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Hey guys. I just rooted my phone and I installed TWRP and I went to recovery and it said "Unauthorized System" or something like that. I realized that I didn't unlock the bootloader. But how do I put the stock recovery on my phone?

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Hey guys. I just rooted my phone and I installed TWRP and I went to recovery and it said "Unauthorized System" or something like that. I realized that I didn't unlock the bootloader. But how do I put the stock recovery on my phone?

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If on 4.3 update you can't at this time. Your bricked. If on 4.1.2 need to Odin the 4.1.2 tar and start over.
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If on 4.3 update you can't at this time. Your bricked. If on 4.1.2 need to Odin the 4.1.2 tar and start over.
Well luckily I just flashed the recovery and not the whole system. So its just the recovery that's messed up

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Well luckily I just flashed the recovery and not the whole system. So its just the recovery that's messed up

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Yea. No way to fix until there is an Odin image or some one makes an Odin flashable stock recovery image.
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Yea. No way to fix until there is an Odin image or some one makes an Odin flashable stock recovery image.
Thanks bro. That's all the info I need.

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Thanks bro. That's all the info I need.

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Yea. Lucky you didn't try to downgrade back or unlock. Would have full brick. At least have a phone for now. You are better off than a lot of them on here.
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