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[Q] How to remove aokp knightly kitkat and restoring original rom

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By mrsalvatore, Junior Member on 25th January 2014, 04:38 AM
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I flashed a custom ROM on a c-spire Samsung Galaxy S4 SCH-R970X

The parameters look like this

Android Version - 4.4.2

Baseband Version - Unknown

Kernel Version
3.4.0-aokp-g13b9152
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Thu Jan 9 08:27:31 CET 2014

AOKP version
aokp_jfltecsp_kitkat_nightly_2014-01-09

Build Date
Thu Jan 9 08:13:39 CET 2014

Build Number
aokp_jfltecsp-userdebug 4.4.2 KOT49H
eng.sethyx.20140109.081306 test-keys

SELinux Status
Enforcing


I want to remove the aokp kitkat rom but I dont know how. each time I try to flash the original rom using ODIN I always end up with a failure bootloop and I would then have to re-flash the recovery. I discovered some thing in the settings menu and I'm wondering whether or not it is the reason for my not being able to restore the original rom Click image for larger version

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[QUOTE=mrsalvatore;49743033]I flashed a custom ROM on a c-spire Samsung Galaxy note 3
The parameters look like this

Android Version - 4.4.2

Baseband Version - Unknown

Kernel 3.4.395248627
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