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help!! my phone stuck

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12th January 2014, 06:38 PM   |  #11  
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I done what you said above but when I trying to choose USB OTG its not giving me to select that ..

was it plugged in when you went to recovery ?

is it a compatible flash drive ? have you ever used it ?
12th January 2014, 06:48 PM   |  #12  
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was it plugged in when you went to recovery ?

is it a compatible flash drive ? have you ever used it ?

the cable is working I sure 100%... there written USB-OTG (0MB)
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omg I am such noob hhhh I undersood what to do I will try it now..
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was it plugged in when you went to recovery ?

is it a compatible flash drive ? have you ever used it ?

when I trying to install the rom its writting that it failed and "error flashing zip"
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12th January 2014, 08:20 PM   |  #14  
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Go into mouet storage and just leave data ticked... Then get your rom zip u wont 2 flash and rename it just to rom....then place it into your fastboot folder...open up adb....and type ...adb push rom.zip /sdcard/

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when I trying to install the rom its writting that it failed and "error flashing zip"

did you md5 check the rom you put on the flash drive ?
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did you md5 check the rom you put on the flash drive ?

Allways do a md5 check before fashing any recovery, rom or kernel. Any minor bit error could give you massive problems.

Just google MD5 checker and down a program or your pc, or use the md5 checker app from app-store.
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