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[Q] Samsung Galaxy S2 won't boot anymore

27th January 2014, 11:09 AM |#11  
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So just remove this thing and no replacement? Sorry if I'm a bit confused, but everyone is saying something else

you can try that..if you have finally decided to replace your motherboard at all...

may be it could...

have you gone to the local mobile repair shop ? what they said ??
 
 
27th January 2014, 11:18 AM |#12  
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I'd rather try everything not to have to replace the motherboard. Cause like I said earlier: If there's any possibility to save the phone like it was when it crashed, so with messages/settings/apps etc. it's better offcourse... Or is it when I remove/replace this capacitor all will be lost also?

I'm going to visit the local store this afternoon to see what they have to say about it... But there's no warranty on this phone anymore so I guess fixing will be (too) expensive.
27th January 2014, 01:23 PM |#13  
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I'd rather try everything not to have to replace the motherboard. Cause like I said earlier: If there's any possibility to save the phone like it was when it crashed, so with messages/settings/apps etc. it's better offcourse... Or is it when I remove/replace this capacitor all will be lost also?

I'm going to visit the local store this afternoon to see what they have to say about it... But there's no warranty on this phone anymore so I guess fixing will be (too) expensive.

what did local repair shop owners said then ??
28th January 2014, 08:04 AM |#14  
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what did local repair shop owners said then ??

First went to local mobile phone store, only thing they did was putting the phone on a charger and say: Can't be fixed. Then I went to the repair store and they said that only looking at it what the problem could be would cost 30,-, and they couldn't guarantee that the problem would be solved then so...?
29th January 2014, 10:01 AM |#15  
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First went to local mobile phone store, only thing they did was putting the phone on a charger and say: Can't be fixed. Then I went to the repair store and they said that only looking at it what the problem could be would cost 30,-, and they couldn't guarantee that the problem would be solved then so...?

Try another shop.... It costs nothing just to check and see..
29th January 2014, 01:59 PM |#16  
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This friday I will visit a repair store in another town.. See what they have to say about it.
Just for the record: If the USB Jig method works, do I lose my data after all?
17th February 2014, 12:02 PM |#17  
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I got a USB-Jig and tried to get the phone into download mode, but it didn't work. Are there any other solutions left?
17th February 2014, 02:46 PM |#18  
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