Dude i had a similar problem a while back switching from TWRP to CWM. Somehow I corrupted my Dalvik partition. I couldn't even get back to recovery.
So I went here
. Followed the instructions and completely went back to stock.
Quick Note that I don't see mentioned enough, YOU WILL LOSE YOUR APPS AND SETTINGS, (hopefully thy're all backed up with Titanium), BUT YOU WILL NOT
LOSE YOUR STUFF ON YOUR INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL SD CARDS. The first time I went back to Stock I was scared s***less because I thought I was losing all my pics.
When I booted up the first time, I got the "repairing" Android Icon, it rebooted and I was back in business.
Then I had previously grabbed the TWRP odin flashable 22.214.171.124. tar file from over here
. I got 126.96.36.199 because I planned to flash a 4.2.2 ROM after all is said and done. I flashed that with Odin from Download Mode.
I didn't even bother logging into Google on the stock 4.1.2 ( I just can't go back TouchWiz after Cyanogenmod). I just rebooted right into TWRP 188.8.131.52 manually with Volume up and Power button.
From there I factory wiped everything, then superwiped and cachewiped ( both can be found http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2235141
), just to be on the paranoid side.
And finally I flashed Cl3Kener's latest 4.2.2 version of his BlackLiquid
and his latest 4.2.2 stable Uber Kernel
. I personally think this is the most stable, and as close to perfect ROM thats going to come out for this phone. Of course that is just my opinion after my own experiences with 4.3, 4.3.1, and 4.4.
This is a completely streamlined version of the complete cluster f** I did researching, trial and error, and starting over, while I was in the middle of actually doing it. One last tip I can give, is to get all the files you think you might possibly need and put then on your external SD if you got it, or internal SD. Its a real pain stopping and starting cause your missing a zip you forgot.
Hope this helps
Huge thanks to the Developers threads I Linked to.