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Old August 10th, 2012, 08:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

I've recently bought a samsung galaxy ace plus and i rooted it...
Now, today a message popped up wich said that i could update the firmware and i pressed yes :s

Now every time i want to restart my phone, it gets stuck in te CWM-based recovery (v5.0.2.8).

I also tried to restore it with factory reset, but even that doesn't help :s

So now I want to unroot my device, but I can't do it with my phone being stuck in recovery mode...

What should i do?

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Old August 10th, 2012, 09:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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yes u can if u have CWM based recovery mode u can still connect ur Ace plus in ur computer via USB from Mounts and storage-->mount USB storage but u need to find unroot file first. dunno where to get it.
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You can't do official updates while rooted, you should have unrooted before clicking yes.
Unrooting now won't help, the mess is done.
All you can do now is flash a fresh samsung stock firmware via Odin.

Before that just attempt to wipe cache partition, dalvik cache and factory reset, it might clear things and work if the things are not too bad. Otherwise Odin is your only option.
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You can't do official updates while rooted, you should have unrooted before clicking yes.
Unrooting now won't help, the mess is done.
All you can do now is flash a fresh samsung stock firmware via Odin.

Before that just attempt to wipe cache partition, dalvik cache and factory reset, it might clear things and work if the things are not too bad. Otherwise Odin is your only option.
Ok, thanks, and do you know where can i get a fresh samsung stock firmware?
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Ok, thanks, and do you know where can i get a fresh samsung stock firmware?
sammobile.com
Everything you need for flashing stock is there, including a guide, drivers, Odin, firmware and ops file.
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