Originally Posted by bobot420
Have you ever used the program ODIN? If you already have the driver installed into your computer ODIN should be able to bring it back. Install Odin and find the your Operating system files for your phone. Im sure theres a video or forum for it. Google it.
Pro tip: Before giving people advice, make sure you know what you're talking about yourself.
Originally Posted by mrdead72
i flashed rooted my phone come to find out the root was bad it turned my wifi off after everytime i turn it on well i reflashed it useing the stock with root and it still willl not boot into the recovery it just goes into the android e3 recovery any help would be awesome
Of course you don't have CWM Recovery; you flashed a stock kernel. Having root and having CWM are not the same thing.
Relax, you didn't do anything wrong; you're just not finished yet.
What you need to do now is download Mobile Odin from the market, and use it to flash either Entropy's Daily Driver
. Either one includes CWM Recovery.
Phone: AT&T Galaxy S4 (SGH-I337)
Firmware: Stock Rooted (waiting for bootloader unlock)
Launcher: Nova Prime
Previous phones: Samsung E317, Motorola KRZR K1, Sony Ericsson w580i, Samsung Sync (SGH-A707), Sony Ericsson F305, Blackberry Bold 9700, Blackberry Torch 9800, AT&T Galaxy SII (SGH-I777)
So say we all.