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Hi everybody!

I've got a little issue with my phone Samsnung S3(gt-i9305), I post a thread here because I don't know what else to do.

The problem is that the phone is freezed on the samsung logo which "flash", as soon as I put on the battery.
- I hold the "power" button for a long while, nothing happens
-I try to launch RecoveryMode(up+home+power), nothing happens
-I try differents battery, nothing happens

My only hope:
I can launch the "download" mode(down+home+power), but if I let the battery in, it return to the flashing logo.
So I have to remove the battery(with the USB on my PC of course) and it work!!
So I'm in download mode, without battery.

But:
- I install my latest stock ROM, about 10 times, nothing happens (Firmware : I9305XXUEMKC_I9305XEFEMK1_XEF (4.3))
- I try to do the previous step with "nand erase all" and "T-flash", nothing happens

... WTF!

Is someone's got any idea of what's going on, and how can I do to save my phone?
I'm still searchiong on the forum, but any help will be so deeeeply appreciated

Thank very much for reading and helping
 
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I'm scratching my head very strong, and I think it may be a power supply problem, maybe the power switch on and off so the phone cannot boot, and that's why it's work when I remove the battery.

Is anybody knows that kind of problem? Do you think I can open my phone and fix the problem?

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Did u flash any file before this happened? And ur first post. Firstly, the gt-i9305 is NOT the s4. And this is the gt-i9300 forum. Anything u flash here will just lead to ur phone being hard bricked.

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Did u flash any file before this happened? And ur first post. Firstly, the gt-i9305 is NOT the s4. And this is the gt-i9300 forum. Anything u flash here will just lead to ur phone being hard bricked.

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Hi, yes I know it's the S3, it was just a mistake sorry, I fixed it.

My phone was rootet and flashed with the last official stock rom samsung I9305XXUEMKC_I9305XEFEMK1_XEF (4.3).

Until now it worked very well!

I begin to prepare myself that my phone is definitly dead :'( but 've got a full copy of my internal Sd on my computer. I would like to get back my contacts, is anybody knows how to open that kind of file: contacts2.db-wal ?

I tried with SQlite bug it didn't work.

And Jumaqidi, I just saw that I missed the line of 9305 Q&A (was just above 9300), very sorry for that, what can I do, must I post another thread in the right section, or I wait until an admin move my thread?

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