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[Q] N7100 stuck at boot screen after flashing stock 4.4.2

12th August 2014, 01:49 AM   |  #11  
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Try to boot in recovery and do a factory reset
12th August 2014, 11:53 AM   |  #12  
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Try to boot in recovery and do a factory reset

Hi, I do appreciate you're only trying to help but, as explained numerous times in the thread, that's my whole problem.

In summary:
  • The phone gets stuck on the boot screen
  • I can't boot into recovery
  • I can only get into the odin download screen
  • Flashing a full stock rom doesn't change anything
  • Flashing Philz, TWRP or CW Recovery doesn't change anything
  • Reflashing the bootloader doesn't change anything
27th August 2014, 11:25 PM   |  #13  
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Originally Posted by beardyweirdy

Hi, I do appreciate you're only trying to help but, as explained numerous times in the thread, that's my whole problem.

In summary:

  • The phone gets stuck on the boot screen
  • I can't boot into recovery
  • I can only get into the odin download screen
  • Flashing a full stock rom doesn't change anything
  • Flashing Philz, TWRP or CW Recovery doesn't change anything
  • Reflashing the bootloader doesn't change anything

Just to close this thread off, I've now paid to get the phone sorted at a local shop. Took them a while (think their first level support just tried all the things I'd already done), but their occasional staff member and all round guru managed to get it sorted. I don't know what he did as I didn't get the chance to speak to him. Cost me 30.
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