I am more than a little confused Amylee3130
Have I got this right?
Looking at your various threads it would seem that you owned a stock, unbranded, S4 on the MGA firmware...
Rooting samsung galaxy s4 please help
Which you the rooted successfully on the 14th August.
You then had a problem on the 28th August, using ROM Toolbox Pro on the stock EE, (Orange), firmware...
Advice please on roms
where it was suggested that you needed to change your ROM to get it to work or alternatively flash the DjeMBeY, modified, deodexed, ROM with the 3Minit framework to achieve your goal.
I'm guessing that you didn't do either of those things as your next thread on the 3rd September...
Help me please
Shows that you possibly flashed the FULL stock, ODEXED, MGA ROM by DjeMBeY, as opposed to the stock, DEODEXED, MODIFIED ROM as suggested earlier.
For whatever reason, you did not appear to be rooted using whichever ROM as shown in your 5th September post...
I need help please x
You then appear to have flashed back to your original, unrooted, stock ROM, as per your post on the 11th September...
Battery help plz x
You then seem to have had a problem with your phone switching off in your thread of the 12th September...
Phone switching off!
You now appear to be having a problem in using Triangle Away on your thread for today.
However, as stated in your earlier thread, you are now on stock, unrooted, firmware and Triangle Away will not work on un-rooted phones.
To help clarify things, could you go to your dial pad and type in...
This will bring up 3 lines of information under, "Version". Please give those 3 lines of information and can you confirm that you are on a stock firmware with no root as suggested by an earlier post.
Next, can you bookmark the All Things Root section for the Samsung Galaxy S4, so that you do not post elsewhere again.
Armed with the above requested details, I, or one of my colleagues, should be able to help you further. My biggest fear is that you may have flashed one of the latest stock firmwares with the locked bootloader and Knox security. We shall see!