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By cn€_6310210, Junior Member on 5th January 2015, 06:52 AM
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Hi guys I just wannted to share my expierence with my Galaxy Tab 3. From 4.1.2 to 4.4.2 I encoutered many problems and created solutions to fix them. And here are some.

The first thing that I had a problem with was when I unrooted and left busybox installed. When I did a factory data reset, the device became so laggy and almost unusable. I I could not root my device for some reason. To fix this, just simply reflash the stock room using odin. After I fixed this, I upgraded to Kit-kat and looked for a custom recovery to install. I went for clockwormod and found my self getting stuck in a cwm bootloop. To fix this, download the latest version of TWRP and install via odin. I strongly recomend to use TWRP as it does not go into a recovery bootloop unlike CWM. Now for Xposed I noticed that the boot up is way slower then before. A simple install of the module boot manager can help.
That's it. I hope I can help some new users with problems on the galaxt tab 3. If you have any other problems, just let me know and I'll do my best to help.

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18th March 2015, 01:10 PM |#2  
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I flashed TWRP and got a recovery boot loop.
hen I flashed Clockwork, which didn't loop.

So, use most recent one which resets the switch for booting into recovery! Doesn't matter for this problem which one, as long as it is the lastest loader.
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