[RESOLVED] CF3D Uninstall after boot loop
Originally Posted by agvulcan
Okay I've done enough research before deciding to make this post but couldn't find any solution.
Situation is I tried to install CF3D using CWM and now I'm stuck at the black boot screen that says GT N7000.
I tried to log into ADB shell and execute /system/lib/cf3d_uninstall.sh since that is the general solution but it seems I do not have the file there. Can someone give me the sh file if they have or tell me how to remove the drivers manualls through the ADB shell so that I can boot back normally. I did not backup before doing this..and I guess today isn't my day! Please help me remove the drivers! It's a little urgent.
I am new to the ADB shell concept and these are the commands I executed after connecting:
ls -d */
Here it says that the file isn't found.
Resolved (for me) :
I actually had the same error using the same command you did. You made a mistake though : when using an "sh" script, you have to invoke it's command, simply using "sh" before the name of the script you attempt to launch.
This is the way you have to go :
you should have typed : "sudo sh
I actually managed to get it to work this way, and to stop boot loop / freeze (call it whatever you want), as it actually DID uninstall CF3D faulty drivers.
DO NOT USE CF3D with Jelly Bean, at the moment at least. Though Chainfire wrote he wouldn't develop anymore his drivers for JB, as it would need too much coding, again. Stick to GB or even ICS (it used to work for me)
Full technique :
-Aroma File Manager : Download it here :
Way to go :
-Take out your SD card from your device
-Copy Aroma FM to your Ext. SD Card using a microSD adapter (you can find one at any classical SD card retailer for a few bucks)
-Stick it back in your device
-"Install zip file"
-"Install from SD Card'
-Choose Aroma FM zip file, and install it.
-Tap on option key to get option menu, and launch the shell
-Then type :
Your device will automatically reboot, and boot your system normally.