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yesterday my p7510 Tab won't boot...
i had tried all the combinations before, to get into download mode, nothing helped

so i searched and found this thread, thanks!


I tried to put some clear tape on the power button and BAM it began to boot normal.

i flashed stock ICS and after that i was flashing cm10.1 nightly (the 4.2.1 version) and the A1 Kernel all went pretty flawless i was so happy to have Android 4.2 on my beloved tablet, until a few hours later, black screen and no response on power or other buttons...

so today i sticked again clear tape and wait for the tab to run out of power from about 80%

i really hope i can fix it again and will stay on Stock ICS for a while...
Hahaha. So it got fixed but then it died again. Owch. Well on the other side I've decided to keep mine on CM10 despite how laggy I feel it is at times. Sure the stock ICS works wonders but they're way back on updates

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yeah you're right!

all i want is a stable android tablet experience...

the really annoying thing is that i cannont tell where this "sleep of death" is coming from and how to avoid it...
 
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yeah you're right!

all i want is a stable android tablet experience...

the really annoying thing is that i cannont tell where this "sleep of death" is coming from and how to avoid it...
Thing is when you turn on the tab it lags so hard. But then when you let it go on it resumes to be speedy. I hate to admit it that despite how fast jellybean is, samsung tucked us over.

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My Tab began to boot, out of nowhere... While I was sitting next to it on my computer... :sly:

tried to get it in download mode, i saw some red error messages, usb write faild was suddenly was the result for tying to flash a stock rom...

what can i do? wait for the tab to drain completly and try again flashing with odin?
 
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My Tab began to boot, out of nowhere... While I was sitting next to it on my computer... :sly:

tried to get it in download mode, i saw some red error messages, usb write faild was suddenly was the result for tying to flash a stock rom...

what can i do? wait for the tab to drain completly and try again flashing with odin?
Just as long as you can get it to download mode just flash the rom again. It's a failed attempt

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Still not able to boot into download

The tab seems not to be fully drained yet. Wonder how long it will take...

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Still not able to boot into download

The tab seems not to be fully drained yet. Wonder how long it will take...

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Half a day at worst

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well, still not able to get into download mode or any other thing, neither the pc is recognizing it...
 
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Ok, mine is something weird ANY HELP WOULD REALLY BE APPRECIATED.

My GT-P7500 won't boot up at all It will stay on the boot logo. I can only access download mode. I've tried Flashing various gt-p7500 stock firmwares from 'samfirmware' via ODIN. by various i mean A LOT! like ICS stock, HC Stock, of dif regions..

I am not even able to access recovery, as soon as i select recovery from fastboot the screen goes black till infinity!

Anybody else having this kind of problem?
Current Device - Google Nexus 5

Past Devices -
HTC One - Sold
HTC One X - Sold
HTC AMAZE 4G - Sold
HTC DESIRE S - Sold
HTC HERO - Sold
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I found a fastest way to get to download mode with my soft brick tab. Just today was able to flash stock firmware using the combo. Done it like 4 times and I think i have learned the pattern.


You have to have APX driver installed.

1. When you plug in your tab you will see the APX device connected icon.
2. Pressing POWER button and count to 9 which will reset the APX device connection. Continue pressing the POWER button and press Down volume.
3. When the APX device is not connected count to 2 and instantly release the POWER button.

Hope it works for you, because works every time for me. I tried flashing back to stock ROM but when I turn off my device and boot it up,
it wont boot up. Doing the same combo every time I power up my device.

Hope there is a FIX..

Im back to stock honeycomb.

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