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[Q] My galaxy S4 active sgh-i537 is soft bricked, need help

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10th July 2014, 03:35 AM   |  #11  
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my sghi537 has bricked. i can only enter into download mode..
As i downloaded stock firmware of 4.3 ML2 and i tried to flash it by Odin...
Unfortunately at first odin said that i have no pit partition...
then i downloaded Pit and tried to flash but ^^^ write failed ^^^ was the thing i saw every time...
I looked up my phn download mode screen and i found that ^^^ Write protection Enable ^^^
So i couldnt flash stock ML2 firmware and my phn is bricked ....
Someone pls help me...........

What firmware were you originally on.
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10th July 2014, 10:30 PM   |  #12  
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What firmware were you originally on.

I was in 4.3 Ml2
it will b a lot if u help me......
my phn is dead now..
Its saying try kies to recover firmware......
11th July 2014, 12:27 AM   |  #13  
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I was in 4.3 Ml2
it will b a lot if u help me......
my phn is dead now..
Its saying try kies to recover firmware......

Download the full ML2 Odin, check the MD5 to make sure you didn't get a corrupted download. MAKE SURE all the files are in the right place in Odin and flash away. It should put the stock firmware back on the phone. Then you can proceed from there.
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Download the full ML2 Odin, check the MD5 to make sure you didn't get a corrupted download. MAKE SURE all the files are in the right place in Odin and flash away. It should put the stock firmware back on the phone. Then you can proceed from there.


Sorry to disturb u again..
i m new in advance user mode..
will u tell me how i can compare the md5 num..
i dont even no where it is..
pls help me a little bit more....
11th July 2014, 03:00 PM   |  #15  
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Sorry to disturb u again..
i m new in advance user mode..
will u tell me how i can compare the md5 num..
i dont even no where it is..
pls help me a little bit more....

The MD5 is sort of like the fingerprint for the file, so you need the MD5 of the file you downloaded to match the MD5 that was posted in the thread. Download WinMD5Sum from the website here. Under File Name load the ML2 Odin zip package that you downloaded. WinMD5Sum will generate the MD5 of the file you downloaded and you can compare that to the MD5 the uploader posted in the thread. If the MD5's match then that means you downloaded exactly what was posted. If the MD5's don't match exactly, then you have a corrupted download and need to download it again.
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