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UnBrickable SD necromancy- Totally restore your device.

9th January 2013, 05:33 PM |#21  
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so nice.

would send u may sgs2 but living in germany

watched a few disassembly vids on youtube and saw that it is easier to disassembly the s3 than the s2.
but it should be still easy to do

is there any special sd card needed like a special brand oder speed?

/ what i dont get. how long should i connect the rasistors with the wire? during i push the power button? then i should see a countdown on the display?

could not understand everything. i think a vid tutorial would be more useful

anyways great job adam
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9th February 2013, 04:53 PM |#22  
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Hi, has anyone successfully managed this? I've followed all the steps and have managed to get the recovery back onto my device but the PIT file doesn't work. Am getting this ;

<ID:0/017> Odin v.3 engine (ID:17)..
<ID:0/017> File analysis..
<ID:0/017> SetupConnection..
<ID:0/017> Initialzation..
<ID:0/017> Get PIT for mapping..
<ID:0/017>
<ID:0/017> There is no PIT partition.
<OSM> All threads completed. (succeed 0 / failed 1)


Thanks in advance!
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15th March 2013, 02:02 PM |#23  
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Will this method work on the Verizon variant?
19th June 2013, 08:59 AM |#24  
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Where is the pit file? I did everything according to your instruction. I installed firmware without pit file. Everything is ok, but when i dont use my camera after one day it freeze and does not boot? What happen, i dont know Can you help me?
28th June 2013, 04:28 PM |#25  
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Originally Posted by andybfmv96

I know the first few posts said the mod will work on the s3.. but since the US versions don't have exynos, I have to ask will this work on the US versions? Including Verizon?

OP says it is successful on vzw


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6th July 2013, 10:00 AM |#26  
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Will this work on att galaxy s3 and do i use the files posted in the op

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Running from SD card
Hi,

I managed to damage my i9300 board so that now, even without a short on the resistor, my phone skips the eMMC and goes directly to the SD card.
The damage happened when I tried to revive it from the "SDS" state, and used the Samsung service center solution.
I now get 3 lines of texts saying its tries to copy the sloader to the eMMC and fails (because my eMMC is now officially dead)

My question:

Can I ran the whole system from SD?
I imagine that my IEMI is lost, so it will never work as a phone, but a nice media player or a development platform could be useful.
I don't know much about this, but my guess is that if I can partition the SD the same way the eMMC is partitioned, and put everything on it - it should run.

I have a version of ODIN, that has a "t-flash" option, and I have a working i9300.

How do you suggest I go about making a "bootable" SD card?
and even more important - how do I protect my working i9300 from being bricked while I try this...? (If you have a solution that does not involve it - it will be the preferred one!)

Thanks,
Arik.
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hi, I've got bricked sgs3 i9300 and would like to unbrick it with this method. I got stuck on resistor shortage - can anybody show me the proper resistor on i9300 board? Or it's yet unknown?

Can i try with the resistor R313 from [Galaxy S III][IMPORTANT] GT-I9300 Hard Brick Fix ?
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6th August 2013, 10:10 PM |#29  
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hi, I've got bricked sgs3 i9300 and would like to unbrick it with this method. I got stuck on resistor shortage - can anybody show me the proper resistor on i9300 board? Or it's yet unknown?

Can i try with the resistor R313 from [Galaxy S III][IMPORTANT] GT-I9300 Hard Brick Fix ?

it should work if you try the R313
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