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By boynique, Junior Member on 11th February 2014, 05:10 PM
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well before i start, i have to apologize due to the fact that maybe this has been answered in a previous thread.

I have a galaxy gt-i9300 and is rooted.
Since the last year i was able to install all cfw especially miui that i have most enjoyed.
The last month i wanted to turn to cyanogen and have installed cyanogen 11 but due to the bugs i turned back to a more stable 10.2.
I recently updated also the clockwork mod recovery to 6.0.4.6.
Since then i cannot install any miui version i get (status 7) and i can install only omega roms (samsung based) and cyanogen.\
Could you pls help me

p.s. I have done the solution where you edit the zip file but nothing worked "installation aborted"

is it maybe the new clockworkmod recovery?
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11th February 2014, 06:21 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by boynique

well before i start, i have to apologize due to the fact that maybe this has been answered in a previous thread.

I have a galaxy gt-i9300 and is rooted.
Since the last year i was able to install all cfw especially miui that i have most enjoyed.
The last month i wanted to turn to cyanogen and have installed cyanogen 11 but due to the bugs i turned back to a more stable 10.2.
I recently updated also the clockwork mod recovery to 6.0.4.6.
Since then i cannot install any miui version i get (status 7) and i can install only omega roms (samsung based) and cyanogen.\
Could you pls help me

p.s. I have done the solution where you edit the zip file but nothing worked "installation aborted"

is it maybe the new clockworkmod recovery?

Try twrp recovery
12th February 2014, 08:53 AM |#3  
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Try twrp recovery

I have to unroot first because i followed the instructions and installed twrp recovery but always boots in clockworkmod
13th February 2014, 03:39 PM |#4  
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I have changed through goo manager twrp recovery but still i cannot install miui v5
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In recovery factory reset.
Flash stock rom via odin .
13th February 2014, 04:28 PM |#6  
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In recovery factory reset.
Flash stock rom via odin .

can you please be a bit more specific thank you
13th February 2014, 05:10 PM |#7  
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can you please be a bit more specific thank you

JJEgan doesn't do specific Seriously though I think he means when you are in recovery mode use the wipe data/ factory reset mode before you flash your rom (although I normally do a full wipe) and if that does not work I think he is recommending to flash back to stock with odin then try again.If I have miss-understood his post then I am sorry
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after full wipe

update partition details
installing ..... miui_i9300 4.2.7....
checking for md5 file
skipping md5 check: no md5 file found
formatting system
installing system files...
create system links
set permission
updae boot image
e:unable to open zip file
error flashing zip
FAILED
13th February 2014, 05:21 PM |#9  
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thank you very much i dont know what i did now but it worked and just install miui 4.2.7
gapps was the problem i think that i was trying to install with miui
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I don't do specific as i expect users to have read the faqs and guides before messing with a phone .
yes wipe and go back to the very beginning solves many problems .
13th February 2014, 07:12 PM |#11  
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I don't do specific as i expect users to have read the faqs and guides before messing with a phone .
yes wipe and go back to the very beginning solves many problems .

I agree with you to a certain extent But unfortunately we live in the real world and "expecting" users to have read the faqs and guides does not happen in quite alot of cases and if they did the Q&A section would be very quiet place ( I have seen people ask questions when the answer was answered two or three posts behind .People do and will post simple questions long after we have left this wonderful forum without reading previous posts.

My point was that when people answer a question putting has much information as possible or posting links to help guides helps the person find a solution more quickly instead of endless "what do you mean" posts.

Anyway glad the op solved his problem

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