September 28th, 2013, 09:31 AM
Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Cotswolds, England
Device(s): SGS5 SM-G900F. Rooted. KitKat 4.4.2 NG7 NEAT ROM. Baseband: NG8. KT kernel+PhilZ recovery.
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Originally Posted by WickedCruelty
Alright, so i have a problem. I'll start by explaining how this happened.
So i rooted my phone yesterday ( Galaxy S4 I9505 ). And i wanted to apply a save on a game called Cytus. But it just bugged the entire game forcing it to close. So i uninstalled the game ( not from the app manager ) but from Titanium Backup if i'm not mistaking. So now i can't even install the specific game from the store ( error code -24 ). It doesn't seem to download the full obb file of the game. And when i try to upload the obb file to Android/Obb it just says "The device is disconnected" or something like that. But yet it's still connected via usb and i can browse all files and directories. Any suggestions or help will be great. Thanks in advance.
Two suggestions spring to mind immediately...
1. Did you do a nandroid backup after rooting, see #3.3
of the Rooting Galaxy S4 - Dummies Guide
. In which case you could just re-flash your nandroid via Recovery mode.
2. If you have Titanium Backup of the app and data, even though you un-installed it, you can use that to restore your app and data. Have a look at the bottom of your TB list of apps, it should be there with a line through it.