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Old July 23rd, 2013, 08:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
Jimliner
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Default messed up update to MF9 - Help?

Hi,

Rooted Sprint S4 with Odin & CF-Auto-Root-jfltespr-jfltespr-sphl720.tar

Installed Chainfire SuperSU, Titanium Backup Pro and Goo.manager, TWRP.

I was able to enable HotSpot with files.

I made nandroid backups twice, last just two days ago.

I wanted to upgrade from MDL to MF9.

I Odin"ed", mf9fullupgrade.tar. This appeared to take, but wifi would not turn on nor HotSpot.

So I went ahead and tryed to flash MF9 software with = bfeb51f4befc9f910dff1c6070f2d387aaac37de.update_SP H-L720_MDL_CSB_user_RP_to_MF9_CSB_user_RP.

I put this zip on a blank sd and put in phone while off and battery out.

Turned on with volume button up. Never could get to boot to screen with choices to choose from.

NOTE: Volume up button not so good. With the phone on, just normal: I can volume down, but to increase volume button doesn't scroll volume indicator across screen.

Anyways, after a couple attempts at booting "vol up" I woiuld get in small font, top left in blue, recovery boot but it would go to TWRP.

I finally restored through TWRP my last backup.

I am now getting a shield icon in notificaiton area that says "Prevention Information", "an application attempting unpermitted actions, reboot now".

Software is MF9 and baseband is MF9. In app manager, I do not have apps to sd, which is probably the least of my problems now.

Any Ideas on how to recovery and get wifi back. Maybe just get back to stock. I know with Up volume button intermintent could be a problem.

Should I have not tried done this while rooted??

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Jim
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