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re: Wicked 7 rom
Originally Posted by mrcoffeebean
Hi guys! I'm in quite a confusing pickle.
T-mobile Galaxy S4 M919
Internal Storage Total Space
SD Card Total Space
Kernal Version 3.4.0-453951 se.infra@SEP-133 #1
Build Number M919UVUAMDL
I'm running a T-mobile Galaxy s4 m919 (Unlocked& Rooted)
trying to flash Wicked Rom7 from http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2265998
following THIS guys video- which seems to be outdated.
Steps I have taken-
Reboot. wips cache, data, davlick cache (NOT internal memory or SD card)
install from Zip. select Wicked zip. (on SD Card)
poof! aroma installer shows up. Agree to terms, select what i want (goodies!)
install--says fun things like Hacking Phone! Installing the Evil!
install is finished. Reboot phone.
on reboot, it kicks me back into recovery manager! i can restore, exactly back to how the phone was (both in twrp and recovery manager.)
my question is.. how Do i get Wicked to work? very confusing.
(note! i backed up first with rom manager, then TWRP-phone complains about memory!)
Forget about rom manager, if I were you I would uninstall it before doing anything... It's not needed at all.
All that's needed is TWRP recovery.
#1: Reboot the phone into twrp recovery
#2: Restore a nandroid backup which works properly in twrp recovery
#3: Be sure Wicked v7 rom is copied to your internal sdcard
#4: Wipe System, Wipe Cache, Wipe Dalvik Cache, Wipe Data and do a Factory Reset in twrp recovery.
#5: Start flashing Wicked v7 in twrp recovery
#6: In the AROMA installer be sure to select something on every single screen menu (do not just click "next")
#7: When it's done flashing the rom select "Reboot" and it should start loading the Wicked 7 rom
#8: Have a lot of patience during the first boot, it can take up to 5 minutes or so for the first boot.
#9: After the phone is fully booted before you do anything else reboot it one more time using power button selecting reboot.
There you have it, flashing this way always works. (don't forget the factory reset in twrp)
Have a great day, enjoy!
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