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[Q] GALAXY S4 SGH-M919 Soft brick fix?

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3rd September 2014, 08:28 PM   |  #11  
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I'm on my phone at work without easy access to links, but if you Google "flash phone ROM with Odin" you will get many walkthroughs.

You were probably almost there with what you did in your first post. However you used an older version of the stock firmware than was on your phone so it failed. Get the KitKat firmware (NB4) and do what you originally tried.

I also recommend using at least Odin 3.07 though I know 3.09 works because I use it.

Basically boot phone to download mode, attach USB cable, let it recognize phone, open Odin, select your proper stock firmware in I think the second of the four places where you can specify the file, press start. Reboot when done.

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See here ... My attempt to post the link from tapatalk... Sorry if doesn't work...

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2816508

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You flash firmware in Odin, not ROMs.. Don't know if you guys are getting mixed up in this.. All you do is boot to download mode, connect to PC, open Odin, go to PDA, select your firmware and click start

I already did that and it doesnt go past the samsung boot screen, it doesnt go to recovery either, he might be right but the links of the mega website wont let me download the NB4
3rd September 2014, 10:21 PM   |  #12  
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I already did that and it doesnt go past the samsung boot screen, it doesnt go to recovery either, he might be right but the links of the mega website wont let me download the NB4

Search for fenny's fixed NB4 firmware and flash that
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