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Updating from adb is unreliable on a lot of PCs. A much more reliable method to update (or in this case recover) your phone is to choose Apply update from external storage. Obtain an sd card, and format it to FAT if not already. Copy the official 'stock' update to the root directory of the card. Power off phone and insert card Reboot into recovery but ...


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Here's is what works for me, I wipe the dalvik and cache, reboot and tada. If that doesn't work then yeah factory reset but you lose your stuff.


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Just do this one thing, flash/install CWM recovery using Odin or other flashing method suitable for your device. From there, it will cakewalk to install any custom rom on your device.


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Which phone is it? You have to download stock firmware for it and flash it via flashtool, adb or fastboot (depends on phone). If you have Samsung phone, then download firmware and Odin from sammobile.com and flash.


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I managed to repair it. 1) I installed the following android verion http://www.needrom.com/download/lenovo-s860/, but it upgrades to a chinese Vibe 2.0, which is very customised and has no Google Play Store, as weall as all other Google apps. 2) So I used the "Upgrade Firmware" option on the PC program (SP Flash Tool) instead of the "Download" one to ...


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There are many things you can do. But first you have to identify which tablet you are using, if its samsung then install kies and recovery will take you through the process. Second check your model number xyz whatever.Download the rom to your pc and Transfer the downloaded ROM from your computer to your device. You can use the USB cable to perform this ...


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Afraid there is no such thing: stock recovery itself doesn't offer any backup options other means of backing up a partition (and we're speaking about the /recovery partition here) always require root, as no other user has the required low-level access to file systems Creating a real complete backup of a virgin device before attempting any system ...


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In upgrading to CM13, I would do wipe both caches, system and data. It is enough demanding for the system to the upgrade also without system encryption. However, I have managed to several updates in encrypted systems as Sparta describes but after many of them something often breaks and fresh installation can be necessary.



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