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20th October 2012, 07:51 PM   |  #1  
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hello, i have a problem with my galaxy gio...
it is 2.2.1 and i wanted to upgradeit to a newer version.
first i tried to use the stock recovery mode (the one without many options) and so i tryed to install the clockwork recovery.
i forgot to do the root in the first place, so i have done it using superoneclick- the phone is now rooted and superuser is working great!
the only problem is that now every time i try to enter recovery mode it is stuck on the samsung logo.. and then i turn off and on to normal mode...

anybody can help me maybe restore the stock recovery?? or have a different solution??

thank's in advance! veryy much!!
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21st October 2012, 03:54 AM   |  #2  
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solved )) if anyone meets this problem or a similar one tell me
21st October 2012, 10:55 AM   |  #3  
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solved )) if anyone meets this problem or a similar one tell me

Why don't you just tell us right now, so we won't need to look for you and wait if you are online and stuff.
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Dont install CWM on Froyo..
Thats is the problem,2.2.1 is froyo..


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CWM isn't compatible with Froyo... You must upgrade to Ginger to use CWM. But ginger is hard to root with Super one click... So you must flash it!
23rd October 2012, 07:26 PM   |  #6  
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Flash stock 2.3.6 with Odin, then flash cwm with Odin directly afterwards.

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24th October 2012, 02:17 PM   |  #7  
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thank you all for tips, i understood why it happened, and solved it by flashing the stock 2.3.6 using odin and then stock recovery apeared and working then i could do everything bec i got the recovery mode back to work!.
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Originally Posted by dxdiadora

hello, i have a problem with my galaxy gio...
it is 2.2.1 and i wanted to upgradeit to a newer version.
first i tried to use the stock recovery mode (the one without many options) and so i tryed to install the clockwork recovery.
i forgot to do the root in the first place, so i have done it using superoneclick- the phone is now rooted and superuser is working great!
the only problem is that now every time i try to enter recovery mode it is stuck on the samsung logo.. and then i turn off and on to normal mode...

anybody can help me maybe restore the stock recovery?? or have a different solution??

thank's in advance! veryy much!!

Same thing happened to me after i updated super user, it said 'super user signing error' when i accessed CWR from the os, and when i tried to boot it went straight to the OS (cm 7.2) - i fixed it by throwing out the battery for 5 minutes and re installing cm 7.2.

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