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By Droidriven, Senior Member on 29th April 2013, 01:24 PM
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Hello guys..
I would like you to go through XDA new users guide and you must read the FORUM RULES before posting here or anywhere else on xda.

The rate at which the new users are joining xda on daily basis is very high. A lot of users join because they have got some problems with their devices like bricked phone, bootloops etc. because of following incorrect processes. Some join to help out others, to share their knowledge and gain more.

So basically this thread is for all of those who want to ask questions and answer those.


So those who want to help here, just try to answer without flaming, let it be answered thousands of times earlier, show them the path, direction and let them do things on their own. Do not spoon feed, rather just try to point them to right direction.

This whole idea is of @undercover and the former OP Bruce Wayne and I thank him.

To The people asking questions here, don't forget to check for the links from 2nd post. That will help you increase your knowledge, and do answer the questions asked by others if you know the answer. Please don't simply say thanks if some member helps you, instead use the thanks button, that will help us keep this thread less cluttered.
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For a list of guides,refer here.
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2073370
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Here are the names of some of my friends helping you on the thread.(Updated often)
@iamareebjamal
@Zatta
@dagger (the original OP of this thread)
@Stryke_the_Orc
@prototype-U
@EatHeat
@nlygamz
@plegdroid
@Gogeta
@malybru
@Jimlarck
@ADDICT.ANK
@Primokorn
@luqman98
@hnkotnis
@thenookieforlife3
@ИΘΘK¡€
@Sam Nakamura
@xunholyx

@SubwayChamp

@ktmom

@Ibuprophen

Please do let me know if I have missed some names..
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Atlast

Please dont spam the thread..
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i want to know how to decrypt/encrypt the shell(.sh) file of clockworkrecoverymod(cwm) for xperia 2011 devices...is there any tool i am missing
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Hi mate!
Nice to see a much needed thread like this here.. hope new members as well as old ones find this thread useful! :thumbup:

"To err is human, to forgive is divine"
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Oh, hello there

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i want to know how to decrypt/encrypt the shell(.sh) file of clockworkrecoverymod(cwm) for xperia 2011 devices...is there any tool i am missing

Hey sorry for not replying,
As I am not in scripting, I am completely unaware of such things. I tried hard with the search but couldn't find anything useful. I didn't reply because I was expecting a reply from someone with answer. I saw your thread but it is also unanswered.
You can try asking help from the people in your section working on kernels and shell scripts.
Thanks.

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Hi, I've got a Samsung Galaxy S2 and I've got this problem where it freezes upon reaching the "4G" logo on startup. I looked online for answers and someone recommended to "Odin a stock ROM from your PC", and then they posted a link to this site. Now, I have no idea how to Odin, or what a stock ROM is, so could anyone help me out?
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Hi, I've got a Samsung Galaxy S2 and I've got this problem where it freezes upon reaching the "4G" logo on startup. I looked online for answers and someone recommended to "Odin a stock ROM from your PC", and then they posted a link to this site. Now, I have no idea how to Odin, or what a stock ROM is, so could anyone help me out?

http://androidforums.com/samsung-gal...stock-rom.html
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Hi, I've got a Samsung Galaxy S2 and I've got this problem where it freezes upon reaching the "4G" logo on startup. I looked online for answers and someone recommended to "Odin a stock ROM from your PC", and then they posted a link to this site. Now, I have no idea how to Odin, or what a stock ROM is, so could anyone help me out?

Yes.
Welcome to XDA.

Please go to your device's forum using the search your device box from site. type samsung galaxy s2 and choose your device from the options. Look for the stock odin firmwares thread there. Download the one from your region, see the instructions given on flashing there. If you don't understand the instructions, check out youtube videos for that.
Odin is a easy process and just needs instructions to be followed correctly.

And inform us here when you recover your phone again.

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