. It did not show the CyanogenMod logo after that. Instead, it rebooted BACK into CWM. Once again, I rebooted the device. and same thing happened
. And don't say "Well, plug your SD card into your computer and install the previous ROM you had on it." Cause I can't. My tablet supports SD Cards, but the SD Card won't stay in. And don't say "Plug in your tablet to your computer, and use Odin to reinstall the other ROM you had" Cause my computer for ,some stupid reason, doesn't recognize it. And if possible, can someone tell me how to turn it off? Cause if I try to turn it off, it just turns back on, and it's overheating.
So I've just installed CM 11 (CyanogenMod) on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 (GT-P5113). I was running CM 10.2 and it notified me that there was an update available. And it was CM 11. So I installed it and went to CWM recovery and installed it. But, the installment failed, it said "Status 7". So I just rebooted the tablet, and decided to just not update it. But that's where the problem begins. The "Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1" logo shows up and that's where my heart stopped beating