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[Q] Samsung Galaxy S4 M919 can't get past PIT partition

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That did the trick all right!

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Reverting the modem before flashing the stock firmware fixed your problem? Awesome!
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Hold the power button and the volume up button and try booting into recovery,

Wipe cache
3 times

Wipe dalvik
3 times

Wipe system
3 times

Reflash rom
1 time

Wipe cache
At least 1 time

Reboot or

Flash gapps
(Only if needed)

If that doesn't help, then maybe try a different rom?


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I had the same problem but when i tried to flash the lastest firmware its stock on samsung logo... anyone can help me?
I'm assuming you're flashing the stock firmware via Odin... if that's the case, simply factory reset via stock recovery and you should be good to go.
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I'm assuming you're flashing the stock firmware via Odin... if that's the case, simply factory reset via stock recovery and you should be good to go.
I tried but it dosnt show recovery.. I flash a recovery but it dossnt boot on recovery. It show samsung galaxy but the screen turn in black.. I think that maybe it a board problem.

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I tried but it dosnt show recovery.. I flash a recovery but it dossnt boot on recovery. It show samsung galaxy but the screen turn in black.. I think that maybe it a board problem.

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Try re-flashing the stock firmware in Odin. Don't flash a custom recovery at this point, just the stock firmware. Once it passes in Odin, power it off. Hold Power + Volume Up while powering up. It should show the Galaxy S4 screen with "Booting Recovery" in the upper-left.
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Yes it say that on blue letters but dosnt show the recovery menu

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Yes it say that on blue letters but dosnt show the recovery menu

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Ah. Well I don't know what to say; perhaps someone else may know? Sorry and good luck.
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Ah. Well I don't know what to say; perhaps someone else may know? Sorry and good luck.
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