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Donny Orbit
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Default PACMAN Help

Hello,

I'm new to rooting and I softbricked my phone last night. After reading Docs thread on the t-mobile sgh-t999l I was able to restore it to the factory settings.

I am currently running jellybean 4.3. My phone is rooted and I downloaded a CWM custom and flashed it through ODIN (computer).

When I try and install any custom roms through boot recovery I get a status 7 error code. Ive tried everything that Ive read in the other threads as far as readjusting the scripts etc.

Device info:

Baseband Version
T999LUVUBMK4

Kernel
3.031-210647

The phone itself is a T-Mobile refurbish but it might have been a sprint buy back.

When I opened the scripts for the PACMAN installer my UVUBMK wasnt even listed, so I'm not sure whether that is even an issue.

Any help is appreciated.

This seems like an awesome forum and I appreciate everyones input.

Donny
 
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Can i just add my baseband, T999LUVUBMK4, into the script?

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Flash the latest recovery 😎

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Sorry for not fully understanding....

What recovery?

I've got the latest nightly of the PAC rom. I updated my CWM to the latest version as well.

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So I reset my phone at stock, ran superuser and disabled knox.

Flashed the latest TWRP and tried to reflash the zip.

It hangs on the asserts.

If I try and flash the file with the asserts deleted it wont work either.

Any help?

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