[Q] Unroot or ReRoot? Stuck
This is my first post and I am new to android rooting.
I have gotten my s4 into a jam in which I am stuck in Liquidsmooth with no access to the app store, no space, and perhaps most all of my contacts and everything wiped.
The problem started when I decided to take my phone which was rooted but had no ROMs yet and to back it up. I went into CWM recovery to backup and it failed because I did not have enough space. (probably from having a number of other backups). Anyways, I tried rebooting the phone and it failed due to the fact it probably tried to reboot the failed backup I had just performed? So then I tried to tackle the dilemma by installing TWRP instead because I figured it would get rid of CWM files that were taking up the space. I also flashed Liquidsmooth through Goomanager as well. When I tried to install LiquidSmooth and GApps in TWRP it failed again because I still did not have enough space or something. It just kept saying setupwizard and GApps were failing to initalize. However, when I install LiquidSmooth by itself it boots fine but with none of my contacts or previous apps (TI backup, Goo, TWRP, anything, etc...). Somewhere along the line I did a factory reset and format data in TWRP thinking it would free up space. It did not. I also notice that when I install LiquidSmooth in TWRP it says it cannot locate the MD5 file but continues with the install.
So now I am stuck with Liquidsmooth with no apps and no way to access apps w/o the Play Store as far as I know, with no contacts or anything. I have no idea what to do. Should I unroot or reroot my phone? If so, how?