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I'm offering $20 bounty myself to anyone who can get me the PIT for the P600. My device is as good ad bricked until I can get it.
 
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Why will the PIT help?

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Something I did messed up the partitioning. It screwed up a bunch of apps when I installed CleanROM (probably something I did in TWRP). Tried t revert to TWRP backup I took post-root but otherwise stock and same errors. Tried to ODIN flash back to stock and now I can only get to download mode and the samsung firmware error screen ("Firmware upgrade encountered an issue. Please select recovery mode in Kies &try again.)

Odin now says get PIT for mapping when I try to flash and fails. Getting the PIT is kind of a last ditch effort to fix this.
 
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http://relic.gdiny.com/~dasmoover/an...0/p600_MK1.pit

Was able to read this in PIT Magic - http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1916936

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S**t, I managed to brick my device by erasing the NAND. Can anyone help me with a signed PIT for the 32gb version?

Or even any other way to fix my note!

Edit: Never mind, managed to fix it!
 
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S**t, I managed to brick my device by erasing the NAND. Can anyone help me with a signed PIT for the 32gb version?

Or even any other way to fix my note!

Edit: Never mind, managed to fix it!
Use Odin if you can get into download mode and flash stock firmware. Been in your position twice now with this device. Sucks...

Edit, just seen your edit lol good to hear. What was the fix?

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I found an old thread by somebody with an S4 who managed to recover from the same situation.

I had to reflash stock but before even letting the tablet have the chance to attempt to boot (and consequently get stuck in a bootloop with the Samsung logo), I had to reset it and go into stock recovery. After that, just a case of wiping data and cache and then reflashing the stock firmware again! Took me a fair few hours and a few wrinkles too but managed to sort it out. What a nightmare!
 
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I found an old thread by somebody with an S4 who managed to recover from the same situation.

I had to reflash stock but before even letting the tablet have the chance to attempt to boot (and consequently get stuck in a bootloop with the Samsung logo), I had to reset it and go into stock recovery. After that, just a case of wiping data and cache and then reflashing the stock firmware again! Took me a fair few hours and a few wrinkles too but managed to sort it out. What a nightmare!
I had to work 5 hours to get mine back to life. I don't ever remember sweating so much.

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I had to work 5 hours to get mine back to life. I don't ever remember sweating so much.

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Yeah, haha big relief when I managed to sort it out. Hope that someone else finds the post useful if they end up in the same situation!

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