I'm currently running CyanogenMod KitKat version with ClockWorkMod. Since the rom has several bugs and for the past few months they haven't published any updates to my Galaxy s4 I9505, I've decided to switch to WanamLite.
There I found out I need TWRP recovery so I went ahead and downloaded GooManager which installed an outdated version, as I've found out.
I tried wiping my internal storage as recommended but the recovery couldn't mount any of my partitions.
So now CyanogenMod won't boot. I know this issue is fixed in the updated version of TWRP but I'm not sure how to update it without the phone booting (Odin perhaps? It doesn't recognize it currently... Should I move to download mode for it to be detected?)
Anyways, I'm kind of stuck as of now. Any help would be very much appreciated!
Btw I have a question, what's the difference between using Odin 1.85 and 3.09? Why do people still use the old version?
Thanks in advance!!
Alright, now I can't get into recovery either. When I try, I can see the Samsung logo and there's "recovery" written in the top left but then it just restarts again into the same logo without "recovery". I'm starting to lose my cool now. Anyone have any ideas?