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re: Wicket rom issue
Originally Posted by this.user
I have had wicked installed on my phone for a while, but when i install wicked 7 it fails.
What happens is the installation goes fine, however, after I reboot, the system attempts to boot up, but never leaves the first screen, which says Samsung. After a 30seconds or so on that screen it restarts, and automatically goes into Recovery Mod. There when I hit Reboot, I get the warning
"Root access Possibly lost" and it gives me the option to Fix it, or not, I have tried both options, and neither have worked to resolve the issue. I have returned to an older version of Wicked, and it is working fine.
Can someone please help me?
I am almost sure that if you would ODIN flash TWRP v188.8.131.52
and CF-AUTO-ROOT it would solve the issues with your phone.
This method will NOT delete your games, apps or anything else on
your internal or external sdcard if you don't wipe or reset the phone.
Here is what needs to be done as well as the download links you might need:
This is for the T-Mobile Galaxy S4 SGH-M919 Only!
If your phone is NOT a Tmobile Samsung Galaxy S4 M919 then please ignore this post.
If you need official usb drivers to connect your phone to your computer, you can download here
This is official Samsung USB_Driver_for_Mobile_Phones_v184.108.40.206
The TWRP recovery & the CF-AUTO-ROOT below are specifically designed for the M919 Tmobile S4.
1 - Download the TWRP 220.127.116.11 tar file
. Do not extract the files. (This is a Odin compatible TAR file do not extract)
2 - Download Odin 3.07
and extract the files (unless you already have it)
3 - Download CF-Auto-Root
and extract the .tar file (unless you already have it)
(This is a Odin compatible TAR file do not extract)
4 - Double click the Odin3 v3.07 file to start Odin. Auto Reboot should be selected by default.
If not, select it and only select Auto Reboot
. Make sure re-partition is not selected
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