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HELP my Galaxy W bootlop

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19th March 2014, 05:41 PM   |  #1  
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Help me please,
My phone seems softbrick, it is restarting repeatedly and unable to complete boot.
When i wipe cache partition trough recovery mode, unable to open or mount cache/recovery/lastlog
I tried to flashing it via odin but my phone cant detect by computer although i have samsung usb driver installed

Please help me

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19th March 2014, 06:10 PM   |  #2  
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Help me please,
My phone seems softbrick, it is restarting repeatedly and unable to complete boot.
When i wipe cache partition trough recovery mode, unable to open or mount cache/recovery/lastlog
I tried to flashing it via odin but my phone cant detect by computer although i have samsung usb driver installed

Please help me

Sent from my friend's Andromax AD687G using xda app-developers app


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