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Can't boot in recovery mode galaxy s duos gt-s7562

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By viktormusteata, Junior Member on 24th July 2014, 04:14 PM
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hello! I bought a galaxy s duos gt-s7562 from ebay with android 4.2.2, I tried to install cwm with this method

Step 1 :- Download ES File Explorer and Rooting kit and Extract it
Step 2 :- Install RootMaster1.0.7eng.apk and Press Root privileges to Root the Device temporary.
Step 3 :- Open ES File Explorer In Settings Under tools Enable "Root Explorer" that will give permission to re-write.
Step 4 :- In ES File Explorer in setting Under Local select " / Local " then open the folder "System" then "etc"
Step 5 :- Search for the file "" and rename it to "" This is done to avoid overwriting of stock recovery.
Step 6 :- Now Install "Flashfy.apk" and select "Flash Recovery" and browse to the extracted rooting kit and open CWM Recovery and select "recovery.img" it will flash and ask for reboot into CWM Recovery .
You can also install stock recovery this way too just choose the Stock recovery file
Step 7 :- In CWM Recovery select the option "Install Zip from SD card" and browse to the rooting kit and select "" that will install a permanent Superuser [Root]
Step 8 :- Uninstall Flashfy and Root Master [Optional]

and now I can't to go in recovery or downloadable mode. what I can do? thanks
24th July 2014, 04:31 PM |#2  
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Have you tried?
volume down + Power + home

Volume up = recovery mode
Volume down = odin mode or download mode..

If you can go in download mode... Flash cwm or stock recovery with Odin

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24th July 2014, 08:00 PM |#3  
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First of all
Galaxy S duos GT7562 is running on Android 4.0.4 coz i own this device..

Here is the simple rooting and CWM installing method

1) Search "Poot.apk" in google and install it
2) Open the app, it will prompt you to Playstore to download Ministro II, download,
3) After downloading Ministro II, go back and click on "Click here to root"
( it will root your device permanently and will install Superuser)
4) Reboot

For CWM,
1) download and install "Mobile Uncle Tool" from playstore or from anywhere
2) locate to "recovery.img" stored on your SD card, select it
3) It will install the recovery image file and your phone will reboot

I hope this will help you
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