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30 THIS GUIDE IS INTENDED ONLY FOR THE 16GB GALAXY S2 I9100 (but a similar procedure can be applied to some other samsung devices) BIG THANKS TO USER HG42, ALL CREDITS GO TO HIM AS HE IS THE ONE THAT MADE THIS POSSIBLE. THE ORIGINAL GALAXY NOTE THR...
2 Glad it worked for you mate. Next time we'll think twice before flashing a leaked firmware. Sent from my GT-I9100 using xda premium
1 Unfortunately some people were lucky enough to only soft brick their phones when other hard bricked them. No solution for the hard bricked ones for now. Sent from my GT-I9100 using xda premium
1 yep :crying: arf man, you should have stick to the step by steps and just that. There is still little hope though, send a PM to hg42 explaining that you flashed his modified galaxy s2 pit file but that you did the same mistake again (that i did...
1 I tried both ways but i did not work Were you using the LQ5 kernel when you tried to wipe data after the PIT flash ? I hope you weren't.