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Null rom flashing failed

16th August 2014, 05:16 AM |#11  
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If you can get to download mode, flash a stock android firmware using odin. Like this one.

Then start installing null rom from step 1.

Thanks alot sir.. It worked. I have installed NeatRom 4.4.4 in S3 and null23 in my gear. Now I am able to connect my phone to gear. But some of the apps are not working. (For eg:1. If i take a pic in my gear I am not able to transfer it to S3 using transfer option in gear, 2. Contacts are loading in gear). Is there any way to get these features back?

Once again a big thanks to xda-developers team.. You people are amazing.. Cheers!!
 
 
16th August 2014, 01:06 PM |#12  
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First of all thanks a lot for spending your valuable time to write this reply. Here my problem is my gear is not booting in. While installing null27, I erased my old kernel. Now while switching my gear on, the device is going to download mode. I can enable USB debugging only if my gear allows me to boot in.
If anyone knows to fix this issue please help me.

Yeah sorry I misunderstood you. Glad to hear you have that part sorted now though.
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