I recently did some stuff to my Samsung Galaxy S5 UK (SM-G900F) on Three and Marshmallow 6.0.1: (In order)
- Successfully install TWRP using Odin
- Successfully root using Chainfire's Systemless Root
- The message 'Set Warranty Bit: Kernel' starts appearing on the Samsung Android logo during boot, but it still works fine. (I think this means I voided my warranty.)
- Successfuly install BusyBox using this app
- Install XPosed Framework ArmV7 version, following a guide I can't find any more, but I got my file from the official XDA thread
Now when I rebooted my phone after installing XPosed, it gets stuck on the Samsung Android logo with the 'Set Warranty Bit: kernel' message. I can get to TWRP by (steps, not methods):
- Removing and replacing the battery
- Plugging in the charger
- When the battery charging animation shows, pressing Home+Power+VolUp
What I would like to know is:
- Should I restore it using Odin?
- If so, with a Stock or Custom ROM?
- If not, how is it recoverable?