the POSIX standard), but in this place you should just change the script/invocation involved. Most commands are in the $PATH anyway, so calling them with explicit paths is not ...
Get Odin. download and flash the stock rom. everything will remain intact and your phone will boot up again normally. you can get links for stock roms at sammobile.com or XDA developers
I initially installed CWM v5 (as zip from CWM site), but that appears mount the internal sd card memory with root permissions only. I finally tried CWM 188.8.131.52 (again as zip, not from cwm site). The zip failed verification, so I couldn't install it. However, in v5, there's an option to ignore that, so I was able to run v6. It seems to run fine so far, and ...
I'm afraid you delete the whole system on your device, so that there is currently no rom to boot. What you can do now is to flash a rom. If you have an external SD card slot, then push your rom files and g-apps onto it and insert the card and flash via recovery. If your device does not have an external SD card slot or you do not have one, you have to flash ...
My not-so-great solution ended up like this: ClockWorkMod, installed with Odin according to the instructions (Odin seems to be slightly un-official so you're unfortunately always downloading from someone's Box or google drive, which is a bit uncomfortable) ADB shell, (on PC: install java SDK, install android development kit) Mount the SD card with CWM In ...
I checked that myself. I installed CWM 184.108.40.206 on my Galaxy Tab P5100, then I tried to restore the TWRP backup that I already had, and It didn't work. Maybe it needs a little more technical work. But with a normal procedure, it doesn't work.
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