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Old September 2nd, 2013, 03:41 AM   #8 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by kbaes View Post
What I ended up doing was reflashing the CWM recovery (sorry about that I did it before I read your post haha) and I did a factory reset of the data, partition, and dalvik. then I flashed VirginRom to the instead. And this seemed to work as I can finally use my phone now.
No problemo. Glad you got it back

Originally Posted by kbaes View Post
Also it would be really helpful if you could link the stock rom for SGH-M919N because I can't find it. Thanks!
You misread me. There is no stock rom that you can flash for our phone yet. What we have at the moment is a Backup of the stock android OS that can be Restored via TWRP recovery and one for CWM recovery too (they are not interchangeable). Its a good idea to keep the CWM backup on your phone in case this happens to you again.

Heres the link for the CWM backup of our operating system:
stock no-root cwm based backup

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