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By HigherSensation, Senior Member on 11th October 2011, 07:05 PM
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Im having a problem when i try to format via Cwm i keep getting E:format_volume: rfs format failed on /dev/block/mmcblk0p2,also when i try to flash a rom it will get stuck on a bootloop...I can restore back to ARHD 3.6.1 and it will boot up and work fine but when i try to flash a new rom i always get the error message and get stuck can someone please help me...
 
 
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RUU back to stock and start again
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11th October 2011, 08:03 PM |#3  
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Anyone else with this problem?? Im on ARHD 3.6.1
11th October 2011, 08:04 PM |#4  
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if i RUU back to stock do i have to Re-root and super CID all over? And how do i go back to stock RUU im on a T-mobile usa sensation 4g..sorry im a newbie and thanks for the help
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if i RUU back to stock do i have to Re-root and super CID all over? And how do i go back to stock RUU im on a T-mobile usa sensation 4g..sorry im a newbie and thanks for the help

If you have done super CID already, then all you would need to do is run the RUU of your choice (WWE would do nicely), then re-flash the recovery, and then flash any ROM you want.
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If you have done super CID already, then all you would need to do is run the RUU of your choice (WWE would do nicely), then re-flash the recovery, and then flash any ROM you want.

if i ruu back i will still have s-off correct? and all ill need to do is flash recovery and SU
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Thanks for the help guys I Ruu back to stock and im still having the same problem any ideas?
12th October 2011, 08:42 AM |#8  
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fixed**
3. Open Rom Manager
4. Choose to Partition your sdcard, sdext 512, swap 0
5. Reinstall Recovery through Rom Manager
6. Reboot into Recovery
7. Wipe
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fixed**
3. Open Rom Manager
4. Choose to Partition your sdcard, sdext 512, swap 0
5. Reinstall Recovery through Rom Manager
6. Reboot into Recovery
7. Wipe

Hello, I am a noob. This looks useful. Could you perhaps explain it a little further..??
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oh man ... whho can help me on this.. im really newbie on androi phone.
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