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Catalyste
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Hey guys,
I was running stock rooted 4.1.2 with cwm so far on my n8000. As it was running slow i decided to install omni today. I downloaded the unofficial nightly and tried to install it through cwm. It turned out my recovery was old so it failed halfway with a status 7 error. I managed to install a new recovery through Odin and installed omni and pa gapps without any further problem. However my complete internal memory has been wiped. I data wiped as usual from cwm but this has never happened to me before.
Hope you guys can help me out.

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Phone:Samsung Galaxy Y
Software number:2.3.6
ROM:Creeds Rom V3.5 with ICS Theme ans ICS look alike Task Manager
Kernel:Stock
Baseband versionS5360DXLF1
Build number:GINGERBREAD.DDLC3
 
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Hold power + volume down (next to power) and download mode should come up

From Odin you can flash twrp (search for it) or even the stock ROM if you search for Samsung firmwares <your model>

From there I would get twrp recovery, Factory reset then adb push the firmware and gapps files then install them. It might be easier to copy files to the ext-sd card.
 
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I have managed to boot omni and everything. My question was that wiping data formatted the complete internal memory including pictures etc. I want to know if they can be recovered. Thanks for your help

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Phone:Samsung Galaxy Y
Software number:2.3.6
ROM:Creeds Rom V3.5 with ICS Theme ans ICS look alike Task Manager
Kernel:Stock
Baseband versionS5360DXLF1
Build number:GINGERBREAD.DDLC3
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