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|12-29-2012, 09:47||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Oct 2011
Thanks Meter: 139
Odin stucks at NAND Write Start
First...sorry for my bad english:
My S2 was on Hydrogen-ics rom...a few minutes ago i decide to go back to stock. Factory Reset, Cache/Dalvik cache cleared, format /system...all done then I started Odin and choose PDA -> I9100XWLA4_I9100XXKI4_I9100DBTKH1_HOME.tar.md5 (its from samfirmware)
...everything was OK, then i reboot and flashed siyah kernel (v2.6) via Odin (PDA). Reboot again...everything was ok...
So I decided to go to checkrom. Reboot -> CWM -> Factory Reset ..and here something goes wrong..it stucked at wipe data or wipe cache (doesn't know exactly) after a few minutes I do a hard reset ...since then my S2 doesn't boot anymore. Galaxy S2 Logo appears with yellow triangle and that was it. CWM won't boot, too.
Download Mode still works, but when I try to reflash the stock rom from above it stucks at <ID:0/004> NAND Write Start!! .
edit: Odin Screenshot:
|01-07-2013, 11:24||#5 (permalink)|
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Join Date: Sep 2003
Location: Abu Dhabi, Islamabad
Thanks Meter: 85
someone told me that PIT file always make damage boot , beware to upload PIT file in any samsung.
can anyone explain about PIT file