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Stuck in recovery mode after downgrade to 2.3.6

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By andi_ypsilon, Junior Member on 21st October 2018, 11:26 AM
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Hello everybody

my I8160 is stuck in recovery mode. I have flashed ROM with CyanogenMod 12 but my SIM card wasn't recognized anymore. I then decided to downgrade to 2.3.6 with Odin 3.12.4 and in AP field (XXLL was the original baseband version -- does baseband version matter?)

Odin finished and the phone was rebooted telling me the following

Deleting Cryption Meta Data

-- Copying media files...
Successfully copied media files...


-- Updating applications...
Copying Contents.
Successfully updated application.

- Applying Multi-CSC
Installing Multi-CSC
Can't access to '/system/csc/EPL/system/'.
Successfully applied multi-CSC

Then recovery is started (Android system recovery <3e>. When I restart the phone its coming to the recovery mode again. But how to continue now? How do I get android started?

I greatly appreciate any help, Andreas

EDIT: Thanks for the replies. I found a solution, just in case anyone encounters the same problem: Flashing the phone with Odin and from (all the others I have tried did not work).
22nd October 2018, 03:53 AM |#2  
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Just an idea, have you tried doing a factory reset from the recovery?
22nd October 2018, 09:47 AM |#3  
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I recently downgrade my I8160 from Cynagen to Gingerbread, as I just want to use it as a spare dumb phone with no apps or google account.

I used Odin v3.07 and GT-I8160_I8160XXLK6 which has 3 files. When Coming back to Gingerbread you need the 3 files to be able to repartition.

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