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Flash Without usb port? (BRICKED) s3 GT-I9300

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By AmberKat, Member on 8th September 2018, 10:15 PM
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I have an old Galaxy S3 GT-I9300 device

it got bricked and the charging port is broken .

the recovery will not open and will go back to splash screen

to charge the device i use a battery charger dock

how can i flash and unbrick it?
please help...
 
 
9th September 2018, 11:25 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by AmberKat

I have an old Galaxy S3 GT-I9300 device

it got bricked and the charging port is broken .

the recovery will not open and will go back to splash screen

to charge the device i use a battery charger dock



how can i flash and unbrick it?
please help...

As far as you described the circumstances, there is no Option to Unbrick it.
But Why?

Except from the Recovery Mode there is the Download Mode to Flash Software/Tools (e.g. Bootloader, Recovery, ROM):
-> One Option ist to access the I9300 via Download Mode and ADB/Odin, but without a working USB-Port... .
-> Another Option is to access via Wireless-ADB (Network-IP-based ADB), but to activate it, you'll have to get into the ROM's Settings (Developers-Options). Therefore you'll need an working ROM, which didn't seem so... .

-> Last possible Solution: Get in touch with Microelectronics and solder a new Micro USB Port to your Phone.
Otherwise you'll now have new opportunities to use your I9300 as:
Decorative Night Light/ Paperweight/ Doorstopper...

(Annotation: The Battery Charging Dock won't help, 'cause it's construed for standalone loading accumulators.)
9th September 2018, 08:21 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by musicmate

As far as you described the circumstances, there is no Option to Unbrick it.
But Why?

Except from the Recovery Mode there is the Download Mode to Flash Software/Tools (e.g. Bootloader, Recovery, ROM):
-> One Option ist to access the I9300 via Download Mode and ADB/Odin, but without a working USB-Port... .
-> Another Option is to access via Wireless-ADB (Network-IP-based ADB), but to activate it, you'll have to get into the ROM's Settings (Developers-Options). Therefore you'll need an working ROM, which didn't seem so... .

-> Last possible Solution: Get in touch with Microelectronics and solder a new Micro USB Port to your Phone.
Otherwise you'll now have new opportunities to use your I9300 as:
Decorative Night Light/ Paperweight/ Doorstopper...

(Annotation: The Battery Charging Dock won't help, 'cause it's construed for standalone loading accumulators.)

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