[Q] GT-P7510 won't boot - internal SD Card possibly wiped
I recently bought a SGT 10.1 GT-P7510 on Craigslist. The tab was rooted and running the inFamous ROM 1.9.1 from AOKP. Worked great for a few days. One day, I turned it on and the wifi wouldn't turn on. At all. I'm brand new to Android, so after reading through forums and mucking about a bit, I tried a few things and ended up doing a factory reset. No dice. The wifi still wouldn't turn on. I gave it to a friend who's more experienced.
I got it back and now the OS won't boot at all. Upon startup, it just shows the Galaxy Tab 10.1 logo. When I hold the power to turn it off, it turns back on after about 3 seconds. I can still boot into Recovery and Download mode. Attached are some pictures of what I found in recovery mode:
Essentially, it looks like the internal sd card got formatted and wiped clean. There's nothing in that directory (or any other directory, for that matter). I'm thinking the tablet is completely empty, save some form of BIOS. Also, I can mount everything EXCEPT the SD card. That option doesn't change when selected
Is there anyway I can get any kind of OS back on here? I don't care if it's the original Honeycomb that came with it or the inFamous rom that was on there when I bought it. I'm just wondering if it can be salvaged or if it's bricked beyond belief.
I'm on a Mac running OS X 10.7, so I can't use Odin. I've tried my hand at Heimdall, but I can't find any firmware that'll load properly (keep getting an error message that the .tar file is the wrong size). Can anyone help me get this thing running again? It would be very much appreciated.