Originally Posted by MiniGunnR
Yes. I found it too. However, when I followed the procedure I stupidly checked Repartition in the Boot Cycle process. I was on this phone for five hours and it was around 4 or 5 in the morning and I was sleepy. :'( I don't know if that irreversibly took away my only chance at bringing back my phone.
I tried the same process with repartition unchecked but I guess the damage was done by then. FML.
, I do not believe you have permanently bricked the device. All you need is correct partitioning of your phone to get it back. This is usually done with the help of .PIT Files that are flashed via Odin. A PIT File simply put is a file with Partition information on the Device. Here's a thread
that explains what its all about. remember that thread is NOT for your Device. Its just for your information.In the thread @Hammer_Of_The_Gods
had linked, you will find there are PIT files for download. Make sure they are for your exact device specifications. If in doubt, you can ask on that thread.
EDIT - If you open a new in Vibrant's Q&A Section, I am sure there'd be someone would love to help you there.