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[Q] hard reset I5500 problem

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17th May 2014, 05:47 PM   |  #1  
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Hi

I have problem with hard reset:
hard-reset.com/samsung-i5500-galaxy-5-android-hard-reset
not work!

any help?
18th May 2014, 07:15 AM   |  #2  
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Hi

I have problem with hard reset:
hard-reset.com/samsung-i5500-galaxy-5-android-hard-reset
not work!

any help?

I also try to flash device with odin 3.09! With pressing download keys got download mode, PC detect device on Com17, but download not start!
18th May 2014, 10:29 AM   |  #3  
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You need odin 3.28 to flash recoveries / stock ROMs not custom roms.
I will give you a link with all the files you need.

EDIT: Here is the link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=52237434

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You need odin 3.28 to flash recoveries / stock ROMs not custom roms.
I will give you a link with all the files you need.

EDIT: Here is the link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=52237434

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It try on Win8 ... not work! And on Win XP with USB HUB still not work! But on direct USB to PC connection on Win XP work OK!
Thanks Vagelis1608!
Download Start...
<0> Create File...
<1> StartThread Detected : 1
<2> StartThread Detected : 0
<3> StartThread Detected : 0
<4> StartThread Detected : 0
<5> StartThread Detected : 0
<6> StartThread Detected : 0
<7> StartThread Detected : 0
<8> StartThread Detected : 0
<1> setup connection...
<1> odin mode.. check plcatform verification.
<1> VerifyPlatform:V0, P0,R0
<1> START!!!
<1> set download environment.
<1> big partition size!!
<1> recovery.img download..
<1> 1/2 Finished.
<1> csc.rfs download..
<1> 2/2 Finished.
<1> reset pda..
<0> Started Timer
<1> Close serial port and wait until rebooting.


But: now I5500 only restarting....... why?
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The above is supposed to put the device in recovery mode (CWM) then you need to flash a custom rom (i.e. CM7.2) and do a full data wipe (factory reset).
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Hard reset
To do the hard reset you need to reboot into recovery which is what the page the OP mentioned was all about. Often because you've forgotton the pin or pattern.

The method described on that page does not work and perhaps never worked. You need to use adb to reboot.

There is a small set of tools one of Snoop05 has put together to install ADB (Android Debug Bridge) and Fastboot. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2588979

That contains some USB drivers - not sure if they work as I already had ADB and Fastboot.

Start a command window in the location you installed ADB to (shift + right click on the directory in Windows to select open command window here).

Plug the phone into the computer - usually direct, not via a hub.
It should ask how you want to connect - Kies or UMS. Select Kies, which will start debug mode

in the command window:
adb devices

if nothing is listed, then you may need a driver. Sumsung drivers are available here: http://developer.samsung.com/android...er-for-Windows

After installing that unplug and reconnect the phone.

adb devices

I'll assume that worked cause otherwise I'm out of ideas.
if there's a device listed then:

adb reboot recovery

the phone will reboot into the recovery menu and you can wipe / reset to factory default.
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