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With some of the ROMs we have already why aren't we using GOO Manager to keep them? We won't have to keep going to the thread looking for updates. Once they are made (updates) then you will get a notice that they are ready to install. Also you don't have to worry if this ROM is right for you Oconee since GOO will site you only the ones that are made for your phone. Great app, just wish darthstalker, dragonair, stainless, and other ROMs were on it.

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With some of the ROMs we have already why aren't we using GOO Manager to keep them? We won't have to keep going to the thread looking for updates. Once they are made (updates) then you will get a notice that they are ready to install. Also you don't have to worry if this ROM is right for you Oconee since GOO will site you only the ones that are made for your phone. Great app, just wish darthstalker, dragonair, stainless, and other ROMs were on it.

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The reason I don't use GooManager is that every time I tried to use it, it never worked. I'd try to install a recovery, and it would just not work. Don't know if it's the app itself, or their servers, but I could never get it to work.


Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-900T
Bought on Swappa, Blocked by T-Mobile
Given life again via Chainfire's RegionLock Away
ROM: Stock - Rooted and Xposed
Recovery: TWRP 2.x

Kindle Fire
ROM: Back to Stock
Recovery: TWRP 2.2.x

2006: Samsung A900
2007: Original iPhone
2010: Nokia N900
2010: Moto Cliq
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I see, well I downloaded it and installed twrp, rebooted into recovery, and made a backup. But I haven't tried to flash it though. Now I'm nervous about flashing ROMs. And flashing my backup.

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With some of the ROMs we have already why aren't we using GOO Manager to keep them? We won't have to keep going to the thread looking for updates. Once they are made (updates) then you will get a notice that they are ready to install. Also you don't have to worry if this ROM is right for you Oconee since GOO will site you only the ones that are made for your phone. Great app, just wish darthstalker, dragonair, stainless, and other ROMs were on it.

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Maybe there's a reason, but I too have wondered about that.

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I tried to use goo for the first two weeks in got my note 3 it was down all the time. So I never reinstalled it. I just used recovery tools app to do recovery and never looked at too again since it says no Roms found for my device
 
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I just got my GN3 on Monday so my pretty weary since it's my first Samsung device. I have twrp version 2.6.3.8 i think? Is it reliable, never had a phone that was supported by them. I used cwm but this phone is not supported by them just yet.

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