Originally Posted by M1k3Carson1369
A-effin'-MAZING!! I CAN'T THANK YOU ALL ENOUGH!
I CAN'T BELIEVE THAT WORKED!
I couldn't resist recording my first attempt. BOY I WAS SURPRISED!!
*For The Record; Shabby is correct, you don't have to be plugged into any external power source, for this to work...
**ALSO!; The Stock ROM may not always be needed, depending on the individual and their case's circumstances...
I've had ppl tell me that no matter what, they try turning on their phone(SGN2/SGN3/SGS4) and it automatically goes into download mode(without showing the warning screen)... So since it wouldn't boot system OR Recovery, I'd try Button-Combo into ODIN-mode, and press Volume-down at the warning screen, and system would boot!
I Had a hunch that might work in this case, and it DID! lol.
Now I'm just trying to put the unbrick.img onto the sdcard I wrote it to... I can't seem to get MTP up, through USB, though ADB works fine...
**EDIT: I forgot, that before I Bricked it, I had the USB settings to DM+MODEM+ADB, cause I WAS unlocking it...
(until a slip of a click and I wrote a backup of the NVdata to the EFS... =/ )
But, after I put the sdcard into my laptop, realized there's not nearly enough room to copy the .img to it...
***SO.... How am I supposed to be able to "dd if=/sdcard/unbrick.img of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=1024 count=168960"?
I can't put the .img on the sd? Do I put it on the internal? or do I put it on another sdcard and put it in??
**** ACTUALLY, NVM.... THAT'S what I'm gonna do! XD ha
root@hltetmo:/ # dd if=/storage/extSdCard/unbrick.img of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=1024
ck.img of=/dev/mmcblk0 bs=1024 count=168960 <
168960+0 records in
168960+0 records out
173015040 bytes transferred in 9.488 secs (18235143 bytes/sec)
i was trying to unbrick sm-n900w8, using debrick.img file
dd if=/Users/Shah/Desktop/debrick.img of=/dev/disk1s1 bs=1024 count=168960
131072+0 records in
131072+0 records out
134217728 bytes transferred in 120.770862 secs (1111342 bytes/sec)
after writing on sd card, put the card in phone then battery, trying to turn it on but still no luck