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Default New S3 International - Error 7 while trying to flash first Cyanogen Rom

Heres what I have done so far

- Rooted Phone
- Flashed TWRP 2.3.3.0
- Downloaded latest nightly rom
- Factory Reset
- Install rom


It starts the install and then flashes up an error 7. I then have to do a restore to get the phone usable again. Did not see this error in forum and wondered if anyone knew anything about it?

Thanks in advance.
 
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Heres what I have done so far

- Rooted Phone
- Flashed TWRP 2.3.3.0
- Downloaded latest nightly rom
- Factory Reset
- Install rom


It starts the install and then flashes up an error 7. I then have to do a restore to get the phone usable again. Did not see this error in forum and wondered if anyone knew anything about it?

Thanks in advance.
not sure if it is connected to it, but did you try with Philz latest CWM based recovery? I heard that TWRP has problems with new Android versions.
Galaxy S III (I9300T)
Rooted - Radio: I9300TDUELL2 - PhilZ Touch Recovery - Kernel: Googy-Max
ROM: Slim Bean 4.3

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Stock ROM - Not Rooted (lets see how long )

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Hboot: Stock | Rooted & S-OFF
Rom: ICS Beta 0.15.0.1 | Radio: 5.17.05.23 | Kernel: Tiamat | Recovery: 4ExtRecovery Touch
 
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Heres what I have done so far

- Rooted Phone
- Flashed TWRP 2.3.3.0
- Downloaded latest nightly rom
- Factory Reset
- Install rom


It starts the install and then flashes up an error 7. I then have to do a restore to get the phone usable again. Did not see this error in forum and wondered if anyone knew anything about it?

Thanks in advance.
Use Philz latest CWM based recovery and Please follow the steps to install,

1. Wipe Factory Reset
2. Wipe Dalwic Cache
3. Install the ROM
4. Wipe Dalwic Cache
 
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Thanks for the info!

Is it fine just flashing a new recovery over the current one?
 
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Thanks for the info!

Is it fine just flashing a new recovery over the current one?
Yes it is go ahead.. Latest Phil's is having some problems... I would suggest 6.0.08 version of Phil's...

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If you update your TWRP install to the latest version, (2.6.3.1), you'll be able to flash CM11 with no problems.

Phone: Samsung SGS III International i9300
ROM: OmniROM Nightly
Firmware: 4.4.2
Baseband: BVUGNB2
Bootloader: XXELLA
Kernel: 3.0.101-CM Boeffla-Kernel-2.2-Omnirom-i9300-20140325@andip71 #1
O/C Level: 1600 MHz
Media Card: Samsung 64GB Class 10 MicroSDHC
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My issues are now resolved. I thought I would post for anyone else who finds themselves in this situation.

I used the Samsung Galaxy GS3 Toolkit to root my phone. The issue with this was that both options for recovery were out of date!

I flashed the latest clockwork mod and worked perfectly.



Thanks everyone that posted for your assistance!

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