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Unhappy dead internal memory

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20th March 2014, 04:29 PM   |  #1  
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My grand Duos hangs on the GT-19082 startup screen and when i tried recovery i gives me red lines of E: Can't mount and when i try wiping or resetting it displays the same can't mount messages, and after trying to flash a new official rom it goes okay and after flashing when it is trying to boot it gives the same message, So i think the internal storage is dead cause i had the same problem before with Gt-i9000 and i solved it by removing the internal memory ic and flashing a 3 files rom on external Sd . Will this also work for grand duos or no please any help to save my phone and thanks in advance

And a screenshot is here but i'm not allowed to post a link
dropbox.co m/s/vbwn80x0a9pbkpm/2014-03-19%2003.18%20copy.jpg
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20th March 2014, 06:45 PM   |  #2  
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My grand Duos hangs on the GT-19082 startup screen and when i tried recovery i gives me red lines of E: Can't mount and when i try wiping or resetting it displays the same can't mount messages, and after trying to flash a new official rom it goes okay and after flashing when it is trying to boot it gives the same message, So i think the internal storage is dead cause i had the same problem before with Gt-i9000 and i solved it by removing the internal memory ic and flashing a 3 files rom on external Sd . Will this also work for grand duos or no please any help to save my phone and thanks in advance

And a screenshot is here but i'm not allowed to post a link
dropbox.co m/s/vbwn80x0a9pbkpm/2014-03-19%2003.18%20copy.jpg

I guess u messed up with the internal partitions of internal memory..What exactly error u r getting can u say correctly plz???
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20th March 2014, 07:15 PM   |  #3  
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I guess u messed up with the internal partitions of internal memory..What exactly error u r getting can u say correctly plz???

Thanx for replying here is a screenshot of what is displayed
And i haven't made anything before this problem , the device fell down and then this problem started, and when it happened the device was on it's stock firm ware with no modifications
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20th March 2014, 07:30 PM   |  #4  
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Thanx for replying here is a screenshot of what is displayed
And i haven't made anything before this problem , the device fell down and then this problem started, and when it happened the device was on it's stock firm ware with no modifications

Its better if u give u r mobile to Samsung Officials for the repair since u said that it had fallen down it might have damaged ur mother board or any part...!! And I9000 method will not work in Grand Duos since these to r different devices and parameters r different...
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Its better if u give u r mobile to Samsung Officials for the repair since u said that it had fallen down it might have damaged ur mother board or any part...!! And I9000 method will not work in Grand Duos since these to r different devices and parameters r different...

I may consider doing this soon, i hoped i could do it by my self anyway thnx for helping out
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Thanx for replying here is a screenshot of what is displayed
And i haven't made anything before this problem , the device fell down and then this problem started, and when it happened the device was on it's stock firm ware with no modifications

I think you should try to flash stock rom with PIT files.
Cz it may be possible that u messed up with the system partition while rooting or something else. So might give a try.
Bt at last..its ur own responsibility.

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