The only difference is that I have no signal, probably because of the wireless network settings. I had to pull the battery to get back to Safe Strap. I cant tell if it cleaned the slot. Please know what you are doing. It really feels irritating to see some users enjoying the privilege while you are doomed to wait for months.
I also already tried to use the custom pit files that were used to fix the bootlop issue with kies or whatever adonis. Please I need assistance I know that this is an old thread, I want to install a custom rom on my Samsung Galaxy S4 att nj4 baseband, I have already rooted the phone with kingroot and was able to remove the kingroot app with supersume and was also able to have superSu installed and working and kingroot removed, I have also installed safestrap 3. Your error saying you do not have SuperUser on the phone can be corrected if the phone is properly rooted by downloading SuperUser from the play store. Also, Mode Changer is phenominally easier than than rolling back to older version, rooting, safetstrap, then flashing to update…. Other than not including that information in all seriousness this is a good article and all around good info on several different models and carriers. Just having the Safestrap app on your phone does not mean Safestrap is active with an active recovery installed.
Who stinking needs an unlocked bootloader when you have Safestrap anyhow? You will probably never need to do this. I press the power button again and get back to the recovery screen. If you have an unlockable bootloader, injecting a custom recovery into your phone is quite simple. I had everything going until I wiped the new partition. We have gathered together Android 4.
But the screen quickly changes back to the rom slots scree. Another thing that happens is that after the initial install of the recovery through safestrap, the safestrap app crashes instantly when I try to open it. I download SuperSu, BusyBox, Terminal Editor, and Safestrap 3. Use this to reset all options back to default as it came when you installed for the first time. Here you'll need to decide how much space you want the slot to take up. Not sure why, the romslot is active, is there something I am missing? At this point, the Safestrap app runs just fine, and I can install the custom recovery. If this sounds like your cup of tea, give it a test drive over the week end and do let me know what you think! The Case of the Locked Bootloader The bootloader is the lowest-level piece of programming on your device, initializing the Android operating system upon boot.
Could someone help me with this? This is limited to 10 characters as it will eventually be added to the beginning of backup names. Once the above commands are run from terminal successfully You can go into Safestrap and verify that recovery is nolonger installed. Wipe X2… Advanced Wipe… everything X2 except extSdCard 3. I only hopes he decides to get this developed for the Moto X and the new Droid Lineup as well! Thanks to the hard-working developers of the Android community who try their best to level the unevenness of update distribution among Android devices. My issue I have had is while in safestrap I create a rom slot do a format and install the zip hyperdrive and eclyplse and after it installes sucessfully it still boots to the stock rom. No bugs that i know of yet it works very very fast. This is completely normal, so no need to worry.
Should I downgrade or upgrade my current android version and then try to install safestrap? There are no ways of installing twrp or cwm to att gs4. Please I need a rom for my baseband nj4. Start exploring the new avatar of Android and share with us what you think about it. It will make you lose your settings app and some other things. It helps me more than you know! When rebooting, hit the Menu button when you see the Safestrap menu during boot.
If anyone can help me out that would be awesome! Download the appropriate version below directly onto your Galaxy S4, or download to your computer and transfer it over. This allows us to bypass the locked bootloader and eliminates the need to unlock the bootloader of the Verizon Galaxy S5 in order to run TouchWiz roms. So I choose to continue with the boot. Open safestrap again and reboot to recovery from there. I have attempted with several times with the same result. However, I would like to point out one little glitch that I was running into.
Thanks again for taking the time to assist. I've also tried uninstalling and reinstalling BusyBox. When your phone boots up and you see the welcome screen, do the required setup and you are good to go. Set your phone aside for a few minutes, let everything boot up, then come back to sign in with your Google account. You can use the plus + and minus - buttons to change Data partition size where your apps, pictures, texts, etc.
Just removing the app and selecting uninstall recovery will not suffice. Hey Max, I installed safetrap 3. It will mess up your phone and have to restore it once again. It went for well over 10 minutes. It's not a perfect solution, but it certainly gets us close. Alternatively,you can also enter recovery mode using these. I get nothing but a black screen upon reboot.
I am now off to learn how to install custom roms then I am planning on installing 's Safestrap compatible rom Thanks! Unfortunately, quite a little percent of Android devices including the Nexus ones and Moto X have been lucky enough to receive the update. Safestrap opens and creates a rom slot. At that point, the screen flashed a couple of times, and then I had to unlock the screen slide the lock animation to the right. When I do so, it completes successfully However upon reboot I do not get the Safestrap splashscreen and once stock loads Safestrap crashes immediately upon opening. For a normal boot-up, you can just tap Continue or leave it alone for ten seconds. Download Terminal Emulator and type the following commands pressing enter after each line.