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Can someone help me with this problem? I wrongly flashed FW for my Galaxy Note 1 N7000 using stock Samsung Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean FW 4.1.2.
The screen became blank but still responsive (I can hear the sound of unlocking the device). Manage to get into download mode (Volume Down - Home - Power and then push Volume Up).
Flash again using stock 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware for N7000 but the problem still occurred. Responsive but the screen still blank. May I know how to fix this problem? Thank you in advance for your kind help and suggestion.
 
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Hi,

Can someone help me with this problem? I wrongly flashed FW for my Galaxy Note 1 N7000 using stock Samsung Galaxy S2 Jelly Bean FW 4.1.2.
The screen became blank but still responsive (I can hear the sound of unlocking the device). Manage to get into download mode (Volume Down - Home - Power and then push Volume Up).
Flash again using stock 4.1.2 Jelly Bean firmware for N7000 but the problem still occurred. Responsive but the screen still blank. May I know how to fix this problem? Thank you in advance for your kind help and suggestion.

Do I need to re-partition it? re flash the boot loader? anyone?
 
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try again to re flash stock fw using odin., uncheck the repartition,.
 
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