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Thank you but are you sure the jig won't work? As my case is different I think it might... Thanks anyway I will try looking for a JTAG......

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JIG will only work
if you can get at least in Splash Screen, if it doesn't give any life signal, then I get that you can't get into Splash Screen, therefore, JIG won't do the work.

Here's a video showing exactly the same problem I had and a JTAG repair
Samsung Galaxy S4 - JTAG Brick Repair Service (De…: http://youtu.be/PkfEhu4trRY




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You sure you'll look for the JTAG device? The Jtag box cost around $210.
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There are people who can do the JTAG work, they charge some money but fix it. Even though it is way cheaper than getting a JTAG interface . Buying a device would be way more expensive, and I think it wouldn't be really worth, like you mentioned .

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Guys, I like the talk about JTAG, but I don't think it will do him any good.

His device is not bricked. Xposed only installs in /system/bin (if I am not mistaken). Thus it's impossible to brick it that way. It does nothing to the bootloader, download mode or any other partition.

He has clearly a faulty battery or an other hardware failure. He just had bad luck imo.
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Are you sure about that? I'll try changing the battery.... But as I said I can't enter download mode or recovery ,both are symptoms of a hard brick....
And any idea where I can find a person with JTAG in Gurgaon(India)?

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Are you sure about that? I'll try changing the battery.... But as I said I can't enter download mode or recovery ,both are symptoms of a hard brick....
And any idea where I can find a person with JTAG in Gurgaon(India)?

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Sounds like a dead battery. Get your battery charged using an external charger or using a friend's working S4.
 
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If yur mobile is dead try this procedure link below, This procedure vil wrk on i9300, n7100,i9500 tested by me. no need to follow ful method create bootable memory card insert the card into yur mobile insert battery den connect usb jig wait for 10 to 15 min yur mob sud boot into download mode. aftr boot flash vit multi file firmware vit pit dnt flash kitkat. boz aftr deadboot repair yu hav to repair imei . 4.2.2 or 4.3.3 is better to repair .

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Sorry but the IMEI fix is only for i9300 and I don't have all the required stuff for the procedure.

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with tis method yur mob vil turn on but for imei fix yu need software boxes . 1st need to repair efs den write original imei. better go to any nearest service center its easly fixable prob
 
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Thank you all for your help guyz but now as you can see (signature) my phone is now fixed. I just went to a shop and got it fixed for Rs 900 ($15). Thank you all for your help .

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Thank you all for your help guyz but now as you can see (signature) my phone is now fixed. I just went to a shop and got it fixed for Rs 900 ($15). Thank you all for your help .

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