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I rooted my phone and then tried getting wifi tehter to work and when I rebooted after changing the services files it will only load to the Sprint yellow screen and stays there. What can I do? Please help.

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Sounds like you did the wrong files. If you're on NAE you have to use the NAE hotspot mod. And then it depends if you are odex or deodexed. What exact hotspot files did you use and what android version are you running.

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Sounds like you did the wrong files. If you're on NAE you have to use the NAE hotspot mod. And then it depends if you are odex or deodexed. What exact hotspot files did you use and what android version are you running.

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I rooted my phone with Odin I am odex. I was running 4.4

It had me install services and services.odex files.


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I would advise you to Odin NAE tar since you said you are on 4.4 which is NAE. It will bring you back to a unroofed state and should get you back up and running. This won't delete any data so you shouldn't worry about that. Since you used Odin to root, you should be able to Odin.the NAE tar.

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2663619
The nae tar is located here in the first post.

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I would advise you to Odin NAE tar since you said you are on 4.4 which is NAE. It will bring you back to a unroofed state and should get you back up and running. This won't delete any data so you shouldn't worry about that. Since you used Odin to root, you should be able to Odin.the NAE tar.

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---------- Post added at 04:20 PM ---------- Previous post was at 04:19 PM ----------

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2663619
The nae tar is located here in the first post.

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I am sorry what does that mean? NAE?
 
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Its the software version, it refers to the day the build was made. Ecample: N= 14th letter of the alphabet, so 2014. M is the 13th letter so 2013.

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