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[Q] How to use Nand Erase All in Odin 3.07 on GS3

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2nd July 2012, 05:07 PM   |  #1  
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Hi guys. How can I erase the NAND using the 'NAND Erase All' options in Odin 3.07?

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Don't even think about ticking any box except "Auto Reboot" and "F. Reset Time".

Edit: unless you really know what you're doing. But by asking the question, obviously you're not.

There is a good chance of hard bricking your device!

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Originally Posted by UpInTheAir

Don't even think about ticking any box except "Auto Reboot" and "F. Reset Time".

Edit: unless you really know what you're doing. But by asking the question, obviously you're not.

There is a good chance of hard bricking your device!

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I need to erase the NAND because I have a problem there.
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Erase the Nand likely to lead to a totally dead phone with no warranty.

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Erase the Nand likely to lead to a totally dead phone with no warranty.

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Yes, but I have a issue on the NAND.

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What kind of problem are you talking about? Please explain what you want to do, why you think that your NAND has anything to do with it and what you did so far. Only then can we try to help you.

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Your phone is going to try to walk straight in to mordor if you fiddle with **** you don't understand

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Your phone is going to try to walk straight in to mordor if you fiddle with **** you don't understand

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this is funny. but sadly true...
14th August 2012, 09:51 PM   |  #10  
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Your phone is going to try to walk straight in to mordor if you fiddle with **** you don't understand

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.....and no one wants to loose their precious

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