[Q] Trying to restore to stock, stuck in bootloop when trying to enter recovery mode
Hey guys. I just got a Galaxy Note 10.1 WiFi for Christmas (GT-n8013). I downloaded Cyanogenmod 10.2 on it to play around, but decided I wanted to go back to stock. However, something has gone horribly wrong. I flashed the stock ROM via ODIN and that seemed to work, but my device then went into a bootloop. I get the Samsung boot logo, and then an Android with a spinning blue object in his chest with a download bar. The download bar hangs at about 1/5 of the way, and then the device resets. I am unable to post images due to new user rules.
That download bar does not move past that point. It hangs there for a minute or so and then reboots, shows the "Samsung Note 10.1" boot logo, goes to this download again, then freezes and reboots. I am able to get into download mode, which shows that my device is on stock firmware, but the custom binary count remains at 1 (which I've read is due to installing ClockworkRecoveryMod?).
I am unable to boot into recovery mode. I get the aforementioned bootloop. I've attempted to flash the stock recovery with ODIN, and though it says it's successful, I continue to get a bootloop. My computer is also unable to recognize the USB device when bootlooping, even though ODIN says I have the correct drivers installed.
Sorry I can't link directly to the images, the forums won't let me. I'm definitely in way over my head here and would really appreciate some help. Thank you!