[Q] Flashing samsung logo
So I decided to unroot my phone via flashing the stock firmware T999UVDMD5_T999TMBDMD5_T999UVDMD5_HOME.tar.md5 for my T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy S3 through Odin. Then, once it rebooted, it was stuck on the flashing Samsung logo. I took out the battery and tried accessing recovery mode, but all it did was just showed turned itself off. I was still able to access download mode, so I tried flashing the stock firmware again, still didn't work. Then, I tried flashing CWM to see if it would open up access to my recovery mode. Nothing changed, so then I tried to root it again by flashing CF-Auto-Root-d2tmo-d2tmo-sght999.tar.md5. Nothing changed, so I tried to flash the stock firmware one last time. Even through all the efforts I still was stuck on the flashing Samsung logo and still was able to have access to download mode. I looked at what it said on the Downloading... screen and this is what it said:
PRODUCT NAME: SGH-T999
CUSTOM BINARY DOWNLOAD: Yes (4 counts)
CURRENT BINARY: Samsung Official
SYSTEM STATUS: Official
QUALCOMM SECUREBOOT: ENABLE
Is my phone as good as gone? Or is there some sort of hope that I just haven't looked into yet?
Thank you so much for your help!