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Galaxy Gear Bricked, Odin always Fail

30th August 2014, 05:42 PM |#21  
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i have problem i have message with firmware upgrade error and my watch is turning on and off in usb so I cant perform steps above any suggestions ?
 
 
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i have problem i have message with firmware upgrade error and my watch is turning on and off in usb so I cant perform steps above any suggestions ?

press and hold power for at least 10sec to force reboot, reattach to usb and kies. Then reboot again the watch and close kies and open Odin, see if it works. Mine was wonky like that another time and I think it was when I was halfway through Odin install and my computer suddenly decided it detected my device again and started to update a driver. Then it failed and I had similar issue. After playing with it a bit it started to see the gear and it wasn't flashing. Good luck.

P.s. It failed a second time again and then finally worked on third try while closing my eyes...:P

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press and hold power for at least 10sec to force reboot, reattach to usb and kies. Then reboot again the watch and close kies and open Odin, see if it works. Mine was wonky like that another time and I think it was when I was halfway through Odin install and my computer suddenly decided it detected my device again and started to update a driver. Then it failed and I had similar issue. After playing with it a bit it started to see the gear and it wasn't flashing. Good luck.

P.s. It failed a second time again and then finally worked on third try while closing my eyes...:P

Chris


closing my eyes helped cheers mate
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28th September 2014, 05:48 AM |#24  
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I believe I accidentally flashed the ROM in recovery mode....now whenever I select "Recover" or "Download" it just starts to boot and sits at a flashing Samsung Logo Screen. Anything I can do?
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Follow this instruction.. Maybe can help you

.forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-gear/help/how-to-properly-flash-tizenmod-t2886991
17th November 2014, 05:10 PM |#26  
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How to unbrick galaxy gear !
Hello friend.. ( u can try this method to unbrick your GG )
Previously im also got the same problem as u when im trying to upgrade my GG1 but after a long search i found this link . What u need is just follow the instructions as given and the important things is dont try to skip anything !

How to UnBrick Galaxy Gear: h*t*t*p://youtube/fS4878klPAQ
( delete * from h t t p coz im not allowed to post link yet )

I hope this will help u coz my GG1 has been recover back .. not to original stock rom but it also upgrade my GG1 to TIZEN !!!
And dont forget to thanks to that guys that send the video and me ( coz i need a credit to post another reply to whom that need a help ) and good luck to u all.

AND TO ADMIN : PLEASE DO NOT BANNED ME COZ IM JUST TRY TO HELP SOMEBODY THAT HAS THE SAME PROBLEM WITH ME .... PEACE !
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26th November 2014, 01:06 AM |#27  
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Hey,

Not sure if anyone else is still having this issue but I believe that you may be using a firmware version not liked by the Gear.

I was having this issues on CNF1 firmware.

Try going and flashing an earlier version of the firmware (CNE9 worked for me)

I get my firmware from Sammobile firmware page. Google it and go to firmware. You can get the latest firmware (that works) from your country there. You want Tizen version 2.2.0 I believe.
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THNX!!!!!!!!!!!!!
THNX!!! soft bricked it after update, now it's repaierd again!





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Same thing happened to me.. you will have to do one of two things. . Search for the tizen downgrade. Sorry don't have link handy. .. or flash the original tizen update not the newest nf1 then flash the nf1 after successful flash... the problem is you flashed the newest nf1 before having the tizen bootloader. .. and right now you are trying to flash android on a jacked up tizen bootloader. .. give me a min to search for you and I will post links

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---------- Post added at 01:27 AM ---------- Previous post was at 01:26 AM ----------

Tizen downgrade. ...


http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2776157


Oh yeah don't forget thanks

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---------- Post added at 01:30 AM ---------- Previous post was at 01:27 AM ----------

Flash this first... then flash NF1 ... and I hope it goes with out saying flash in oden

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2767465

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