Hey guys, I usually find solutions online for such issues but I couldn't find any this time. I flashed a kernal to my unrooted version 5.1.1 phone yesterday and shit just went down from there. I have an S6 duos (which there is like a massive lack of information about online btw) model number SM-G920FD. When I was flashing the kernal I didn't even think about that extra D at the end of the model number so I ended up flashing a kernal for SM-G920F instead and I ended up messing up and needed to go into recovery mode. The genius I am thought there must be a way to get out of this without losing all my data so I flashed a twrp file which (again was for SM-G920F I still didn't notice at this point) and after that I was in a permanent Download mode, when I'd try to go into recovery, text saying "recovery is not seandroid enforcing" would show up on the top right and it would bootloop. I, of course, decided to find a bunch more files to flash causing a greater ****up and now I just get a text saying "An error has occurred while updating the device software. Use the Emergency recovery function in the Smart Switch PC software.". Of course this seems like it would be straight forward and I'd just need to go into the Smart Switch software but The software itself doesn't know my god damn phone model. SM-G920FD is not an available model in the software so now im just completely stuck and have no idea what to do. Does anyone have any solutions? Thanks so much.