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[Q] How do I sideload a rom on an older verison of CWM?

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19th May 2014, 03:59 AM   |  #1  
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So I happened to do the standard wipe data/cache/dalvik, and tried flashing a 4.4.2 rom. However, I realized that I had an older version of CWM installed, and have no older roms or backups on the device. I am having trouble connecting to the device via adb (I have the Samsung drivers installed, google would not install). How can I go about putting on an older rom to install or flash to stock? I'm really stuck.
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Originally Posted by nirajpant7

So I happened to do the standard wipe data/cache/dalvik, and tried flashing a 4.4.2 rom. However, I realized that I had an older version of CWM installed, and have no older roms or backups on the device. I am having trouble connecting to the device via adb (I have the Samsung drivers installed, google would not install). How can I go about putting on an older rom to install or flash to stock? I'm really stuck.

If your recovery supports Mounting USB Storage the do this:
1) Boot to Recovery
2) Connect to PC
3) Mount USB Storage
4) At this point you should see a your SD card. Copy a newer recovery or a proper ROM and flash it
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