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[Q] Stuck on Yellow Sprint Screen can not fix with ODIN

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15th May 2014, 03:13 AM |#11  
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I'm able to download it at home (currently at 10%). I'll upload it to Dropbox when it's done and PM you the link.

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thanks a lot!

My upload speed is atrocious, so it might be a few hours (it's a large file!)
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My upload speed is atrocious, so it might be a few hours (it's a large file!)

it stuck on the yellow screen for like 3 minutes and i was sad.... than it worked! THANKS SO MUCH!!!! it all worked greatly. i appreciate everyones help!
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Yeah. On a full stock Odin flash, things need a little longer to initialize and set up at the first boot. Even after you boot up completely, it takes awhile for everything to finish and settle down.
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