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Have you tried checking the device manager on your PC? you might need to install some software to have it work. However you just use Wireless Storage and type in \G2 in networks to access it.


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If the phone does not have /proc/mtd (IMHO should have, even with no real info), you should have /proc/emmc. Also try to examine file /proc/dumchar_info Source


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FLash TWRP Recovery and from there go to Reboot ---> Bootloader


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You should make a backup and reflash a stock ROM for your ROM or flash a different recovery for your phone. Also take a look at these sites. http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2426426 http://forums.androidcentral.com/general-help-how/369146-only-boots-into-recovery-mode.html http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1794153


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The types of problems you're describing are generally best solved by, indeed, factory resetting. If you can't find another solution, it's pretty much always the last resort. So if you're willing to do it, it's all but guaranteed to fix the problem, unless the problem is being caused by a hardware issue. Built-in apps will all remain. Anything that shipped ...


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Try holding down the volume up, then camera, then lock button. If this works then use the up/down volume keys to select what you want to do.


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You are using the stock recovery, which only allows files signed by Samsung to be flashed. Flash a new recovery via Odin, such as CWM, TWRP or Philz.


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I managed to fix the phone. I flashed it with custom ROM for T mobile using Odin. I have SAMSUNG GALAXY S3, SGH T999. Initially the phone was not getting detected so i tried using ADB to transfer a ROM. That worked but IMEI no was still not available. It showed null, so i flashed it with stock ROM. Anyone who has same issue can try my method. Here is the ...


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Which device do you have? There might be an option in CWM to enable MTP to gain access to storage over USB.


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Flash another recovery.IMG file by command fastboot flash boot .IMG Connect the phone in fastboot mode to computer(different devices have different ways search for your in Google) and then flash via above command


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Take out your battery for 15 seconds and then try booting it into recovery (power + vol down or power + home + vol down) Hope this helps


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Well, that one is solved! The problem was not the SD cards, but the fact that rooting etc. the Desire caused it to USB-brick. Never heard that before. Some people can cure that with fastboot commands (did not work for me) but the 4ext recovery provides an USB un-bricking function. Long story short, I'm running Spezi77's version of LiquidSmooth 3.2 on my ...


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Me too. Tried flashing "Bump" TWRP 2.8.0.0 for LG D855 (G3) with Flashify and I got the same all black screen. Then after a while, it reboots normally...


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This picture is showing the custom recovery that is installed on your device. Looks like someone installed it and used custom ROM on this phone before. By default, the phone should boot straight into the system, but in this case it seems that something's different. One way of fixing your phone is by reinstalling the software you got on your phone (since it ...


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It looks like you are trying to install CyanogenMod 12 custom ROM using the built-in "3e" recovery. This will not work, as the stock recovery only allows updates that are signed by keys only known to your carrier, manufacturer (Samsung in this case) or Google themselves. You will first need to find anf install a custom recovery image that is built ...


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Related to your question, if you are not solved your isuue yet, I must say Yes. It is very easy to do following very few steeps. First, you need to have your device rooted. If you have not rooted your phone yet, try to root it using Framaroot, a one clic root app that roots your phone by itself, directly, without PC. For rooting MTK devices try to apply the ...


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A simpler solution I had the same issue, but I don't have an SD card in my Moto X. That means, if I backup then factory reset, my backup will be gone too. I found another solution. You can just reflash the Google Keyboard to your device using TWRP. The zip I used is here: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=95855108297851240 If you don't have TWRP ...


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This is because most stock systems will flash the stock recovery on boot and/or your bootloader is locked (and prevents writing to safe partitions). Please follow this instructions from CM; They are working, I already tested them: http://wiki.cyanogenmod.org/w/Install_CM_for_jflte#Recovery_Installation


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This is the default Lenovo A390 recovery mode. To see the menu and navigate through the various options, press the power button. However, if you want to install a custom recovery, I recommend you ClockWorkMod. Download it here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B0NbUsR1NuawdGNURGRZUG43Y28/edit?usp=sharing&pli=1 To install it, do the following: ...



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