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[Q] brick? Galaxy S3

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26th April 2014, 09:23 AM   |  #1  
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Hi everyone , I need your help.

This morning I rebooted the phone itself and got stuck on the boot logo Galaxy SIII . I use CM 11, one of the last nightly. I can get into CWM ( v.6.0.4.3 ) and into DOWNLOAD mode.

After reboot CWM writes :

E: Can not mount / cache / recovery / command
E: Can not mount / cache / recovery / log
E: Can not open / cache / recovery / log
E: Can not mount / cache / recovery / last_log
E: Can not open / cache / recovery / last_log

I tried to wipe data / factory reset + wipe cache + wipe Dalvik and nothing. I tried to install a new rom via CWM nothing. Installation via ODIN also see nothing = FAIL screen . I tried original ROM I9300XXUGMJ9_I9300VFGGMJ5_I9300BUUGMJ3_HOME.tar.md 5



Odin writes :

<ID:0/007> Added !
<OSM> Enter CS for MD5 ..
<OSM> Check MD5 .. Do not unplug the cable ..
<OSM> Please wait ..
<OSM> I9300XXUGMJ9_I9300VFGGMJ5_I9300BUUGMJ3_HOME.tar.md 5 is valid .
<OSM> Checking MD5 finished Sucessfully ..
<OSM> Leave CS ..
<ID:0/007> Odin v.3 engine (ID : 7 ) ..
<ID:0/007> File analysis ..
<ID:0/007> SetupConnection ..
<ID:0/007> Initialzation ..
<ID:0/007> Get PIT for mapping ..
<ID:0/007> Firmware update start ..
<ID:0/007> boot.img
<ID:0/007> NAND Write Start !
<ID:0/007>
<ID:0/007> Complete ( Write) operation failed .
<OSM> All threads completed. ( succeed 0 / failed 1 )

Please any advice.
26th April 2014, 10:18 AM   |  #2  
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Not good, sounds like nand failure. Try the rescue firmware in general forum, follow the instructions exactly as it includes a pit file.

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I use this http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...35&postcount=6 RESCUE FIRMWARE SGSIII I9300, but it did not help.

Odin show this:

26th April 2014, 02:26 PM   |  #4  
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Sorry, new motherboard required. Warranty should cover if still available and flash counter is zero.

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Sorry, new motherboard required. Warranty should cover if still available and flash counter is zero.

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Warranty is still valid, but my counter flash is 13. How it reset in this case?
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Not possible in this case, triangle away runs from inside the rom.

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And via ADB? I find this:

Here are the commands to reset the flash counter.

adb shell
su
echo -n '\x00' | dd obs=1 count=1 seek=4193796 of=/dev/block/mmcblk0

The '\x00' portion tells it to reset to to 0.


I try this via ADB and dont work...

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Quote:
Originally Posted by ORBITH

And via ADB? I find this:

Here are the commands to reset the flash counter.

adb shell
su
echo -n '\x00' | dd obs=1 count=1 seek=4193796 of=/dev/block/mmcblk0

The '\x00' portion tells it to reset to to 0.


I try this via ADB and dont work...

Of course it doesn't since you have no working ROM with USB debugging enabled. Yesterday I learned that philz recovery provides ADB access from recovery, try to flash that one: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...touch-t2002953

Also try to flash stock recovery and perform format /data/ and factory reset. Sometimes stock recovery manages to fix this issue.

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