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[Q] Samsung Galaxy S i9000 Stock ROM Boot Hang

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By tomp97, Junior Member on 21st May 2014, 12:24 PM
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25th May 2014, 11:56 PM |#21  
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Regardless what happens, thankyou so much for all of your help. I cannot thank you enough

You are very welcome, mate. I would really love to read it boots again.

Maybe trying to flash it with another firmware could solve it. I think Froyo JPQ or so was quite good for unbricking. Once when it boots, you will can upgrade without problems.
 
 
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Hey again, I think my internal HDD might be corrupt.

I found a potential solution on this thread..

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...40&postcount=1

Can someone please elaborate on it, as I am a new to this and this is really confusing..

Thanks!
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can anyone elaborate on the post above?

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Hey again, I think my internal HDD might be corrupt.

I found a potential solution on this thread..

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...40&postcount=1

Can someone please elaborate on it, as I am a new to this and this is really confusing..

Thanks!

That thread is for i9000M.
IDK if anybody has created a modified kernel for the i9000 that boots from the external SD card. Even if yes, you should be aware that it is going to be a real PITA using it, with 10sec until half minute reaction time for any click. Even with the fastest external SD card, the speed of the device will no longer be available.

Try to ask developer Alberto96 to help you, has has recently developed for Samsung S8530/8500 which boots Android from the ext_SD. Alberto also knows i9000 at very best (he is developer of the Gear kernel)

tetakpatalked from Nexus 7 flo
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