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By scootrsmb, Junior Member on 10th July 2014, 08:10 PM
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I know the info is here somewhere but I always have a hard time finding the info I need here. I have 4.3, rooted it and had a ROM running. Whole reason I wanted to root was because my phone performs terribly. Loses power when its plugged in, no signal where I work(my iphone gets 2-3 bars) but rooting nor a ROM helped my problem. I would like to go back to stock the way the phone was originally. I see threads for using odin to get it back but I thought that wasn't the case for 4.3. Not sure what guide I should be looking at to go back. Thanks
 
 
10th July 2014, 09:42 PM |#2  
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I know the info is here somewhere but I always have a hard time finding the info I need here. I have 4.3, rooted it and had a ROM running. Whole reason I wanted to root was because my phone performs terribly. Loses power when its plugged in, no signal where I work(my iphone gets 2-3 bars) but rooting nor a ROM helped my problem. I would like to go back to stock the way the phone was originally. I see threads for using odin to get it back but I thought that wasn't the case for 4.3. Not sure what guide I should be looking at to go back. Thanks

You should just use Odin to to back to stock. It's fast and simple. You can use the Android unified toolkit (easy to find on google) and it walks your through it.

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11th July 2014, 01:05 AM |#3  
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Just remember you can Odin back to 4.3, not prior versions. And if you then get the 4.4.2 ota, you can't odin back to 4.3

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11th July 2014, 06:33 PM |#4  
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