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If you don't have a Nandroid backup, you'll have to find a stock ROM for your device. Your device is not that well-known, the only resource I could find is on XDA-Developers. There you can find information on how to use ODIN to flash a stock ROM (post #5). In the future, creating a Nandroid backup is always recommended before flashing a ROM, just in case ...
Unfortunately, it's not possible. Those apps rely on parts of the TouchWiz framework to operate. No TouchWiz, no apps. The only way would be to install a custom TouchWiz based rom. It would give you some of the performance improvements of CyanogenMod but with access to the Samsung apps.
I would NOT RECOMMEND using a ROM that was not built to go with your specific device. If you use a ROM that doesn't go with your device, even if the ROM goes with your device on a different carrier, you risk bricking the device. Make sure that your device specs match EXACTLY to the ROM specs. Rule of thumb when it comes to ROMs: close only counts in ...
Yes you're correct that odin can not read .zip files. So it's very difficult to flash a rom on Samsung's devices without odin. But don't worry, here iam giving you a simple solution to convert a .zip file into a .tar.md5 file. You just have to type some commands in the command prompt and thats it!! You'll got your converted .tar.md5 files. You can take help ...
Check out this link that is what you want:HTC
Solution as per link provided by OP: Vijesh finally was able to solve his issue using the All-In-One Toolkit, following the instructions from this XDA thread. This toolkit requires Windows. Not explicitly mentioned in the XDA thread, but most likely this means you've also to install the appropriate device drivers for your smartphone. But it looks like the ...
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