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[Q] Help with 'status 7' errors on several roms. Currently running CM 10.2.0 stable

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20th June 2014, 05:19 AM   |  #1  
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So far I've tried installing the latest CyanogenMod 11, CarbonRom, and Paranoid Android with the same errors after each factory reset/dalvik wipes. Finally had to go back to CM 10.2.0 stable. Help!

Tried all the getprop/batch script edits, even tough they all list SGH-I727 compatible. I don't know what else to do.

Installing through CWMR Touch v5.5.0.4, with the .zips on the phone. Don't know anything about ODIN, sadly.

Radio: I727UCMC1
Kernel: 3.0.89-cyanogenmod-g53452f3
build01@cyanogenmod #1

I am running on T-Mobile, however, as I have switched carriers. Would this be an issue? I'm not so sure, since I am running 10.2 with minor issues.

Please & Thanks for your suggestions!
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20th June 2014, 06:10 AM   |  #2  
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no ones really going to help you unless you do some reading first, maybe you did but i dont think so since ur still on cwm v5.5.0.4 and you dont know anything about odin, odin is ur friend.
start here, its the sticky just above your post
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20th June 2014, 06:17 AM   |  #3  
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Alright, I'll investigate ODIN. I think I did use it to flash the CWM I have now, but I'll try and flash current to CWM 6.41.
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Alright, I'll investigate ODIN. I think I did use it to flash the CWM I have now, but I'll try and flash current to CWM 6.41.

You could flash the latest CWM from the current CWM you have. Try Philz CWM found here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2557024&page=7
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no ones really going to help you unless you do some reading first, maybe you did but i dont think so since ur still on cwm v5.5.0.4 and you dont know anything about odin, odin is ur friend.
start here, its the sticky just above your post

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You could flash the latest CWM from the current CWM you have. Try Philz CWM found here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...2557024&page=7

That's exactly what I did! Thank you--going through my initial boot with PA. WOW, it's been awhile.
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no ones really going to help you unless you do some reading first, maybe you did but i dont think so since ur still on cwm v5.5.0.4 and you dont know anything about odin, odin is ur friend.
start here, its the sticky just above your post

Great! Used your sticky to flash the new CWM through ODIN, currently installing the new Paranoid Android ROM.

You are awesome, vincom. Thanks for all your hard work/contributions!!
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