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    Team Win Recovery Project v2.2.2.1

    Help!

    My phone is rooted and an update came through. When the phone rebooted, all I get is a "Team Win Recovery Project v2.2.2.1" page with "Install, Wipe, Backup, Restore, Mount, Settings, Advanced, and Reboot."

    What do I need to do to get back into my phone!

    Samsung S3.
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    Re: Team Win Recovery Project v2.2.2.1

    Have you tried pulling the battery & restarting the phone?

    Tapped from a Galaxy Nexus using Xparent ICS
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    ok... Rebooted into "System"...

    The only problem (or not) is that the system update pushed to the phone, failed.

    Anything good in this update anyway? And, what is the correct way to update a rooted phone?
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    Re: Team Win Recovery Project v2.2.2.1

    I don't have an S3, so no don't know what the update brings. But, imo, the best way to update a rooted phone is with the latest rom. I personally never waited or received any ota's on any of my phones. The devs did a better job, imo

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    Re: Team Win Recovery Project v2.2.2.1

    Quote Originally Posted by CJM View Post
    I don't have an S3, so no don't know what the update brings. But, imo, the best way to update a rooted phone is with the latest rom. I personally never waited or received any ota's on any of my phones. The devs did a better job, imo

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