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Galaxy Young Duos [S6312] [S6310] CWM recovery [AVAILABLE]

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21st June 2013, 10:09 PM   |  #31  
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****[Galaxy Young Duos GT-S6312]**** Working CWM
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Hello Androsamace,

i have installed the "working CWM", but when i enter the CWM-Recovery and want to leave it with "reboot system",
it always jumps into the CWM recovery and no longer loads the JB 4.1.2. I think there is a bug which leads to this "CWM Recovery loop".
Another user already posted it in the original thread, but i am not yet allowed to reply there because i am too new to XDA.
The only working way to get JB 4.1.2 loaded again is to install a "stock-recovery.tar.md5" like file via Odin, then the system
boots up normally again. I have extracted the recovery.img file from an Odin complete software package for XXAMBG and
created a "stock-recovery.tar.md5" file using the program "recovery-img2tar-odin-maker". Flashing this file with Odin
succeeded in the normal boot-up procedure again.
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23rd June 2013, 02:36 PM   |  #32  
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Hello Androsamace,

i have installed the "working CWM", but when i enter the CWM-Recovery and want to leave it with "reboot system",
it always jumps into the CWM recovery and no longer loads the JB 4.1.2. I think there is a bug which leads to this "CWM Recovery loop".
Another user already posted it in the original thread, but i am not yet allowed to reply there because i am too new to XDA.
The only working way to get JB 4.1.2 loaded again is to install a "stock-recovery.tar.md5" like file via Odin, then the system
boots up normally again. I have extracted the recovery.img file from an Odin complete software package for XXAMBG and
created a "stock-recovery.tar.md5" file using the program "recovery-img2tar-odin-maker". Flashing this file with Odin
succeeded in the normal boot-up procedure again.

Is that a proper solution and a proper manual (for that Reboot issue)?
23rd June 2013, 04:15 PM   |  #33  
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Originally Posted by rootsp80

Hello Androsamace,

i have installed the "working CWM", but when i enter the CWM-Recovery and want to leave it with "reboot system",
it always jumps into the CWM recovery and no longer loads the JB 4.1.2. I think there is a bug which leads to this "CWM Recovery loop".
Another user already posted it in the original thread, but i am not yet allowed to reply there because i am too new to XDA.
The only working way to get JB 4.1.2 loaded again is to install a "stock-recovery.tar.md5" like file via Odin, then the system
boots up normally again. I have extracted the recovery.img file from an Odin complete software package for XXAMBG and
created a "stock-recovery.tar.md5" file using the program "recovery-img2tar-odin-maker". Flashing this file with Odin
succeeded in the normal boot-up procedure again.

Thanks for your patients...... and

Don't use following command:
Code:
reboot recovery
it will stuck at recovery!!

you should use just reboot...
Code:
reboot
attach the stock recovery here, for other users also.......
if you tested and found ok....

Thank you..
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23rd June 2013, 09:14 PM   |  #34  
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where do I get the latest ZIP-File?
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where do I get the latest ZIP-File?

Restore your nandroid backup,
Or flash once the stock one...

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Restore your nandroid backup,
Or flash once the stock one...

The weird is. I installed Framaroot and it said, that I got root rights. Some Apps already worked (which need root rights), but the phone crashed always after a while.
No I did the full root (after you instr.), but the phone says, that I don't have root rights anymore.
I also tried the backup (in CWM), but this also failed on (I don't remember exactly, but something with "...system...".

Any Idea?
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The weird is. I installed Framaroot and it said, that I got root rights. Some Apps already worked (which need root rights), but the phone crashed always after a while.
No I did the full root (after you instr.), but the phone says, that I don't have root rights anymore.
I also tried the backup (in CWM), but this also failed on (I don't remember exactly, but something with "...system...".

Any Idea?

Do factory reset in cwm and check, if problem is still same!
Then...
Better to take a fresh start...
Flash stock rom... and follow instr...

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23rd June 2013, 10:27 PM   |  #38  
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before installing the CWM, pls update the ''binary'' of superSU / superuser after rooting.
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Originally Posted by androsamace

Thanks for your patients...... and

Don't use following command:

Code:
reboot recovery
it will stuck at recovery!!

you should use just reboot...
Code:
reboot
attach the stock recovery here, for other users also.......
if you tested and found ok....

Thank you..

Hello,

i didn't use the command "reboot recovery" in the CWM recovery as you mentioned above .
I used the command "reboot system now" but the phone always jumps into the CWM recovery again.
That's only for rectification, because i didn't menton anything like "reboot recovery" in my post.

Thanks for your support, Androsamace.
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Originally Posted by rootsp80

Hello Androsamace,

i have installed the "working CWM", but when i enter the CWM-Recovery and want to leave it with "reboot system",
it always jumps into the CWM recovery and no longer loads the JB 4.1.2. I think there is a bug which leads to this "CWM Recovery loop".
Another user already posted it in the original thread, but i am not yet allowed to reply there because i am too new to XDA.
The only working way to get JB 4.1.2 loaded again is to install a "stock-recovery.tar.md5" like file via Odin, then the system
boots up normally again. I have extracted the recovery.img file from an Odin complete software package for XXAMBG and
created a "stock-recovery.tar.md5" file using the program "recovery-img2tar-odin-maker". Flashing this file with Odin
succeeded in the normal boot-up procedure again.

would u plz share the stock recovery package u made that can be flashed using odin... im badly in need of it as i dont have the complete odin package ..

thanks

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