Try One-Click UnBrick... If that doesn't work:
Try "3 button combo".. If that doesn't work:
Try a "301k Factory Mode jig"... If that doesn't work:
Try UnBrickable Mod http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1236273 (if available on your platform)
If you require additional help, send me a private message, we can work something out.
I've been working on stopping the bricking problem on our phones for a while now.
Ever tried JTAG unbrick recovery?--superhuman soldering skills no longer required for JTAG
Developing methods to recover bricks without JTAG - I keep this updated with current information as it develops.
ALL JIG VALUES here! --this will give you some resistor values to try
Altered water damage indicators --um... just in case you lick your battery and need warranty replacement
The Galaxy S Hack Pack--A compilation of resources for Galaxy S Phones.
I wanted to write some software which will help the user to understand what they are doing.. So I began the Heimdall One-Click project. http://code.google.com/p/heimdall-one-click/ Heimdall One-Click is not yet finished, but the Unbrick is complete. Heimdall One-Click is based on binaries from another Open-Source project, called Heimdall by XDA member Benjamin Dobell.
About One-Click UnBrick
- Will work on all Samsung devices which use Odin3
- Is a single, portable executable
- Is the first one-click anything for our devices on Linux
- Works on Mac
- Works on Windows
- Is open source
- Is programmed in Java
- Deploys and installs Heimdall for your OS
- Is super easy to use.... Only one button!
Image captured on Ubuntu 11.04:
This software is completely safe. It is a part of my Heimdall One-Click project. I wanted to release this to work out any cross-platform difficulties which may be encountered before I release Heimdall One-Click.
1. Copy OneClick.jar to your Desktop-- or any other folder on your computer, It won't work on a network share.
2. Double click. -- As long as you have Java installed On Linux and Mac you are up and running.
For some versions of Windows as a work around to UAC (User Access Control, the annoying popups), a executable called "OneClickLoader.exe" has been deployed to the same folder as OneClick.jar. It is important that you do not rename OneClick.jar until after runnning OneClickLoader.exe
3. right click OneClickLoader.exe and select "Run as Administrator" -- Setup should be run-of-the-mill.
Problems and Comments
If you would like to comment on something post here on XDA
If you're unsure of something, post here on XDA
If you have a show-stopping bug, please use this form: http://code.google.com/p/heimdall-on...k/issues/entry
This is a list of all bugs reported: http://code.google.com/p/heimdall-on...ry&cells=tiles
I am very interested in feedback. If you would like to test this, just put your phone into download mode and click the unsoft brick button. It will simply reboot your phone. It will not flash any firmware and it does not have the capability to do anything except release the locks which prevent a phone from booting if they are present.
Click Here to Download One-Click UnBrick 10July11 from GoogleCode
You will need Java installed on your computer: Do you have java?
Disclaimer: All materials presented are for informational purposes. This content is not an authorization, advertisement, nor a suggestion to flash your phone with custom firmware. In no event shall I be held liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, spcial, exemplary, or concequential damages, including but not limited to loss of data, business interruption or damage to equipment. This information is released AS-IS with no written or express warranty or liability.