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[HELP] Help! Rooted Galaxy S4 GPE Only Boots to CWM and Won't go to ROM.

OP SolarTrans

20th February 2014, 05:31 AM   |  #1  
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I Got a GS4 GPE today, and after updating to 4.4.2 I went right to rooting it. I unlocked the bootloader, fastbooted CWM 6.0.4.4, and adb sideloaded SuperSU 1.93. I booted up and it was all working great! But the CWM recovery didn't stick from the fastboot, so I downloaded the manager to install it that way. After doing that, I now can only boot to CWM recovery (I can get to Android Default recovery and the bootloader, but no matter where I try to reboot from it keeps taking me to CWM. I'm guessing part of my stock ROM is corrupted? If anyone has any ideas I'd appreciate it greatly... I wiped dalvik and did a factory reset from within CWM, but it didn't help. Does anyone have a stock (maybe rooted) ROM that I could install in case this is actually corrupted? Thanks!
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