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Default TWRP not flashing via Goo..

Tried to flash TWRP, its not flashing. Not paying attention, i tried to flash a rom, which errored and then now im stock with stock 4.1.2.

Reinstalled Goo, and it won't flash TWRP, nor will it boot in to recovery.

I'm going to try 2.7 via ADP. Anything i should be aware of, or should i be good to go?
 
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That didn't work either. When i try to boot in to recovery, the phone just vibrates every few seconds and wont boot into recovery.

Getting worn out with this. Grr.
 
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Idk if u done this but on goo manager I think u gotta change download path from LEGACY to 0. Then re-download and flash

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Idk if u done this but on goo manager I think u gotta change download path from LEGACY to 0. Then re-download and flash

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My path shows as /storage/sdcard0/goomanager/

I'm assuming sdcard0 is what you speak of?

I tried flashing TWRP via ODIN now, as well as ADB.. and Still get the same result.

When i hold down VOL+, home, pwr, i get the "BOOTING IN TO RECOVERY..", but then it goes black and just keeps vibrating every few seconds.

WTF.
 
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Finally got in to recovery.. Release pwr button after first vibrate.. BUT, its not TWRP. it's stock recovery.

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Mines storage/emulated/0/goomanager... Does it flash completely on Odin. I actually never done it on odin. Ived used casual root. Then just use goo manager to update it

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Mines storage/emulated/0/goomanager... Does it flash completely on Odin. I actually never done it on odin. Ived used casual root. Then just use goo manager to update it

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It passes and completes. But isnt loading when i attempt to boot in to recovery.

I cant even flash root in stock recovery. I get signature verification error.

This is killing me.
 
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I suggest for the time being. Download mode back to stock then reroot

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I'm stock right now. thats part of what sucks. stock everything.

Root wont flash in stock recovery.

Following this..
http://rootzwiki.com/topic/29256-tut...-galaxy-s-iii/

Gives me the signature error.

Argh. I really need this working by the morning, i'll need root for the weekend while out of town,.
 
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Try this. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2332825
To be on the safe side. Idk if ur bootloader got lock again. Wich it might have. Reflash the stock image lock everything back up then use casual root. Very easy

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