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OK, first: You need to change your attitude. If you root your phone and brick it, it's your own fault. You should face the consequences like a man. Being a positive and honest person will get you way longer in life. Second: I don't know that exact model, but I found a pretty much complete guide to rooting, flashing and so on at XDA for your model here. - ...


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If Odin is not detecting your device, it probably means that your device drivers are not installed. Try installing your device drivers first, and then connect with Odin and flash it. Your problem will be solved. The other way around is to flash through CWM recovery, if you have it installed on your device. You should have a working ROM zip file. Place ...


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After waiting a couple of days and not finding any answers, I restarted the device. It booted to a screen saying Firmware upgrade encountered an issue. Please select recovery mode in Kies & try again. I tried using recovery mode in Kies, but Kies gave me an error message saying that the device is not supported. However, I noticed that the text in ...


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Try holding down the home button, the volume up button and the power button for a few seconds. If that doesn't work, try the volume down button. Vol up will try and boot into recovery, vol down into download mode. Source


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Anyone reading this that is also late to the discussion: If you found the Zipped Rom in question on XDA, it was probably originally a tar file that someone renamed zip in order to use a file hosting website with a restriction against tar files. (As this simple rename just worked for me.)


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Do you have Nandroid backup with you (of the stock ROM)...?? If yes, then reboot to CWM recovery and restore the nandroid backup... Hope this helps...


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Don't worry, the solution is pretty easy. Download Wugrfesh toolkit from here: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=95747613655047107 Once you open the program, press "Flash stock + unroot" on the right side. Just follow the instructions and you'll do fine. Good luck :)


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So late to answer a question like this, still: For all non-advanced users who want to root their Defy and install custom ROMS, first refer this article. It says all about you want to know about Defy before torturing it :D But don't worry, it is almost impossible to brick the mighty Defy, so feel free to experiment.


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No, you can't run the Indian ROM. Both are different chipsets, and forcing it might brick your device. Many users requested the SHW-M180S Firmware. I have uploaded it here. It is only for the SHW-M180S tablet.


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The unlocking the bootloader and installing a custom recovery is a one time procedure, for future updates you just need to flash the zip file and you are good to go. Having said that, since you feel it is a risky complicated procedure, in case you have a phone that is mentioned on this Page then the whole process becomes a lot more simpler and opaque to you! ...


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Nope unlock bootloader and installing CWM is one time (unless you want to update the Recovery) Update or install Zip file it via Custom Recovery



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