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[Q] My Note III is bricked??

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20th May 2014, 01:02 AM   |  #11  
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Thanks guys for the replies

-I went for a search for the backup folder in either of the storage mentioned by I didn't see a file called "backup"... I think I deleted it since the factory reset I've done yesterday, I went to many forums hat talk about EFS, and it wont help my problem cos all of them are talk about "Backup/recover", where I didn't backup my EFS earlier...

-I tried for the IMEI code, that's the reason I know about EFS, it shows "null/null", and most the information are showing unknown, such as baseband version, IMEISV, IP Address, Bluetooth Address.

-My current situation is whatever I flash into my phone, it just wont help, the problem didn't improvise at all...

Thanks..
20th May 2014, 03:21 AM   |  #12  
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Thanks guys for the replies

-I went for a search for the backup folder in either of the storage mentioned by I didn't see a file called "backup"... I think I deleted it since the factory reset I've done yesterday, I went to many forums hat talk about EFS, and it wont help my problem cos all of them are talk about "Backup/recover", where I didn't backup my EFS earlier...

-I tried for the IMEI code, that's the reason I know about EFS, it shows "null/null", and most the information are showing unknown, such as baseband version, IMEISV, IP Address, Bluetooth Address.

-My current situation is whatever I flash into my phone, it just wont help, the problem didn't improvise at all...

Thanks..

download Stock firmware from sammobile or samsung updates
turn phone off, boot into recovery mode wipe data/factory reset, wipe cache partition
turn phone off, boot into download mode
use odin v 3.09 load your downloaded firmware into AP, check update boot loader box, don't check anything else and click start.
once it finishes flashing, it will reboot by itself.
if it fails then you might want to repeat the process above one more time.
if still fails u might want to do emergency recovery via kies.

Good luck and hope this helps.
20th May 2014, 09:33 AM   |  #13  
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Originally Posted by doodydood

download Stock firmware from sammobile or samsung updates
turn phone off, boot into recovery mode wipe data/factory reset, wipe cache partition
turn phone off, boot into download mode
use odin v 3.09 load your downloaded firmware into AP, check update boot loader box, don't check anything else and click start.
once it finishes flashing, it will reboot by itself.
if it fails then you might want to repeat the process above one more time.
if still fails u might want to do emergency recovery via kies.

Good luck and hope this helps.

Thanks for the reply

I have tried the odin method and it didn't work...
Now I am trying for the kies emergency recovery method, and I will reply if there are any improvements...
20th May 2014, 10:11 AM   |  #14  
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Hi guys, I think have some new clues to determine my problem now

I flashed a custom recovery into my phone this morning,
and I realise that my /system, /efs and /firmware-modem is unmounted,

I tried to mount them, it was successful, but when I reboot the device, the problem still there,
Boot loop, no IMEI, no Baseband Version, Lag Processes,

and I went back to recovery again, I realised they have been unmounted again...

Any idea what is the problem guys??

Thx
20th May 2014, 10:18 AM   |  #15  
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Originally Posted by doodydood

download Stock firmware from sammobile or samsung updates
turn phone off, boot into recovery mode wipe data/factory reset, wipe cache partition
turn phone off, boot into download mode
use odin v 3.09 load your downloaded firmware into AP, check update boot loader box, don't check anything else and click start.
once it finishes flashing, it will reboot by itself.
if it fails then you might want to repeat the process above one more time.
if still fails u might want to do emergency recovery via kies.

Good luck and hope this helps.

Hi there,

I have tried the kies emergency recovery method, but it was unsuccessful,
My note 3 was connected to the kies, but when I run Emergency Firmware Recovery,
My device was instantly disconnected with kies

And I have also tried the Firmware Upgrade and Initialisation,
The Kies showed me that my device is not supported with initialisation...

Anything I should do??

Thx
20th May 2014, 11:56 AM   |  #16  
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Originally Posted by speedyjay

Reboot into recovery and wipe cache partition and then scroll to advanced and wipe dalvik cache, then reboot your phone

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i actually found a different kernal in the omega thread and that seemed to sort it, thanks tho
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