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Ok ok ok..... I installed the custom TWRP newest edition and I did a back up of the current system.... So that I could maybe go back to it later or something. I thought I had everything in the file so I put it on my SD card and booted into recovery like it tells you to do. So I did that, I backed everything up. It said I backed everything up!!! It said I backed it up!! But now I don't have the right thing of cynagenmod!!!! I'm freaking out!! I think I'm missing the boot, and my recovery is missing!!! Please someone help!! I'm scared as all get out and don't know what to do!!! PLEASE SOMEONE REPLY!!! Is it I need to flash the boot.img as a fast boot and then it will start but no it wont. Please I'm scared as all get out. Someone somewhere please help me OUT!!!!! IM FREAKING OUT!!! O MY GOD!!!! HELP!!!!!
First... take a deep breath an relax and don't do anything drastic, this is likely recoverable fairly simply... what do you mean your recovery is missing, you can no longer get to TWRP? Are you S-ON or S-OFF? Can you get to Hboot/Fastboot and do you have adb installed and working?
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OK I got everything settled after messing around in twrp it said there was no OS to boot to when I had put on CyanogenMod. So when I tried to install it I forgot to put everything back in it from extracting the boot.img. so it said it failed installation. After that I started to freak put because I tried backing up stock and it wasn't there in anything when I tried to go back, it didn't work... Sooo I set it up to a mount and put CyanogenMod back on with the boot.IMG -,,,,- I had forgot that, but I got it on after that, and all from a Mac when people say I couldn't I did it from a Mac and I got 10.2 installed sorry for posting that last night... I was absolutely freaking out!!!! I didn't know what to do... So as a noob I posted on the forum :c sorry for doing that.. I was just scared
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OK I got everything settled after messing around in twrp it said there was no OS to boot to when I had put on CyanogenMod. So when I tried to install it I forgot to put everything back in it from extracting the boot.img. so it said it failed installation. After that I started to freak put because I tried backing up stock and it wasn't there in anything when I tried to go back, it didn't work... Sooo I set it up to a mount and put CyanogenMod back on with the boot.IMG -,,,,- I had forgot that, but I got it on after that, and all from a Mac when people say I couldn't I did it from a Mac and I got 10.2 installed sorry for posting that last night... I was absolutely freaking out!!!! I didn't know what to do... So as a noob I posted on the forum :c sorry for doing that.. I was just scared
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OK, I am not exactly sure I know what you are saying, but glad its working.
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Sorry.... For not making any sense I just freaked out last night.. Posted on the forums like a noob I know, but after working for 2 hours I figured out how to get it on with a Mac to sorry I made no sense..

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Sorry.... For not making any sense I just freaked out last night.. Posted on the forums like a noob I know, but after working for 2 hours I figured out how to get it on with a Mac to sorry I made no sense..

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Its all good... I am assuming you are S-ON, the key to remember when S-ON is that recovery booted from the phone can't write the boot.img, even from a nandroid backup. If you use fastboot to BOOT recovery, then you can write to the boot partition (where boot.img goes). So the simple fix for your problem yesterday would have been copy TWRP's recovery.img into the fastboot directory, boot it from your PC/MAC via fastboot command, and then restore the nandroid, it should have come up on the next boot with no additional steps... or just go S-OFF now that it is simple and all of this stuff is irrelevant.
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Well I plan on going s-off today, if I can. I know you have to do it on windows, which I have small access to. So I should be able to do it. Then I should be s-off then use Scotty's remove tampered banner if possible

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