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Default please help! just got it tried rooting possibly bricked?!

I've owned 3 Samsung devices and never had an issue. I downloaded the cf auto root and tried flashing it as instructed through Odin 3. I had already installed twrp before all this. It wasn't rooting properly and now it won't boot and isn't recognized in Odin anymore and I can't get into twrp. Please help!
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Not being recognized... When I power it down it just keeps trying to boot bit won't go past the Samsung screen am I F'ed?!
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Not being recognized... When I power it down it just keeps trying to boot bit won't go past the Samsung screen am I F'ed?!
dont you still have TWRP installed?
Can you get in TWRP?

Try to hold power button until it turns off. Then turn it back on

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You can root using TWRP, I was able to root mine. I think thats in the advanced settings option
 
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I've owned 3 Samsung devices and never had an issue. I downloaded the cf auto root and tried flashing it as instructed through Odin 3. I had already installed twrp before all this. It wasn't rooting properly and now it won't boot and isn't recognized in Odin anymore and I can't get into twrp. Please help!
How did you install TWRP before you obtained root?
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How did you install TWRP before you obtained root?
Used the gooim app. I actually got it booted now. Left in the charger for a while and tried Odin avian and it surprisingly recognized it. And oddly enough... Now I'm rooted. But now I wanna know how to go back completely stock and wipe the flash count. Any advice?
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Used the gooim app. I actually got it booted now. Left in the charger for a while and tried Odin avian and it surprisingly recognized it. And oddly enough... Now I'm rooted. But now I wanna know how to go back completely stock and wipe the flash count. Any advice?
You can not remove the warranty bit 1 count.
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You can not remove the warranty bit 1 count.
You serious? So its warranty broken for good? You don't think anyone will ever find a way?
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Never had a samsung hold that count. Never seen warranty bit count either tho. Should have read up more. Dumb move. So is it possible to indoor for ota?
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You serious? So its warranty broken for good? You don't think anyone will ever find a way?
It has to do with a new security feature "Knox"
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It has to do with a new security feature "Knox"
Oh well. Wish I woulda known that. No one to blame but myself. Hope nothing happens to it.
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