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Hello guys , i flashed a custom kernel with mobile odin lite , and after that my sgs 2 stuck at the screen samsung galaxy s2 gt-i9100 how to fix it ? i can enter download mode but not recovery

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No help until you use a proper/descriptive thread title.
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changed it , sorry for the bad title and thx for the reaction!
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HTC Desire - Rooted-, -Stock S-off-, -4EXT- recovery.
Samsung Galaxy apollo- Rooted-,-Cwm recovery.
Sony Ericsson xperia x1 - Unlocked bootloader - Android 2.3.7- Cwm recovery
Samsung Galaxy S2 -Rooted, Siyah Kernel- Android 4.3.3-Siyah based cwm recovery
I am always in for help!

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flash a stock rom from odin ..
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Thx , but do i need the .pit file? Because i can't find the right one :/
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HTC Desire - Rooted-, -Stock S-off-, -4EXT- recovery.
Samsung Galaxy apollo- Rooted-,-Cwm recovery.
Sony Ericsson xperia x1 - Unlocked bootloader - Android 2.3.7- Cwm recovery
Samsung Galaxy S2 -Rooted, Siyah Kernel- Android 4.3.3-Siyah based cwm recovery
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Thx , but do i need the .pit file?
I think it depens whether you are using .tar files for pda/modem/csc or .zip... tar files shouldn't need the .pit but please, someone correct me if I am wrong
 
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Don't touch a PIT file unless you want a broken phone. Not necessary in this case.

Edit to add - If you have problems getting a successful Odin flash, find Hopper8's 'Odin troubleshooting' guide stickied in the General section; info in that thread should enable you to get it done.
If it's important enough to cause you grief if it's lost, back it up. No excuses
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Does Samsung's auto-brightness implementation crap drive you to self-harm ? A solution !
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If you don't know how to recover if things go wrong, what are you doing flashing custom roms ?
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Thank y'all ! My s2 is alive again! Thx for the reactions!!
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HTC Desire - Rooted-, -Stock S-off-, -4EXT- recovery.
Samsung Galaxy apollo- Rooted-,-Cwm recovery.
Sony Ericsson xperia x1 - Unlocked bootloader - Android 2.3.7- Cwm recovery
Samsung Galaxy S2 -Rooted, Siyah Kernel- Android 4.3.3-Siyah based cwm recovery
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You can also unbrick your phone by installing a new kernel i think. Don't know if 100% true though

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