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By HPTL7, Member on 8th April 2014, 12:14 PM
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Hello.
I have a samsung galaxy s2 and its been working fine for more than a year. Few days ago, i did a factory reset and now when I power on my phone it stays on the Samsung logo. If i go in recovery, it says CWM-based Recovery v6.0.1.2-Siyah. and i have a lot of options. I did wipe data/factory reset and after that completes it powers on and goes in safe mode, i can do stuff for around 30 seconds and then it restarts and stuck on samsung logo again.
I tried flashing stock firmware but Odin does not detect my phone. i have tried on two different computers, they both have the drivers everything, tried on different ports, tried with different cables.
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8th April 2014, 12:23 PM |#2  
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what rom you're on?
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1) 'Please use a descriptive thread title'
2) Hopper8's 'Odin troubleshooting' thread stickied in General, find it, try as many of the things in that thread as many times as you need to in order to get a successful flash. If you try the stuff in the thread two or three times then come back to this thread & say 'I tried blah blah a few times & still the same', guess what ? Your phone will stay busted. Why ? Because perseverance always fixes these issues unless the phone isn't recoverable. You need to try everything in that thread over and over and over if necessary. There's nothing that isn't in that thread which can be suggested in these situations. Why ? That thread is the 'Bible'.

So...Go...You now have the tools to fix your phone.
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i have already seen that thread and tried what it advised but to no avail.
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what rom you're on?

Sorry, im noob at this. what do you mean by that?
this CWM-based Recovery v6.0.1.2-Siyah?
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Sorry, im noob at this. what do you mean by that?
this CWM-based Recovery v6.0.1.2-Siyah?

I mean phone's firmware,like stock jelly bean,custom rom like cyanogenmod for example.And what kernel you're running.
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Not sure. can you tell me how to find out?
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Not sure. can you tell me how to find out?
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go to settings/about phone
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I can not get in to my phone.
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I can not get in to my phone.

you said it can boot for ~30 seconds
anyway,try booting to recovery:
1.do a factory reset again
2.wipe cache
3.advanced/wipe dalvik cache
4.advanced/fix permissions
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