[Q] help, i screwed up!

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By CoupleOQuestions, Junior Member on 25th August 2014, 03:44 PM
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hi all,

Ive been looking for a fix for a straight 10 hours now and i just cant seem to find it.
Ive tried installing a custom rom on my rooted Samsung galaxy s3 mini (i believe its the i8190)
i installed CWM recovery and tried installing the custom rom through there and when that not succeeded i tried it through the CWM recovery boot thing. after messing with it i found myself locked in the CWM recovery boot cause everytime i reboot my phone it instantly goes to the CWM recovery. i found out thats due to not having a rom (not even the stock). so now i have to find a custom rom (wich i allready got) and put that on the phone. this is where im stuck. i dont have an external sd card in this phone and i just cant seem to mount the internal sd card so i can access it through my computer so i can put the files in there.

Im sorry if i placed this in the wrong section, im new to this forum. i just need some professional help because i obviously have no clue wth im doing. also sorry for any misunderstandings or stupid questions. english is not my native language.

thanks in advance !

sorry for second post, dont know where to get an answer nd im desperate
25th August 2014, 09:19 PM |#2  
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Search Custom Recovery, Root, ROM etc.. with your device name/model. hope, you'll find some solution/ideas about your problem.

Here's a LINK: Samsung Galaxy S III Mini (Link for your device main category.)
25th August 2014, 09:50 PM |#3  
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You need to set up adb. adb should work while in recovery. You would use that and push the file to your internal storage. For example:

adb push /sdcard/

Assuming you have the rom zip in the adb folder or have set adb to work system wide.
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