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I have a Samsung Galaxy Ace GT-S5830L and I a few days ago downloaded and installed a custom ROM 4.2.2 the name of the file is (cm-10.1-20130503-NIGHTLY-cooper), It worked good at first, but then the apps didn't download it used a lot of memory, it crashed/hanged and it became annoying, So I'm trying to return to my previous original version 2.3.4, but It doesn't work... I made a backup with clockworks, but it doesn't work. I tried downloading one from the internet and using thor (i think that was its name) to install it, but it doesn't connect succeed anytime I try... I also tried with kies, but It didn't work, it just staid there for hours without doing anything...

So what are my options to restore the original ROM?, I really need to get back to it, this version is just to buggy and annoying for me to stay with it.

  • "it doesn't work" doesn't give us enough information to help you. If you say exactly what you did, and what happened, someone might be able to help. – Dan Hulme Aug 24 '13 at 13:05
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    Also, you might like to try the stable Cyanogenmod ROM instead of the nightly build. The nightly build may or may not work on any given day, but the stable build is tested and should be reliable. – Dan Hulme Aug 24 '13 at 13:06
  • I agree with @DanHulme, using nightly builds as your everyday rom is not a good idea. You need to do some searching to find a mod that fits perfectly to your device. Remember that if you try to load a mod on your phone that is the build for a phone on a different carrier, you could soft brick your device. Close only counts in horseshoes and handgrenades =) – John Aug 24 '13 at 17:00
  • Sorry about not providing enough information, at the moment I'm going to try to install the latest stable build, Thanks for the help :) – Debels Aug 24 '13 at 20:29

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