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Help! Bootlooped Galaxy S I9000

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21st March 2014, 11:24 PM   |  #1  
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I was trying to change status bar colour using rom toolbox lite when it crashed so I took out the battery now is Bootlooped have CWM bit won't read Sd Card

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23rd March 2014, 12:06 PM   |  #2  
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So, your cwm doesn't recognize your phones internal memory, am I right?

If that's so, I don't have any clue what to do


But in case of a bootloop with working recovery, try to wipe dalvik an reboot...


If it still doesn't work, then do a nandroid backup, factory reset the **** out of your phone and try rebooting now... If it still doesn't work, then you may want to wipe system and install a new ROM, that should fix it...



With titanium backup you can extract all your apps from the nandroid backup, so nothing will be lost... It only takes ****ing hours...

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2nd April 2014, 05:13 PM   |  #3  
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You should try flashing a ROM (or just reflash the ROM you use [If you even use one]. Otherwise, try flashing a firmware via Odin.

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Originally Posted by Gokulbalram

You should try flashing a ROM (or just reflash the ROM you use [If you even use one]. Otherwise, try flashing a firmware via Odin.

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As a matter of fact you need not go all the way down to flashing a Samsung firmware via Odin, a mere factory reset will suffice, but you do that you can kiss your data goodbye!
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Originally Posted by qu4nt1n

As a matter of fact you need not go all the way down to flashing a Samsung firmware via Odin, a mere factory reset will suffice, but you do that you can kiss your data goodbye!

Wouldn't help, the best would be to re-flash the ROM rather than take the pain of a Data Reset.
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