[Q] Updating CWM/Installing LiquidSmooth

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By CPower2012, Junior Member on 5th July 2014, 06:53 AM
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So I've got a SGH-I747M that I rooted and put a ROM on probably more than a year ago now. Been happy with it, but figure I should probably get a new ROM, as I'm still on Jelly Bean and the one I have has always been a bit bloated. So I started brushing up on all this stuff as I forgot how to even install a new ROM, I'm a very casual Android user. Anyway I figure most of it out and decide I want to install this ROM:

So I download the latest version and go to flash it and get a Status 7 error. From what I could gather this means my recovery needs to be updated, correct? If not I need even more help. But anyway yeah I need to update my CWM. Start looking up how to do that and it says to download ROM Manager, but apparently me device isn't supported with that. Then I see some stuff about flashable recovery files, but the only ones for my phone are even more out of date than the one I have. So what are my options for updating it then? I know you can use Odin for it, but I can't for the life of me find the right file. Then there's the thing with the the Terminal Emulator stuff using the .img file, which might be how I installed it in the first place, but that seems like the easiest way to brick my phone. It'd be great if someone just had a recent flashable version, but if not the file I need for Odin. Or is the Terminal Emulator method not as intimidating as it looks? And if that isn't the reason I was getting the error well then I'm just lost.

Please someone just put an end to my misery and tell me what the hell to do.
5th July 2014, 08:36 AM |#2  
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Nevermind, I figured it all out. See you in another year when I forget what the hell I'm doing again.
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