working on it, Odin is giving me some shit right now. I'm thinking I'm gonna have to use my home PC for this. My work PC keeps locking up and crashing when I try loading up the kernal. Thanks though, that link helped a lot. I wonder why that never came up in my searches. I really hope it works this go-around. Last year I spent months trying to figure it out. Yet my Nexus 5 took maybe
half an hour to do. This is why I'm not buying any more samsung phones, or refurbished phones (my Nexus 5's screen randomly broke), funny thing is, the LCD broke in 2 places, then a few days later the digitizer had about 2 dozen random cracks everywhere. It was just sitting there on my night stand, and when I got up, it was a shattered mess. Gonna be putting in a factory screen later (when I can afford it). For now, I'm using the Verizon GS4, with a T-Mobile sim card. Ironically enough, I get much
better signal strength with the Verizon phone on the T-Mobile network. Not nearly as good as what I had with Verizon service, but I guess the GS4 has a better antenna or something. If I can just get rid of the default Touchwiz crap, I'll be happy with the GS4.