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[Q] Phone stuck on ''GT-S7650M'' and won't boot into recovery mode, what to do?

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By FackMeSwagmaster, Junior Member on 13th May 2014, 10:50 PM
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Title says everything... Help
 
 
13th May 2014, 11:58 PM |#2  
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Well, it doesn't say everything...What rom/android version are you using? What recovery? Did you flash something before it got stuck?

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14th May 2014, 01:46 AM |#3  
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if you can on download mode than flash stock rom using odin
14th May 2014, 07:53 PM |#4  
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I have a Samsung Galaxy Ace II X (GT-7560M) and I was on android Ice Cream Sandwich, and I had CWM recovery and I think I was trying to flash CyanogenMod, and now it's in a bootloop and I can nor access Recovery nor access Download Mode... It just keeps bootlooping.
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I have a Samsung Galaxy Ace II X (GT-7560M) and I was on android Ice Cream Sandwich, and I had CWM recovery and I think I was trying to flash CyanogenMod, and now it's in a bootloop and I can nor access Recovery nor access Download Mode... It just keeps bootlooping.

You need to reboot into download mode to flash a stock firmware with odin, like @Vaibhav Chauhan said. Have you tried to pull off the battery and then rebooting into recovery/download mode?

Anyway, HERE is a thread that might help you. Post #1 has guides to use ODIN and post #2 has download links for the stock firmware.
15th May 2014, 12:24 AM |#6  
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Like I said... I can't get into download mode nor recovery mode.
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Like I said... I can't get into download mode nor recovery mode.

If you can't get into ANY mode, then you're probably screwed. Maybe a USB jig would work? If not, tell a white lie to the Samsung repair centre...
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Alright well, I tried the USB jig today and nothing much happened. Yesterday when I tried to enter in Download Mode, it went in a black screen and then shut off. Same thing happens with the USB jig. What's interesting though is that it connects to the PC for a brief moment, but not enough for ODIN to lock it and flash it, it disconnects after like 5 seconds.
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