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[Q] Custom Recovery Problems

26th June 2014, 02:42 AM   |  #11  
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I did that but I am still not able to boot into the stock recovery, it just keeps getting stuck in the loop.

Check the NB1 ODIN thread and see if there's a link to just the recovery. If not you'll have to extract and flash it from the full tar with heimdall or package it in a zip or use an app or something.
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26th June 2014, 02:57 AM   |  #12  
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Check the NB1 ODIN thread and see if there's a link to just the recovery. If not you'll have to extract and flash it from the full tar with heimdall or package it in a zip or use an app or something.

When searching the forums I found this post http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=52167761. It seems like the correct stock recovery. So I just download this, go into Odin, put my phone into download mode, then what? I've never used odin before but I assume that I would need to point it to the file but not exactly sure under which slot or which options to be checked.
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When searching the forums I found this post http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=52167761. It seems like the correct stock recovery. So I just download this, go into Odin, put my phone into download mode, then what? I've never used odin before but I assume that I would need to point it to the file but not exactly sure under which slot or which options to be checked.

Never flashed it before, but the op says to put it in the PDA slot. Just have auto robot and f.rest checked. Do not have partition checked

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Thanks everyone. My stock recovery is up and running again and I also now have safestrap as well. That stock recovery file worked just fine, I just had to put it under AP for odin 3.09.
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