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Firmware Upgrade Encountered an Issue After An Attempt To Revert Back to Stock TouchWiz
The other day I was trying to revert my Samsung Galaxy S IV (T-Mobile SGH-M919) from Cyanogenmod to Stock Touchwiz again. I tried following a couple of tutorials around the internet in order to properly do it, most of them, if not all of them, said to use Odin and to use this file in order to revert it back:
When I used it in Odin, and and followed the directions given, I'd get a fail error like this:
I tried to redo it a couple of times, each time I had the same error, and could not revert back to Stock. Then I thought that maybe it was because I had the MD5 file I needed, but the download didn't include a PIT file as well. After a while, I just gave up on trying to revert my phone back, and tried to restart it into my Cyanogenmod again. Once I restarted the phone, this error came up:
I can't access the operating system, the only thing I CAN access is the Downloading thing you use for Odin. I searched google and looked for others who had this same issue, and none of their solutions works. I've also tried to use Kies to restore the phone, and Kies didn't even recognize anything was wrong with the phone.
If anyone has done something similar, or knows how to fix it, I'd appreciate learning how (And I'd rather not have to buy a new phone and have to pay the rest of the $528 I still owe on the phone :P)
Thanks in advance,