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CM10.1 to Stock+ -> phone not starting?

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I just wiped CM10.1 from my phone and tried to install Stock+, and now the phone is stuck on boot screen, tried to pull of battery + do the process again on CWM but it's still stuck. Any sugestions? Do I need to wipe something else? Help would be apreciated, ty :).

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What do you mean by 'wipe'?

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Sorry, I mean Wipe data/fact. reset :)

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wipe the other stuff to like dalvic cache and battery stats etc

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EDIT2: Still no luck, the thing is that the ROM installs too fast, like 5sec fast. I got the CM CWM.

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Managed to get CM10.1 on the phone, but I still want to go back to ICS Stock +, can anyone help?

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Sounds like a bad download

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Actually I tried with 2 downloads, I'll try to download the ROM with Chrome, lol. So I guess I should be able to downgrade from JB 4.2.2 (CM) to ICS 4.0.3 (Stock+) just by the standard wipe/install zip from sd?

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Re-re-re downloaded it, I'm pretty sure it's not because the download.

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Data, Dalvik cache, battery stats.

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are you instaling the right zip? :ph34r:

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I installed alot of custom ROMs, so I think I know how to install it, apparently only CM10.1 works right now on my device, tried to flash FirefoxOS and it doesn't work, this is odd.

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Well, actually, that's what I've done til now :\

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If it tries installing too fast, My guess would be you have the wrong version of CWM. Try using recovery-clockwork-hybrid-6.0.2.7-u8815-R4.

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If it tries installing too fast, My guess would be you have the wrong version of CWM. Try using recovery-clockwork-hybrid-6.0.2.7-u8815-R4.

Yeah, it sounds like a CWM problem to me too. If it is flashing in seconds then I'd bet that /system isn't being mounted correctly before the flash. Try manually unmounting and then re-mounting /system before doing the flash and if you still have issues just install TWRP recovery and that will probably work first time.

Edit: if you do use TWRP you want this version here the link posted above is for a much older (and less reliable) version.

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Instalation failing with TWRP


-- Install /sdcard/zzROM/StockPlus-B960-R6.zip

E:Short write of /tmp/sideload/package.zip (No

Error flashing zip '/sdcard/zzROM/StockPlus-B96

EDIT: Trying to zip TWRP 2.4.4.0, I got 2.1.2 atm.

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Doesn't work with TWRP 2.4.4.0 . Same thing, rom flashes too quickly, this is getting frustrating >.<.

It looks like the problem is present only in Stock Plus, I managed to install Lightning ROM, this is very odd. Cyda, do you have any idea?

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Cyda, do you have any idea?

Must be your download. The rom has been downloaded and installed far too many times for there to be any issues with the zip itself.

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I'll try tomorrow againt, the strange thing is that I downloaded it about 5 times and tried all the zips, will keep you updated! :)

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Try wipe data\factory reset then wipe cache partition then dalvik cache and format system, I had something similar from CM9 to infusion

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