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Np. Google search it. It's under the Verizon GS4 threads. I tested it out on my m919 and it works. Also check out Safestrap (3.71) for the recovery.

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Ok, I'm a little confused on the safestrap.

Can you shoot me a link of the thread you used, please sir?
 
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Safestrap: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2441441

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Saferoot: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2565758

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Safestrap: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2441441

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Running into a problem. Flashed a Google edition rom, mistakenly on the Stock rom Partition of the device. Phone didn't boot, stupidly forgot to make a nandroid.

Computer can't find the device in ADB and Mount USB storage isn't working in recovery. I can get to stock recovery and push the ROM but it's not accepting the update file.

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You can try flashing the stock odin image that is not rooted.

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You can try flashing the stock odin image that is not rooted.

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Where can I find that?

Sorry, I ****ed up and he's getting pretty worried - and rightly so.
 
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Have you tried just doing a factory reset and rebooting it?
Here is the link: https://www.copy.com/s/hzfaqBpWhinn/...MBEMK2_TMB.zip

I am not a hundred percent sure that this will keep the knox at 0, and I do not hold responsibility for anything you do to your or anybody else's electronic device.

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Have you tried just doing a factory reset and rebooting it?
Here is the link: https://www.copy.com/s/hzfaqBpWhinn/...MBEMK2_TMB.zip

I am not a hundred percent sure that this will keep the knox at 0, and I do not hold responsibility for anything you do to your or anybody else's electronic device.
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Have you tried just doing a factory reset and rebooting it?
Here is the link: https://www.copy.com/s/hzfaqBpWhinn/...MBEMK2_TMB.zip

I am not a hundred percent sure that this will keep the knox at 0, and I do not hold responsibility for anything you do to your or anybody else's electronic device.

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Have you tried just doing a factory reset and rebooting it?
Here is the link: https://www.copy.com/s/hzfaqBpWhinn/...MBEMK2_TMB.zip

I am not a hundred percent sure that this will keep the knox at 0, and I do not hold responsibility for anything you do to your or anybody else's electronic device.

That's fine. I can get ADB to work in stock recovery but it aways aborts installation after signature verification.

Trying the zip you linked just now.
 
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Ok, got it back to stock.

Whew.

Now to try it all again with out screwing it up.

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