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Default [Q] I downloaded archidroid ROM, after a few days my phone stuck...

today my battery went down to zero and then my phone stuck on the menu screen.
i rebooted but then my phone got stucked on the samsung galaxy 3 logo.
i tryed to wipe files and catche but it didnt helped,
i tryed to install the ROM again but it didnt helped...
i can get to the recovery and download mode, but my phone still stuck on the stuped logo...
what to do?

sry if i have spelling mistakes...
 
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You have corrupted one or more partitions, try a factory reset after flashing your custom rom again.

If that doesn't work then use Odin to flash a stock firmware, then factory reset.

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You have corrupted one or more partitions, try a factory reset after flashing your custom rom again.

If that doesn't work then use Odin to flash a stock firmware, then factory reset.

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sorry but what "flash a stock firmware means?"
how do i do that?
do you have links?

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Go read the sticky thread in general forum, you are missing basic information.

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Go read the sticky thread in general forum, you are missing basic information.

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ok so i should download the firmware achieve from my area

then i just flash original ROM?

this is the instruction page: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gala...overy-t2323847

then im done?
i need to change the recovery thing too?
or i can just start from procces 4?
 
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i did what u told me

i used odin to flash

then it stucked on samsung logo

so i went to the recovery, and i wiped the things

but it didnt helped, it still stucked on the samsung logo..

i noticed some red lines in the recovery that says

"failed to mount /efs(invalid argument"

what is that means?
 
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i did what u told me

i used odin to flash

then it stucked on samsung logo

so i went to the recovery, and i wiped the things

but it didnt helped, it still stucked on the samsung logo..

i noticed some red lines in the recovery that says

"failed to mount /efs(invalid argument"

what is that means?
Means you screwed the efs partition when flashing an incompatible modem with your efs version.

If you flashed a 4.1.2 firmware and got that error, try and flash a mg4 or above modem to see if it gets solved. Or flash a 4.3 firmware altogether.

Read rootSU post on efs, it's a must.

Of you ever backed up your efs or used twrp recovery to make a nandroid backup (which also backs up efs) you might get it back by restoring it.

Otherwise, a patched kernel, modem or ariza patch would be the last available choice before sending to repair.
 
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Means you screwed the efs partition when flashing an incompatible modem with your efs version.

If you flashed a 4.1.2 firmware and got that error, try and flash a mg4 or above modem to see if it gets solved. Or flash a 4.3 firmware altogether.

Read rootSU post on efs, it's a must.

Of you ever backed up your efs or used twrp recovery to make a nandroid backup (which also backs up efs) you might get it back by restoring it.

Otherwise, a patched kernel, modem or ariza patch would be the last available choice before sending to repair.

can you explain or give me some links how to do that?
 
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can you explain or give me some links how to do that?
I mean, go to the stickies in the general section and read. They're there for a reason, including steps before rooting, flashing, information on the efs partition, and pretty much everything else you could have done to avoid the situation you're facing right now.

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