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Firmware upgrade encountered an issue on GALAXY GEAR

1st September 2014, 02:07 PM |#11  
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How did you run it as a PIT? I've been trying for a day now and can't get it to work.


I just ticked the PIT box and browsed to the ROM file. Using the older Odin, that got me past the error message.

I think there are so many variables, we've probably tried many different combination of things. I'm just describing what worked for me, I can't promise it'll work for anybody else. Just wanted to put it out there so that it may help someone.
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23rd September 2014, 10:21 AM |#12  
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This worked for me
youtube{dot}com{slash}watch?v=fS4878klPAQ[ ( i cant post links yet so you will have to fix up the url or youtube search "How to UnBrick Galaxy Gear"

You must down load his rom to start of with after that you should be right to upgrade with Kies to tizen then to tizenmod if wanted or just load Null or what ever but this should unbrick the little b!@#$%^&*. Wish you luck
12th November 2014, 12:31 PM |#13  
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Exclamation Samsung galaxy s2 error !
Hello, I have this error on my samsung galaxy s2 device; " firmware upgrade encountered an issue. Please select recorvery mode in kies and try again "
I have tried on many version of Odin but nothing works and the samsung software no detect the device.
Thanks for a clear explanation because I'm don't what to do ?
I'm not expert of flash with Odin.

Thanks a lot for your help.
2nd December 2014, 12:52 PM |#14  
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Originally Posted by chobochobo

I just ticked the PIT box and browsed to the ROM file. Using the older Odin, that got me past the error message.

I think there are so many variables, we've probably tried many different combination of things. I'm just describing what worked for me, I can't promise it'll work for anybody else. Just wanted to put it out there so that it may help someone.

That doesn't make any sense. Odin 3.09 asks for either a .pit file or an .xml file if you choose PIT.
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