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By Gerard897, Junior Member on 13th June 2014, 06:17 AM
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I was trying to install a new version of cyanogenmod that held kitkat, worked, but heres the problem. After installing the new rom i wanted to put a different kernel. This specific kernel I wanted was not compatible with kitkat, but i wasn't reading, so when it was booting up it was stuck at the Galaxy S Cyanogenmod booting screen. I turned it off and put the device in cwm recovery. I was going to put the right kernel for the device but the SD wound't mount. I looked for a solution, which led me to odin. When I started flashing the status was frozen at nand start write. So I stupidly unplugged it, so now I am greeted with a Phone+!+PC please help me!
 
 
13th June 2014, 06:46 AM |#2  
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Hi Everybody,
I was trying to install a new version of cyanogenmod that held kitkat, worked, but heres the problem. After installing the new rom i wanted to put a different kernel. This specific kernel I wanted was not compatible with kitkat, but i wasn't reading, so when it was booting up it was stuck at the Galaxy S Cyanogenmod booting screen. I turned it off and put the device in cwm recovery. I was going to put the right kernel for the device but the SD wound't mount. I looked for a solution, which led me to odin. When I started flashing the status was frozen at nand start write. So I stupidly unplugged it, so now I am greeted with a Phone+!+PC please help me!

Without seeing a picture of the screen, I'm going to have to assume the screen is a blue color with a picture of a computer on it.

If so, that's not a problem at all. That screen is basically the same thing as ODIN/Download mode.

With your device on that screen simply replug in your USB cable and reflash with ODIN.

If you could provide a picture of the screen, I could definitely say for sure that your device is good to go, or not.

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13th June 2014, 12:24 PM |#3  
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Hi Everybody,
I was trying to install a new version of cyanogenmod that held kitkat, worked, but heres the problem. After installing the new rom i wanted to put a different kernel. This specific kernel I wanted was not compatible with kitkat, but i wasn't reading, so when it was booting up it was stuck at the Galaxy S Cyanogenmod booting screen. I turned it off and put the device in cwm recovery. I was going to put the right kernel for the device but the SD wound't mount. I looked for a solution, which led me to odin. When I started flashing the status was frozen at nand start write. So I stupidly unplugged it, so now I am greeted with a Phone+!+PC please help me!



If you're talking about this above, then do as Higgs_Boson said above. This is just a force download mode, and happens when you improperly flash something.
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If you're talking about this above, then do as Higgs_Boson said above. This is just a force download mode, and happens when you improperly flash something.

Thanks for the help, but can anyone send me link to a flashable file for odin?
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14th June 2014, 04:22 AM |#5  
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Thanks for the help, but can anyone send me link to a flashable file for odin?

Actually nevermind about the download because I followed this tut http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2432936 but after step 3, and putting my device in download mode, My computer won't now read it/notice it in odin. I have kies installed and it used to work before.
15th June 2014, 02:57 AM |#6  
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Actually nevermind about the download because I followed this tut http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2432936 but after step 3, and putting my device in download mode, My computer won't now read it/notice it in odin. I have kies installed and it used to work before.

Have you installed the drivers? If not, here's a link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2038555
22nd June 2014, 08:34 PM |#7  
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I was JUST in this situation, after fooling around with Ubuntu and the UnbrickerResurector, I was able to come back from Download Mode using the .pit and bootloader files from this thread...Flash them in Odin and you should be set.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1386669

SAVED MY Galaxy Player!!!!
23rd June 2014, 03:58 AM |#8  
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Yeah you bricked your device, I bricked my device like that before and all I had to to was flash rj's kernel and I was in cwm before I knew it. Try that to see if it will work

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