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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 stuck on battery screen

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Default Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 stuck on battery screen

Yesterday I bought a Samsung galaxy tab and when I got home tried to update it but when it was rebooting it got stuck on this galaxy tab logo. I tried to go into recovery mode to factory restore it but instead it showed an image that it was updating but after 100% and android image with a red warning triangle. Then it took me back to the galaxy screen. I then proceed it to go to Odin mode but it wouldn't detect it. When I was in Odin mode it said this: Costume binary: Yes (1 count) Current binary: costume. I then turned it off for 30 minutes then it didn't turned on at all so I put it to charge over night and now it doesn't do anything but shut down or stay in a battery image. I apologize if I post it wrong its my first time doing this. Thank you

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Your best option would be to go to the galaxy tab 2 7.0 forum. This is for the original gtab 7.0. They could give you the best advice and correct roms.

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