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my little brother had soft bricked his Samsung galaxy player /galaxy s he only said he tryed to delete a file that was taken up alot of space and thinks it may of been something important i could get it in to download mode up not know at the time what the device was called due to the galaxy player 5.0 and galaxy s looking the same and how many different Samsungs with the same name i tryed to load a new firmware on to it using odin thus hard bricking the device and making the situation worse. i have since go the firmware and pit files but need help unhard bricking so i can load the new firmware on to it.

p.s i will upload some pics of the device to make sure of what it is called
 
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my little brother had soft bricked his Samsung galaxy player /galaxy s he only said he tryed to delete a file that was taken up alot of space and thinks it may of been something important i could get it in to download mode up not know at the time what the device was called due to the galaxy player 5.0 and galaxy s looking the same and how many different Samsungs with the same name i tryed to load a new firmware on to it using odin thus hard bricking the device and making the situation worse. i have since go the firmware and pit files but need help unhard bricking so i can load the new firmware on to it.

p.s i will upload some pics of the device to make sure of what it is called
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is there no alternative to having to install another os on my computer?
and found out what samsung it is here http://www.samsung.com/uk/support/model/YP-G70CW/XEU
 
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is there no alternative to having to install another os on my computer?
and found out what samsung it is here http://www.samsung.com/uk/support/model/YP-G70CW/XEU
You have to install Ubuntu. Why not install it?
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