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Default SOLVED recovery is not seandroid enforcing set warrenty bit : recovery --> loop

after I had succesfully rooted my phone, I wanted to install a custom rom.
I am sure I did something wrong ofcource otherwise I wouldn't be here.

#1 Battery in
#2 power on
#3 vibrate
#4 screen on RECOVERY BOOTING
Recovery is NOT SEANDROID ENFORCING
Set Warrenty Bit : recovery

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GALAXY Note3
SM-N9005

#5 screen off--> reboot -->goto #3

how to brake in the loop so I can use odin ( or whatever ) to install (at least) a normal boot again?
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Which custom recovery did you flashed Twrp or Cwm?

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after I had succesfully rooted my phone, I wanted to install a custom rom.
I am sure I did something wrong ofcource otherwise I wouldn't be here.

#1 Battery in
#2 power on
#3 vibrate
#4 screen on RECOVERY BOOTING
Recovery is NOT SEANDROID ENFORCING
Set Warrenty Bit : recovery

Samsung
GALAXY Note3
SM-N9005

#5 screen off--> reboot -->goto #3

how to brake in the loop so I can use odin ( or whatever ) to install (at least) a normal boot again?

You installed a 4.3 recovery on a 4.4 phone.

Most likely you downloaded the TWRP on the main page and did not download the latest 4.4 compatible one.

Please flash this in Download Mode: http://techerrata.com/bigbiff/hlte-recovery.img.tar

To get into Download Mode, remove the battery, wait a few minutes then put it back, Hold the Download Mode Combination then it would boot directly into Download Mode.
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Root/TWRP/Kernel/ROM/Downgradable and KNOX 0x0 on N900W8? My guide.

Phone: Note 3 - Rogers SM-N900W8
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Thumbs up hey nicho, thank you very much

so that was the trick. REMOVE THE BATTERY --> PRESS THE DOWNLOAD KEYS AND HOLD THEM --> THEN ENTER THE BATTERY BACK.
it costed me the whole day yesterday searching for a solution.
at least now I can continue to install a new rom

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Thumbs up TWRP

during twrp it told me, there was a newer one. 2.x.x.9
so stupid me, if I had sticked to the plan, nothing would happend.
I used twrp b4 some days ago, for my samsung note 10.1 (2014) without trubbles,
I guess, I overread something

but I'm happy it is all fixed now.
thx for show ur interest

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You installed a 4.3 recovery on a 4.4 phone.

Most likely you downloaded the TWRP on the main page and did not download the latest 4.4 compatible one.

Please flash this in Download Mode: techerrata.com/bigbiff/hlte-recovery.img.tar

To get into Download Mode, remove the battery, wait a few minutes then put it back, Hold the Download Mode Combination then it would boot directly into Download Mode.
this solved my recovery problem, i clicked thank you!!!
 
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You installed a 4.3 recovery on a 4.4 phone.

Most likely you downloaded the TWRP on the main page and did not download the latest 4.4 compatible one.

Please flash this in Download Mode: http://techerrata.com/bigbiff/hlte-recovery.img.tar

To get into Download Mode, remove the battery, wait a few minutes then put it back, Hold the Download Mode Combination then it would boot directly into Download Mode.
You just saved my phone i readed so much almost one week 12hours without stop before i try custom recovery,rom and so on.

But well since i decided that im ready to, and first thing i tried to do was custom recovery wich leaded to this problam Now im afraid to enter revovery mode xD
Galaxy Note 3: SM-N9005 with 3G & LTE connectivity
Knox: 0x1
Root: CF-Auto-Root
Recovery: TWRP 2.7
Kernel: Kernel Sapec 2.1 TW_KK
ROM: X-NOTE build 15.0
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Thumbs up Worked for me

Thank you.
remove the battery then press download buttons keep them pressed and put the battery back. choose volume down to continue....
 
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Exclamation Solution To Loop SM-N900P

I am new to XDA and have only been with android for 6 months but i figure this will help new comers to this issue. Power+Volume Down+Home at the same time to enter download mode. Flash CWM via ODIN. This should work to fix the loop. I found out the hard way but it only took me an hour. I am not sure if this will work if you have not already rooted your phone but it should (since this is the major step in rooting). I believe i deleted my CWM file (accidentally) when i was trying to clear space for my recovery with ROM Manager. Be sure to download the Samsung drivers if you had not already done so during the rooting process.

Hope this helps.

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