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Just rooted my s4 using saferoot, got goomanager to install twrp recovery, installed, didn't do a reboot as it was prompted to (I think it was supposed to reboot anyhow) and said "Recovery has been installed" click the reboot recovery through goo, a couple gapps crash, and reboots into normal recovery, that says error and I'm able to boot my phone up still?
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Did you have goo manager reinstall twrp? If you use goo, there is no reboot required. Try again and report back.
Phones & Tablets: Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 8", Evo 4g LTE, Evo 3D, Acer Iconia A500, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Ipad 2, Nabi 2,


Rom: Rooted Stock Odexed, Hotspot Mod, Xposed, Wanum, several other xposed tweaks
Firmware: NAE
Kernel: Stock
TWRP: 2.7.1.0

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Did you have goo manager reinstall twrp? If you use goo, there is no reboot required. Try again and report back.
I just rooted and this would be my first time putting twrp on this phone, I rooted past phones but I used Odin so I'm used to flashing things and I was told by a friend who rooted the s4 that with my model (UEMK2) to do the saferoot route and get goo manager to install twrp, so I did that, I have root access I checked with root checker, and when I went to install twrp, it downloaded, said "recovery installed" and I went to check just to make sure by using goo manager's Reboot Recovery option, but instead I got Android normal recovery, it first said "no command" then it says "error" and then I get the normal options for android recovery, I can safely just boot out of it and start my phone though, should I try and flash twrp or?
 
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Yes, try to reflash twrp. I used safe root to reroot after running the MK2 stock tar last week and used goo manager to install twrp with no problems so it does work. Try again.
Phones & Tablets: Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 8", Evo 4g LTE, Evo 3D, Acer Iconia A500, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1, Ipad 2, Nabi 2,


Rom: Rooted Stock Odexed, Hotspot Mod, Xposed, Wanum, several other xposed tweaks
Firmware: NAE
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TWRP: 2.7.1.0

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Yes, try to reflash twrp. I used safe root to reroot after running the MK2 stock tar last week and used goo manager to install twrp with no problems so it does work. Try again.
Yeah I got it to work haha thank you so much!
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