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Default [Q] Galaxy s3 stuck write NAND

Hello

I was trying to flash an stock ROM in my i9300 when it got stucked and i bricked my phone.

Now when i try to flash a rom or a kernel odin gets stuck at "NAND Write Start". I tried to flash a PIT first with only repartition checked and them flash a kernel with the pit and auto boot and F reset chechek (saw this mehtod in a forum ). When a flashed the pit odin said pass but when i try to do the kernel odins gets stuck at setting up connection

Can someone help please??


( tried to take of the baterry, reboot the pc, tried all drives, installed drivers again, and i am not running kies on second plane)
 
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Visit the rescue firmware thread:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...35&postcount=6

Follow the instructions exactly, if that doesn't work then you've damaged the nand and need a new motherboard.

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I wil try thank you for the answer
 
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Sorry, but the download link is dead, do you know where can i find a similiar link
 
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I was able to find it and flash it and everything went all right, my IMEI changed!!!


Is there anything i can do restore my original IMEI???
 
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If you flashed an rom earlier than EMG then update to EMG, if you are on a later rom then your efs partition is probably corrupt after your brick.

If so then restore the backup of efs you made before you flashed, there is no other way to regain imei number apart from a service centre.

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