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Old 06-17-2019, 08:55   #1 (permalink)
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Red face Sm-g532F Bricked after root secure check fail : cache


i try to Root my Sm-g532F phone , with this root file


i already turn off frp and oem unlock and enable USB debug mode

i went to download mode and try to flash that file it fails and give me this error
sm-g532f secure check fail : cache

now when i try to boot the device it give me this

An error has occurred while updating the device software , use the emergency recovery function in the smart switch PC software

i see on internet that i need to FLASH PIT file

but i dont want to lose data ?
any way to do this wihout losing data , and PIT file will remove it ??
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