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msng110
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Default RST_STAT = 0x00000000

So I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini and I believe I accidentally rooted two OSs or the wrong OS and did something with NAND Reset..

But in the end, I ended up with a random pop up of "RST_STAT = 0x00000000" in red letters and I have to take the battery out so it would work again.

I am unable to get into recovery mode and i'm unsure if I'm able to get into download mode.

Also, when I boot up, I get this fuzzy screen, followed by the normal Samsung boot up screen.


Is there anyway I can fix this and get back to either the S3 Mini's stock OS or Cyanogenmod?


Greatly appreciated! If one on one help is necessary, please contact me via Skype - marksngxd
 
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Default Same problem here

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But in the end, I ended up with a random pop up of "RST_STAT = 0x00000000" in red letters and I have to take the battery out so it would work again.
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Also, when I boot up, I get this fuzzy screen, followed by the normal Samsung boot up screen.
Hi, (sorry if my english is bad, i'm german)
I've got the same problem.
When I boot up, it shows me a fuzzy screen, but the bootanimation looks normal.
Not even a full wipe had fixed this.
I also get this RST_STAT message. Today i randomly pressed some keys (volume & home buttons) and this message disappeared. Instead, it showed me "kernel log messages". If this happens a second time, i'll take a photo and post it here.
I tried to full wipe, factory reset, system/dalvik cache/cache wipe, flash another os (cyanogenmod), but nothing helped.
Please, any help is welcome. This message is really annoying, and it drains my battery.
I have a s3 mini too. I flashed cyanogenmod 11 (by novafusion) and teamwin recovery.
My recovery still works.

Any help appreciated!

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