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hey guys im having a problem
i followed instruction for installing CM so i installed the custom CWM with kitkat support
and wiped data and cache and everything but then i forgot to add the files so i rebooted
so after i rebooted normally and connected my phone to copy files
and this is what i have
http://imageshack.com/a/img189/543/psvk.jpg
i tried full format to the internal storage but still the same
i open settings>storage and i see
total space 8 GB
apps : 246 MB
miscellaneous files : 7.76 GB
i open it and it wont open
plz help
any solution
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hey guys im having a problem
i followed instruction for installing CM so i installed the custom CWM with kitkat support
and wiped data and cache and everything but then i forgot to add the files so i rebooted
so after i rebooted normally and connected my phone to copy files
and this is what i have
http://imageshack.com/a/img189/543/psvk.jpg
i tried full format to the internal storage but still the same
i open settings>storage and i see
total space 8 GB
apps : 246 MB
miscellaneous files : 7.76 GB
i open it and it wont open
plz help
any solution
Simplest way would be flash stock via odin, take backup, and install whatever you would want to.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ght=stock+odin

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Simplest way would be flash stock via odin, take backup, and install whatever you would want to.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ght=stock+odin

Always, always remember to take nandroid backups, when moving to a ROM less than a day old.
flashing through odin now
and i take backup normally ofc and i keep it in my external SD so if anything happened to the internal storage
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Nope.

Din't try the CWM, I use TWRP, and default option of factory reset does not wipe the internal memory.
Not sure why it would be different in CWM.
 
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Its impossible that data wiped, their must be wrong when you installing.

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