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Torch screen no respond after upgraded to I9305XXBMB2

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20th February 2013, 02:09 PM   |  #1  
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Need help! I used cf auto root for rooting on 4.1.1 JB was successful. Later I used mobile odin to upgrade to I9305XXBMB2 which was a Singapore ROM. Flashing was completed but with back screen. So I used pc odin flashed I9305XXBMB2 with success. but my torch screen was no responding upon reboot. Even I tried factory reset still with the same reslult. I can't send it to the Samsung Service center due to flash counter = 1. Downgraded to ma6 also with same results.
I can goto download and recovery mode. Please advice!


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In download mode:
Custom binary download : yes (1 counts)
Current binary :Samsung official
System Status : official
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20th February 2013, 03:46 PM   |  #2  
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Need help! I used cf auto root for rooting on 4.1.1 JB was successful. Later I used mobile odin to upgrade to I9305XXBMB2 which was a Singapore ROM. Flashing was completed by with back screen. So I used pc odin flashed I9305XXBMB2 with success. but my torch screen was no responding. Even I reset tried factory reset still with the same reslult. I can't send it to the Samsung Service center due to flash counter = 1 and status modified.
I can goto download and recovery mode. Please advice!

torch screen? or you mean touch screen?
20th February 2013, 05:25 PM   |  #3  
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Re: Torch screen no respond after upgraded to I9305XXBMB2
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torch screen? or you mean touch screen?

Yes, no responsed, press power button and I can't off it. Removed battery to off. Look like the digitizer was faulty. Due to flash counter = 1 and void the warranty.

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21st February 2013, 08:38 AM   |  #4  
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Re: Torch screen no respond after upgraded to I9305XXBMB2
After factory reset, I have the bootup screen as shown, , all button on screen were no responded. Please advice. Before upgraded to mb3 firmware, everything was working.

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21st February 2013, 08:43 AM   |  #5  
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Re: Torch screen no respond after upgraded to I9305XXBMB2
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Originally Posted by timberwolf60

Need help! I used cf auto root for rooting on 4.1.1 JB was successful. Later I used mobile odin to upgrade to I9305XXBMB2 which was a Singapore ROM. Flashing was completed but with back screen. So I used pc odin flashed I9305XXBMB2 with success. but my torch screen was no responding upon reboot. Even I tried factory reset still with the same reslult. I can't send it to the Samsung Service center due to flash counter = 1. Downgraded to ma6 also with same results.
I can goto download and recovery mode. Please advice!


Edit:
In download mode:
Custom binary download : yes (1 counts)
Current binary :Samsung official
System Status : official

Try Emergency Firmware restore on Kies. If that is not successful then I guess you could flash CWM (non touch edition) and then try find a way to reset your flash counter in recovery or download mode then warranty it. If not then you will have to pay up, $210 here in Aus to get screen/digitalizer/frame repaired (built together) at a Samsung place & that also renews your warrenty

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21st February 2013, 12:41 PM   |  #6  
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Re: Torch screen no respond after upgraded to I9305XXBMB2
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Try Emergency Firmware restore on Kies. If that is not successful then I guess you could flash CWM (non touch edition) and then try find a way to reset your flash counter in recovery or download mode then warranty it. If not then you will have to pay up, $210 here in Aus to get screen/digitalizer/frame repaired (built together) at a Samsung place & that also renews your warrenty

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Thank for your replied which gave me hope. Can you kindly guide me or provided me some links, enabled me to started. Which cwm none torch version can reset counter. I tried the kies first.

Edit: kies updated to latest, some result.

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21st February 2013, 01:16 PM   |  #7  
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Thank for your replied which gave me hope. Can you kindly guide me or provided me some links, enabled me to started. Which cwm none torch version can reset counter. I tried the kies first.

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To reset the binary in download mode you need a USB jig (search to buy one online) or here is a guide for a DIY one:
http://www.androidtechno.info/2013/0...s3-to.html?m=1

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21st February 2013, 01:59 PM   |  #8  
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Re: Torch screen no respond after upgraded to I9305XXBMB2
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To reset the binary in download mode you need a USB jig (search to buy one online) or here is a guide for a DIY one:
http://www.androidtechno.info/2013/0...s3-to.html?m=1

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USB jig won't reset binary counter on i9305..... You need to install stock ROM & kernel and after that use new version of TA (Triangle Away)... Job done.

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21st February 2013, 02:21 PM   |  #9  
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USB jig won't reset binary counter on i9305..... You need to install stock ROM & kernel and after that use new version of TA (Triangle Away)... Job done.

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Thank for helping. My torch screen no responded. If TA have a non torch version it may help.

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21st February 2013, 02:30 PM   |  #10  
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Re: Torch screen no respond after upgraded to I9305XXBMB2
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Thank for helping. My torch screen no responded. If TA have a non torch version it may help.

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I don't think there is any Non-Touch version of TA.... unlucky
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since your phone is running stock ROM&kernel you can try USB jig, that's the Only thing left to try to get back your warranty. In my case jig won't reset counter but I'm using Custom ROM .... Can't remember how was it on stock. TA works for sure but must be installed first, you can't use your screen so jig is your last chance. ..

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