My galaxy note 2 was all stock and few days ago when I picked it up while it was charging, phone was hanging on main screen. I simply turned off and since then its stuck in bootloop. I am only getting samsung logo screen. So far everything I have tried, it hasnt resolved the issue.
I have flashed rogers stock 4.1.2 rom from samsung-updates using ODIN, but still its stuck in bootloop. I have tried multiple recoveries Stock, Clockwork and TWRP, phone mostly reboots when I try to do a factory reset. even when I am able to complete factory reset, nothing changes. All recoveries give me errors in line of unable to mount /cache and unable to mount /data.
Right now I have flashed TWRP and it shows unable to mount /cache, and it reboots when I try to do a factory reset.
These are the exact errors
E: unable to mount "cache"
E: can't mount '/cache/recovery/command'
E: can't open '/cache/recovery/command'
E: can't mount '/cache/recovery/log'
E: can't open '/cache/recovery/log'
E: can't mount '/cache/recovery/last_log'
E: can't open '/cache/recovery/last_log'
E: can't mount '/cache/recover/last_install'
E: can't open '/cache/recover/last_install'
If nothing else works, can anyone show me a way to hard brick? So I can send in for warranty, coz download mode shows the binary counter?