I use Samsung galaxy gt-19070 that runs under cyanogenmod with rooted and bootloader unlocked. I recently wiped my system in twrp and my phone is stuck in "android is starting". Please help! Thank you.
You only said that your "/system" partition is wiped so it means that only your "/system" partition is clean and other partitions are untouched. You also said you used TWRP. So, I assume you still have access to TWRP.
What you would need is:
- TWRP access
- Your original CyanogenMod Custom ROM zip file
Since you didn't state your TWRP Recovery version, I assume you are using version 2.x
(Skip this step if you still have your CyanogenMod ROM zip file)
Download your CyanogenMod ROM zip from where you originally downloaded it.
Boot into TWRP Recovery
Still in TWRP, go to "Mount" and tick the box with "Internal Storage" and "External Storage"
Go to "Install" and find the CyanogenMod ROM zip file that you originally flashed.
Note: the folder "sdcard" is your "Internal Storage" while the folder "sdcard1" is your "External Storage" or "SD Card"
After the flashing is completed, go to "Advanced" --> "Reboot" to reboot your phone
Your phone should now work normally as usual and CyanogenMod will load as per normal!