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Samsung - Restore ROM backup Or re-flash stock

Galaxy S III Q&A - xda-developers - forum.xda-developers.com
S3 is rooted and it has CWM 6 recovery.

Today, I was trying to flash a custom rom (UltimaROM) but the installer crashed at the end, resulting in a soft brick (stuck boot logo forever).

I was told to follow the steps again and pray for a success. But somehow, the custom ROM .zip file from the S3's internal SD got deleted. So, I don't know how to put the custom rom back into the SD again. There's no USB storage in CWM 6, so I cannot transfer the zip file - unless I'm missing something else.

I don't have an external SD, either, but I do have a backup of my working ROM. However, my backup ROM isn't on the internal SD as well. All of the stuff are on my PC.

Is it possible to re-flash my backup ROM via Odin? If so, how?

If not, I'd re-flash my Stock ROM and start over again... but the problem is I don't know how to find a correct stock firmware for my S3. It's been almost 1 year since I rooted my S3. Samsung KIES doesn't even have the special information (sale code?) for my S3... unless I connect S3 to PC, but I get problems (Kies stuck on connecting)

Thanks in advance.
Date: Feb 28, 2013    Labels: Samsung



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