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If the flashed recovery is correct then, When you first time flash recovery then at the same boot you need to go in recovery mode Otherwise your stock recovery will overwrite your recovery and you will not be able to go in your flashed recovery mode Hope that helps😉


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Good to know that you have fastboot on it. I suppose your goal is to wipe the data and reset and not Porting a recovery or a ROM that it might run. use the fastboot commands to wipe the userdata and the cache fastboot erase userdata fastboot erase cache Good Luck!


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Try using apps to reboot into Recovery. For example QuickBoot


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Samsung Galaxy S4 Step 1 Power off the device, then remove the battery to make sure the phone is completely powered off. Reinsert the battery. Step 2 Press and hold the “Home” button, “Power” key and “Volume Up” key simultaneously until the phone vibrates. Step 3 Release the “Power” button when you feel the vibration, but continue to hold the “Home” and “...


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i already try download many stock firmware and flash with many version odin but still stuck on samsung logo with blue recovery booting.. My problem solved with kies.i used Tool-Firmware Upgrade and Initialisation..u need to enter your smsung model then enter your S/N.(need stable internet connection).just wait until complete 100%,it ask u to restart..all ...


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The proper way to browse Chinese/Russian sites is this: Instead of browsing the url directly, you put the url in the Google search, then click that small link called "Translate this page" besides that link in the result! You would have not made a mistake and selected the proper ROM for your device. Coming back to the topic, I've flashed stock ROM on two ...


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First thing flash stock ROM to check the issue and most probably in these cases its a hardware fault as you described you have dead spots on touch they can be due to pressure of some kind which can also cause touch to get damaged too , to be sure flash with factory/stock ROM and see if things change or remain same


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Did you root your device ? With an application by any chance ? Some applications will root your device, But won't unlock the boot loader !.. This can be a serious problem if you edited your SYSTEM Partition and caused the initial error ... - If this happened. Try going to HTCDev.com and sign up for a developer account and start the Unlock process on ...


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Flashing recovery does not affect your system. So, totally, OF COURSE! 😀


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Go to Settings. Go in about device and keep tapping build number. Keep tapping until it says: You have enabled developer options! Go back and tap developer options and turn on advanced reboot. Then, hold your power button a little while like you usually do to turn off your device. Tap reboot and tap the recovery option and your phone will go to recovery! ...


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The SM-S906L is the same device as the SM-G920V [source]. You should be able to use the PIT for the SM-G920V. You can get the PIT here. I also found it here (and it is labeled as the SM-S906L, but has the same file name as the one that is specified for the SM-G920V).


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So, I got it working again. The method was to not flash using fastboot. I actually booted the recovery remotely with fastboot boot recovery.img Then flashed cyanogenmod (the system) and gapps from the external SD card. On reboot, the system updated itself and it's working again. And I can boot into cyanogen recovery mode (but not TWRP, as before). Seems ...


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Can you access the phone using ADB while the phone is in recovery? Also is it possible to set it back to stock rom? That would be the first thing I would do and go from there


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Moto devices with a stock ROM have a facility to replace the recovery with the stock image, TWRP handles this but you have to reboot into recovery once before starting the phone normally. Flash TWRP with fastboot and boot into it, allow changes (or first, say No, then do a backup!) then within TWRP do a Reboot -> Recovery, this will "set" the recovery so it ...


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Fastboot is so unpredictable, ouch. Try the following steps. Check if your cable is the stock one. If not, at least make sure it supports file transfer in fastboot mode. Check that USB drivers are installed properly Try to rename the recovery file to just "recovery.img", I know it looks stupid, but it did the trick for me. Finally, * the device won't ...


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installing something like ROM Manager might help. check this screenshot: https://lh4.ggpht.com/mCWZ9q9niBabx-HBbrlez8hFxAh0VrhNl2y0_diCmxbmj93BF36nuPR_KcACgYXuXstd=h900-rw


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This is a known issue when blocking Google Play Services using Privacy Guard on CM13. However there is a workaround if the device has a custom recovery like TWRP installed. Boot into recovery Open File Manager Navigate to /data/system Delete the file named appops.xml Reboot. Since you've not rooted/installed custom firmware, the only option is a factory ...


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i'm no expert, but if you go to the bootloader, by (on my nexus 4) holding volume down then power up, then it says



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