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Unhappy [Q] Cant install any ROM on my Phone or even perform a Nandroid Backup

Ive tried installing the 4.4.2 ROM Achidroid N7000 on my phone using TWRP but it skipped the MD5 check and said "Installation failed/aborted....". I then tried an AOSP 4.4.2 ROM but it said the same error message. After that, I gave up and tried to use the phone. When it booted up, it froze on the Samsung logo and wouldnt boot up completely. Ive tried doing a FDR through the custom recoveries but still the same thing happens. I really dont know what to do. I have an i9300 under 4.3.

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Follow the guide in general forum on how to flash a stock firmware, download the latest one for your country from sammobile.com.

Factory reset after flashing in recovery.

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Ive tried installing the 4.4.2 ROM Achidroid N7000 on my phone using TWRP but it skipped the MD5 check and said "Installation failed/aborted....". I then tried an AOSP 4.4.2 ROM but it said the same error message. After that, I gave up and tried to use the phone. When it booted up, it froze on the Samsung logo and wouldnt boot up completely. Ive tried doing a FDR through the custom recoveries but still the same thing happens. I really dont know what to do. I have an i9300 under 4.3.

Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
I dun think archi developed any rom for the N7000. At least I didn't see any when googling. But if you flashed a N7000 rom on ur phone, even if u finally unbrick it, I bet there will be some hardware issues.
 
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I dun think archi developed any rom for the N7000. At least I didn't see any when googling. But if you flashed a N7000 rom on ur phone, even if u finally unbrick it, I bet there will be some hardware issues.
That should be a typo its n7100 which is the port for our s3 from international note 2

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The first page alr said tat the rom is VERY buggy and is in the experimental state. Many things are not working in tat rom. So I have no idea why some one would wan it as their daily driver rom.
 
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Thank you guys. I was able to flash the ROM properly using PHILZ recovery.
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