[q][sg2] no os, no recovery mode,heellpp

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By michael_juan97, Junior Member on 2nd June 2014, 11:23 AM
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PHONE : Samsung galaxy s2 GT 1900T, stock JB 4.1.2, rooted, with jeboo kernel.

About 2 weeks ago, i'm trying to install custom OS (cyanogen 11=kitkat) to my beloved phone.. i got eror when try to install (status 7) but im installing the right version of cyanogen for my phone. so i decide to reboot my phone, then bluffff all gone. i stuck at "samsung galaxy sII" sign. i take out the battery and try to enter recovery mode (cwm) but same!!! stuck at the black logo screen. then i try to flash stock ROM using download mode, but odin doesn't detecting my device

what should i do???


2nd June 2014, 11:33 AM |#2  
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You need to get a successful Odin flash one way or another. How ? Hopper8's 'Odin troubleshooting' thread stickied in General. Go through as many of the troubleshooting steps in the thread as many times as you need to in order to get a successful flash.
2nd June 2014, 02:37 PM |#3  
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That what i know. Your phone is booting up to download mode
cos it is a second bootloader and it alright with that. Your kernel
partition is a third bootloader and that looks spoiled for me thats
why Odin cant recognize your phone. You need to try to hold
some buttons Vol up down and home while in download mode
combine them together try to plug in your phone before and after
download mode come up. Good luck
2nd June 2014, 03:14 PM |#4  
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the thing is, commonly when i hear Status 7, the first thing came in my mind is update your CWM / TWRP...and most of the time that solved the problem (dunno if theres any other meaning for Status 7)

theres always search option, you know
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