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[q] chainfire 3d bricked my bootting

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By Yabee, Junior Member on 26th June 2014, 01:54 PM
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Hi guys..
I ve rooted my quattro by Kingo root methed.
and i installed chainfire 3D, while installing driver it says " IT MAY STOP REBOOTING YOUR DEVICE" but i tried.....
But now my mobile stopped rebooting... whenever i try to start the logo "samsung galaxy grand quattro" comes and still stands...
is it died?
 
 
26th June 2014, 02:35 PM |#2  
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Hi guys..
I ve rooted my quattro by Kingo root methed.
and i installed chainfire 3D, while installing driver it says " IT MAY STOP REBOOTING YOUR DEVICE" but i tried.....
But now my mobile stopped rebooting... whenever i try to start the logo "samsung galaxy grand quattro" comes and still stands...
is it died?

Try flashing it using odin
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26th June 2014, 05:25 PM |#3  
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CHAINFIRE 3D IS NOT TO BE USED ON JELLYBEAN WHY DON'T PEOPLE UNDERSTAND IT IS NOT FOR 4.0+😠

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28th June 2014, 11:42 AM |#4  
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GOT SOLUTION ( Chainfire 3D softbrick on samsung)
Please follow this instruction carefully

After you follow this:

... Download ADB here: url
...1. extract the file you just download
...2. put it in C: (so you can access it easily)
...3. you can rename it (you can name it anything you want but we will use "Android-adb" in this tutorial)
...4. open SDK Manager.exe
...5. make sure that Android SDK tools, Android SDK Platform-tools, Android SDK Build-tools and Google USB Driver is installed

Then you follow this:

>reboot your phone in recovery mode (remember, ONLY IN RECOVERY MODE, DONT CONTINUE TO "APPLY UPDATE ADB", JUST STAY IN RECOVERY MODE)
>plug in your devices in USB,
>go to CMD (command prompt)
>type this: "cd c:\Android-adb\sdk\platform-tools" without quotes / quotemarks
>type "adb" without quotes / quotemarks
>type "adb shell" without quotes / quotemarks
>it will automatically type "shell@android:/ $" so continue it with typing "su" after that, so it will be seen like: "shell@android:/ $ su"
>it will automatically type for you again, "root@android: #" so continue it with typing "system/lib/cf3d_uninstal.sh" after that, so it will be seen like "root@android:/ # /system/lib/cf3d_uninstall.sh"
>ignoring all the fail and your device will rebooted and just fine

If you followed the instruction carefully, the CMD will seen like this

htt*p://s29.*postimg.*org/*tgq844hzb/*dev.*png
(delete all the "*")
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11th August 2014, 08:02 AM |#5  
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Originally Posted by Yabee

Please follow this instruction carefully

After you follow this:

... Download ADB here: url
...1. extract the file you just download
...2. put it in C: (so you can access it easily)
...3. you can rename it (you can name it anything you want but we will use "Android-adb" in this tutorial)
...4. open SDK Manager.exe
...5. make sure that Android SDK tools, Android SDK Platform-tools, Android SDK Build-tools and Google USB Driver is installed

Then you follow this:

>reboot your phone in recovery mode (remember, ONLY IN RECOVERY MODE, DONT CONTINUE TO "APPLY UPDATE ADB", JUST STAY IN RECOVERY MODE)
>plug in your devices in USB,
>go to CMD (command prompt)
>type this: "cd c:\Android-adb\sdk\platform-tools" without quotes / quotemarks
>type "adb" without quotes / quotemarks
>type "adb shell" without quotes / quotemarks
>it will automatically type "shell@android:/ $" so continue it with typing "su" after that, so it will be seen like: "shell@android:/ $ su"
>it will automatically type for you again, "root@android: #" so continue it with typing "system/lib/cf3d_uninstal.sh" after that, so it will be seen like "root@android:/ # /system/lib/cf3d_uninstall.sh"
>ignoring all the fail and your device will rebooted and just fine

If you followed the instruction carefully, the CMD will seen like this

htt*p://s29.*postimg.*org/*tgq844hzb/*dev.*png
(delete all the "*")

Before you run the uninstall.sh script you may need to remount the /system partition in read/write mode with the following command. On my OneTouch 5020T the /system partition is in read-only mode.

This command will place it in read/write mode:

mount -oremount,rw /system

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