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  1. Device Information: Device name: samsung Device board: sc7730s Device hardware: sc8830 BootLoader: T116BUUBU0ARE1 Android version: 4.4.4 Simple History: I have tried unlocking my bootloader, opening KingRoot, installing TWRP, and everything in between, but ultimately had to reinstall the ROM. Conclusion: TWRP was made for famous, better devices, and that humanity liked them, why would you make a TWRP for a device you don't even know... and also humanity didn't even know them? This is my conclusion, but in my thinking, TWRP was made only for specific devices History: It all began when I discovered that it was possible to modify the ROM of my device, which had lost support since 2018. Afterward, I learned about TWRP. pela primeira vez na vida, os tutoriais diziam para eu segura o botão HOME, o botão de volume - e o botão POWER, então, eu apertei no botão, do Odim o Botão iniciar, apertando esse botão, the device restarted and began to run Android again. I continued with the tutorial but realized that this shouldn't have happened. Instead, my device should have booted into TWRP. Due to this, I repeated this process multiple times until I came to the conclusion that it wouldn't work. I then started to search for my device's model and download several TWRPs. Eventually, I had to restore the original ROM. I'm still trying to download that TWRP. I found one, but I was so confused that I didn't realize it and discarded it. So far, I haven't been able to successfully install the root on my device... If you need more information, feel free to ask

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