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OP Shahrul Sharky

6th May 2014, 10:40 AM   |  #1  
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Hello guys,I have problem that I can't solved...and the problem is..


I downloaded Rom Toolbox long ago,and last time I didn't knew about BootAnimations and all the root sources...

And yesterday I tried to use the Font Installer in the Rom Toolbox itself..and I pick my font and it asked to reboot(so that changes will be applied) so I rebooted...after a while I rebooted,I waited about 5 minutes when it rebooted and booted..and it was STUCKED AT THE SAMSUNG LOGO,flashing...UNTIL TODAY,I tried TAKING OUT THE BATTERY,WIPING CACHE PARTITION and WIPING DATA/FACTORY RESET and I on my Galaxy Note,it is still STUCKED AT THE SAMSUNG LOGO FLASHING...did I just bricked my device or what?If my DEVICE is bricked,I totally blame Rom Toolbox for this..WHAT am I SUPPOSED TO DO XDA????I'M VERY SAD...

I want to play my GBA(GAMEBOY ADVANCE) EMULATOR ON MY GALAXY NOTEEEE,but this problem F*CK ME up!

PLEASEEEE I NEEED A REPLY (

IS my device bricked?

-Samsung Galaxy Note
6th May 2014, 11:07 AM   |  #2  
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I assume you soft bricked your Galaxy Note.
Have a look at this thread.

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6th May 2014, 11:46 AM   |  #3  
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Without knowing WHICH Galaxy Note you have or which update it is on, then it's hard to provide you with the correct guide to fix your issue. But a factory reset didn't help anything because you made a change to the /system and the factory reset wipes /data (except /data/media). It's not Rom Toolbox's fault. You accept the risk whenever you decide to mod your phone. Sucks, but hopefully this will be lesson learned and next time you decide to change something in the system, you should do a nandroid backup. You would have been fixed back up in about 10 minutes if you would have had one.

The guide Riir posted is essentially correct, but the files might change depending on if you have the international, Korean, AT&T, or T-Mobile version or whatever other variants they have of it.
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