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ATT Galaxy S3 Root Failed, won't boot up. No command

OP prexium01

20th April 2014, 11:43 PM   |  #1  
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So I recently got the Galaxy S5 and decided to root my old Galaxy S3. It's ATT, and runnign 4.3. The root failed, I had to pull batter because of loop. It now won't boot fully into the Android OS. I plug it into a charger, and the battery symbol comes up for a second. Then dissapears. Then comes back, so on and so forth forever. *Sometimes* I can get it to boot into recover. It shows a dead android, red triangle, and says something about 'No command' and then turns off. I think I may have tripped Knox. Is there any way to recover this phone?
21st April 2014, 12:23 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by prexium01

So I recently got the Galaxy S5 and decided to root my old Galaxy S3. It's ATT, and runnign 4.3. The root failed, I had to pull batter because of loop. It now won't boot fully into the Android OS. I plug it into a charger, and the battery symbol comes up for a second. Then dissapears. Then comes back, so on and so forth forever. *Sometimes* I can get it to boot into recover. It shows a dead android, red triangle, and says something about 'No command' and then turns off. I think I may have tripped Knox. Is there any way to recover this phone?

If you can boot into download mode you can recover it with odin or kies

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21st April 2014, 02:13 AM   |  #3  
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If you can boot into download mode you can recover it with odin or kies

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Thanks, I got it recovered
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