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[Q] Note 2 Stuck on a Bootloop

18th May 2014, 05:58 PM   |  #1  
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So my galaxy note 2 is continously bootlooping. As soon as I insert the battery into the phone, it shows the galaxy note 2 screen and a couple seconds later the same. I can't enter download mode because when I click the Volume+ button to enter it, it starts from the galaxy note 2 screen.

I had flashed cyanogen mod 11 to my phone a couple months back, but it was working fine. Today morning some water got on it, but I dried it of and it was working fine.

PLEASE HELP! THANK YOU!
18th May 2014, 06:09 PM   |  #2  
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So my galaxy note 2 is continously bootlooping. As soon as I insert the battery into the phone, it shows the galaxy note 2 screen and a couple seconds later the same. I can't enter download mode because when I click the Volume+ button to enter it, it starts from the galaxy note 2 screen.

I had flashed cyanogen mod 11 to my phone a couple months back, but it was working fine. Today morning some water got on it, but I dried it of and it was working fine.

PLEASE HELP! THANK YOU!

try wiping data and cache then try to reboot
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try wiping data and cache then try to reboot

How shall I do that?
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How shall I do that?

you can that options in cwn recovery mode
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you can that options in cwn recovery mode

But I can't enter recovery mode..maybe I forgot to mention that.
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But I can't enter recovery mode..maybe I forgot to mention that.

means you have hard brick your phone
check if you are able to turn on download mode
if you are able to do that then flash the stock rom of your phone
19th May 2014, 07:52 PM   |  #7  
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So my galaxy note 2 is continously bootlooping. As soon as I insert the battery into the phone, it shows the galaxy note 2 screen and a couple seconds later the same. I can't enter download mode because when I click the Volume+ button to enter it, it starts from the galaxy note 2 screen.

I had flashed cyanogen mod 11 to my phone a couple months back, but it was working fine. Today morning some water got on it, but I dried it of and it was working fine.

PLEASE HELP! THANK YOU!

try flashing recovery using fastboot.

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try flashing recovery using fastboot.

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No thanks for you... Samsungs don't use fastboot.

The issue here isn't software related, it's because it's liquid damaged. No amount of download mode or recovery tricks is going to help that.
19th May 2014, 08:10 PM   |  #9  
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No thanks for you... Samsungs don't use fastboot.

The issue here isn't software related, it's because it's liquid damaged. No amount of download mode or recovery tricks is going to help that.

Thanks for the knowledge.was not aware Samsung does not use fastboot

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