Originally Posted by skrcer1
What can I do to fix this problem?
Why are you starting multiple threads about this issue? And for that matter why didn't you provide half of these details when we were replying to your other thread about this?
Odin and other utilities will do real damage to your phone if it is a clone. So has already been explained in your other thread, you need to first determine if you have a clone or not. If and only if your phone is authentic
, then you can use Odin to recover.
Odin is well known as temperamental with respect to USB timing, so you need to pay attention to Odin tutorials for a successful write. And yes, you ought to be using a PIT file. And if you have actually soft bricked your phone or incurred any partition damage, must
use a PIT file to recover. The PIT file needs to be matched to the firmware image that you are writing which in practical terms means three criteria, model e.g. 900F, ROM size e.g. 16 GB and the carrier.
Do not use Kies, use Odin v 3.09 and you could do worse than search my post history for sound advice as to how to use Odin effectively. If you have any follow up questions or at least ones that you'd like me to address, pose them in your original thread.