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[Q] Help sprint galexy s4 stuck on sprint banner screen

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16th March 2014, 10:22 AM   |  #1  
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I was attempting to update my sprint galexy s4 running kitkat 4.4.2
To allow for free native tethering. I renamed the existing services.jar and
Services.odex files and replaced them with uupdated versions. Unfortunately,
I used the incorrect versions of those files, and now my phone won't boot up.
It now gets hung up on the sprint yellow banner screen. I should have used the NEC
version of the services file for kitkat. Unfortunately, I do not have any recovery apps loaded on my phone, and usb debugging is not enabled. Is there any way I can get my
Phone going again without losing my data? Can't I somehow rename the original
services files back by using unix or adb through my usb connection?

Your help would be much appreciated!
16th March 2014, 03:52 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by rd961

I was attempting to update my sprint galexy s4 running kitkat 4.4.2
To allow for free native tethering. I renamed the existing services.jar and
Services.odex files and replaced them with uupdated versions. Unfortunately,
I used the incorrect versions of those files, and now my phone won't boot up.
It now gets hung up on the sprint yellow banner screen. I should have used the NEC
version of the services file for kitkat. Unfortunately, I do not have any recovery apps loaded on my phone, and usb debugging is not enabled. Is there any way I can get my
Phone going again without losing my data? Can't I somehow rename the original
services files back by using unix or adb through my usb connection?

Your help would be much appreciated!

You will have to odin the stock NAE tar to fix your phone. Download it from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2663619

I recommend using odin 3.07 or newer. Booting into download mode won't require usb debugging to be enabled, but is the first thing you should do when ever activating a phone so you can get out of problems in the future. Next time, use the zip file to enable the hotspot, nothing but problems for people trying to swap the services.jar files manually.
17th March 2014, 07:00 AM   |  #3  
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You will have to odin the stock NAE tar to fix your phone. Download it from here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2663619

I recommend using odin 3.07 or newer. Booting into download mode won't require usb debugging to be enabled, but is the first thing you should do when ever activating a phone so you can get out of problems in the future. Next time, use the zip file to enable the hotspot, nothing but problems for people trying to swap the services.jar files manually.


Thanks for the help! It worked perfectly.
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