1. spacecasespiff's Avatar
    I was messing with some roms and got one that I liked ( nero ) then I was trying to go back to stock and that where I did something wrong. Im in recovery mode and I select reboot seystem and it then shows the vibrant screen then it goes right back to the recovery screen. The only other choices I have is clear cache and reinstall package and delete all user package. So I can't get out of this loop. I think I need to use odin but never had to use it. Is there something I can do without using odin.
    12-30-2010 11:42 PM
  2. DroidXcon's Avatar
    I was messing with some roms and got one that I liked ( nero ) then I was trying to go back to stock and that where I did something wrong. Im in recovery mode and I select reboot seystem and it then shows the vibrant screen then it goes right back to the recovery screen. The only other choices I have is clear cache and reinstall package and delete all user package. So I can't get out of this loop. I think I need to use odin but never had to use it. Is there something I can do without using odin.
    Odin is actually really simple to use, if you look in my signature below i have a link to How to videos, for the galaxy s captivate, look at the 4th or 5th video down shows you how to use odin,,,,but in the mean time ill try to find an alternative solution for you.

    Edit:
    im sorry it seems all the solutions i find lead back to odin here are some links to help you :
    http://androidspin.com/2010/08/09/ho...msung-vibrant/

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=734475
    12-31-2010 01:20 AM
  3. spacecasespiff's Avatar
    Thank you that's what I thought. I had the phone working really gods then I had to keep messing with it well that's how you learn.
    12-31-2010 09:52 AM
  4. Djordan79's Avatar
    did you disable the Voodoo kernel b4 you tried to flash back to stock?

    u have to do that first because voodoo is 2.2 compatible only and causes problems when it it tries to run on 2.1
    01-23-2011 10:11 AM
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