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Default Stuck on boot screen... download mode still works.

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This morning my GT-N8000 wouldn't boot. It's stuck on the boot screen displaying "Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1".

I pressed the power button for a while making the device reboot and pressed power & vol-down to enter download mode. Download mode is working so I loaded Odin and the device was recognized so I flashed stock ROM with success. Flash went well and it reached 100% and no error messages from Odin and the Note 10.1 rebooted as expected. BUT... it's still stuck on boot screen.

Is it possible to make a hard reset somehow? Maybe while it's connected to the computer somehow?

I suppose I will have to send it in for repairs

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Go first to recovery Mode (Power + Volume Up) and make a Factory Reset, After this CLEAR CACHE. Reboot and maybe thats it. If not, Flash now again with odin.

Your Data and Setting are all delete after this, but i dont know a other Way :-\

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Go first to recovery Mode (Power + Volume Up) and make a Factory Reset, After this CLEAR CACHE. Reboot and maybe thats it. If not, Flash now again with odin.

Your Data and Setting are all delete after this, but i dont know a other Way :-\

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Power+Vol up will not bring up recovery mode on mine... are you sure it does on yours?
 
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Okay.... Switch off the Note.
Hold down Power and Volume Up, if you see the Boot Logo, hold only the "volume up" down and release the power button until you see the Android symbol

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Okay.... Switch off the Note.
Hold down Power and Volume Up, if you see the Boot Logo, hold only the "volume up" down and release the power button until you see the Android symbol

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I have the same problem, my GNote is stuck on the "Samsung Galaxy Note" screen.

I've tried to switch off the note, but the screen goes off for one second and it lights up again at the same screen.
If I plug the USB cable and try to switch it off, the note goes to the battery charging screen.

Odin seems to "connect" with the table.

I can enter the download mode and just that. I can't enter the recovery.

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I have the same problem, my GNote is stuck on the "Samsung Galaxy Note" screen.

I've tried to switch off the note, but the screen goes off for one second and it lights up again at the same screen.
If I plug the USB cable and try to switch it off, the note goes to the battery charging screen.

Odin seems to "connect" with the table.

I can enter the download mode and just that. I can't enter the recovery.

Attached pictures of qhat I get.

Any sugestions?
Did you try to flash stock firmware when in download mode and connected to odin?
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Solved doing this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2620782
 
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What if you dont have a backup of your tablet?
 
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What if you dont have a backup of your tablet?
Then i guess the only way would be to flash a stock firmware using odin, eg the one it came with from the factory.
You should be able to download a stock firmware from SamFirmware, after you have created a free account....
 
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Unhappy umm...

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Then i guess the only way would be to flash a stock firmware using odin, eg the one it came with from the factory.
You should be able to download a stock firmware from SamFirmware, after you have created a free account....
if you look at my thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2619555
it shows you that i have already tried this method your telling me about and all it says is "Fail" :/
Any other suggestions?

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