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Old August 9th, 2013, 02:57 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by haumea View Post
I've rooted my phone with the sd card exploit, and am now trying to flash a new rom. Unfortunately, it seems that I cannot boot into CWM recovery. ROM Manager thinks I have CWM installed, but when I try to boot into recovery, I see an android guy lying down with a red yield sign, and the words "no command." What's going on?

And yeah, this is the Verizon SCH-I545 with the VRUAME7 build. I do have root access, and I have supersu installed.
root is ALL we have on ME7 update... you have no recovery installed and devs are looking into a way around it but for now no ROM flashing for us on the latest build... ONLY root.
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