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[Q] Big problem PLEASE HELP

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By matheusimmer, Junior Member on 18th March 2014, 08:37 PM
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I properly installed CyanogenMod 10.2 at my Galaxy Tab 2 P5110. Tried to go to the Firmware Update at the settings and clicked Kit Kat. Everything was installing just fine, but suddenly it stopped. It said it had failed and I had to reboot the system and reroot or something like that. Accidentally clicking Go Back, the Tablet rebooted and kept going back to the recovery mode. I tried to Wipe Data/ Factory Reset and when it rebooted instead of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 boot image, a distorted image appeared and took me back to the recovery mode. I installed CyanogenMod again through External SD card, because the Internal SD card showed nothing. It started to install and everything worked normally, except that I had forgotten to install GApps. I went to the Browser and installed it and the Download folder at the internal sd card in theory, but when I got back to the recovery mode, nothing showed up there. I really don't know what happened with the Internal SD card, I just know I can't access it...
 
 
18th March 2014, 08:55 PM |#2  
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Might be you need to format the memory not wipe.

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Might be you need to format the memory not wipe.

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How do i do this?
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How do i do this?

you can found it in recovery > mount and storage if you're using cwm based recovery
do a format /system, format /data, format /cache, and format /data/media
carefully not to format /sdcard
then reflash rom and gapps, enjoy.
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