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By leon2810, Junior Member on 10th January 2014, 03:00 PM
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7th May 2016, 09:28 AM |#11  
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Many many thanks, tried many many solutions, all failed, complicated this and that. All leading to dead ends and frustration (and my download directory full with junk files and directories). But not this one. Splendid in its simplicity, my Ace S5830I dead since 2 years now works once again.

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26th May 2016, 05:23 PM |#12  
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Originally Posted by Monotoko

Hey, welcome!

I just had the same problem, tried to flash a bad ROM and thought I was done for. The information on these forums is a bit scattered so I will just detail what I did to unbrick it.

1. First thing you need to do is have the samsung drivers, if you're on Windows 7 or above, Windows can probably go find them for you when it comes to plugging your phone in.

2. You need to have the original stock firmware, luckily they are essentially all the same so here is the Open Australia version I used (I'm on O2 in the UK) http://www.mediafire.com/?903oq9l7qbmkir4 (password is: mod2xtreme.com)

3: Extract that folder somewhere you will remember.

4: Odin is a firmware flasher, it's what will save your phone. It needs a PIT file, luckily some kind person has already packaged the PIT for the Ace within Odin here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...9&d=1345402010

Now you have all the different pieces required

5: Open Odin on your computer and put your phone into Odin mode by holding the power button, volume up and volume down. (and read the screen, it'll ask if you if you're sure and to press volume up) - once you plug the phone in correctly and the drivers are installed Odin should come up saying "<ID> Added!!"

6: A picture paints 1000 words here: http://i.imgur.com/La1r4zE.png - you should ensure you select your PIT file, and all the correct files from step 3 (modem = phone) - click start then wait for it to say "Pass" (I had a nervous smoke here)

7: Boot your phone into recovery by pressing the home button, volume up and power. Let it run through the update and wipe the cache and reboot itself.

8: You're in! It went German on me so I had to change the language at the startup screen, but other than that it's fine.

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MANY MANY THANKS

stuck in bootloop. Tried all.
follow his advice. It works.

Hope some day I can help someone as you helped me.

Un saludo desde España.
27th May 2016, 08:52 AM |#13  
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getting fail in odin..what to do now.?? Getting Can't open the serial(COM) port error mesage in odin while setting connection.
27th May 2016, 06:46 PM |#14  
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getting fail in odin..what to do now.?? Getting Can't open the serial(COM) port error mesage in odin while setting connection.

Install the Samsung drivers for ur phone. Then first start odin then plug cord into cpu first and finally while inserting into press both volume buttons together
28th June 2016, 10:36 PM |#15  
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Originally Posted by Monotoko

Hey, welcome!

I just had the same problem, tried to flash a bad ROM and thought I was done for. The information on these forums is a bit scattered so I will just detail what I did to unbrick it.

1. First thing you need to do is have the samsung drivers, if you're on Windows 7 or above, Windows can probably go find them for you when it comes to plugging your phone in.

2. You need to have the original stock firmware, luckily they are essentially all the same so here is the Open Australia version I used (I'm on O2 in the UK) http://www.mediafire.com/?903oq9l7qbmkir4 (password is: mod2xtreme.com)

3: Extract that folder somewhere you will remember.

4: Odin is a firmware flasher, it's what will save your phone. It needs a PIT file, luckily some kind person has already packaged the PIT for the Ace within Odin here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...9&d=1345402010

Now you have all the different pieces required

5: Open Odin on your computer and put your phone into Odin mode by holding the power button, volume up and volume down. (and read the screen, it'll ask if you if you're sure and to press volume up) - once you plug the phone in correctly and the drivers are installed Odin should come up saying "<ID> Added!!"

6: A picture paints 1000 words here: http://i.imgur.com/La1r4zE.png - you should ensure you select your PIT file, and all the correct files from step 3 (modem = phone) - click start then wait for it to say "Pass" (I had a nervous smoke here)

7: Boot your phone into recovery by pressing the home button, volume up and power. Let it run through the update and wipe the cache and reboot itself.

8: You're in! It went German on me so I had to change the language at the startup screen, but other than that it's fine.

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12th August 2016, 05:17 PM |#16  
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Hi I did everything up until the part where it states i have to click start. I want to know is the phone meant to be on recovery mode as well as after i clicked start it said "Complete(Write) operation failed". im not sure where i went wrong plz help
20th January 2018, 10:01 AM |#17  
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Originally Posted by leon2810

Hey guys,

First of all, happy to become a member in the this community.

My phone stuck on the boot logo screen after I tried to put a custom rom. I flashed few roms before , i guess i felt on a currpurt one.
After that i tried to put a stock rom using cygwin guide.still nothing.

Clockworkmod Recovery Error:
Sometimes i faced errors as given below:
E: Can’t open /cache/recovery/log
E: Can’t mount /cache/recovery/last_log
E: Can’t open /cache/recovery
last_log
and even cant mount system

please help me return my phone back to live.

thx in advance

here's the solution.. just had the same issue, i just reset my phone successfully. hope it works for you guys! Special thanks to Monotoko!

1. First thing you need to do is have the samsung drivers, if you're on Windows 7 or above, Windows can probably go find them for you when it comes to plugging your phone in or install from here: http://www.samsungusbdrivers.net/201...r-windows.html (Make sure you restart the computer after installing the Driver)

2. You need to have the original stock firmware, luckily they are essentially all the same so here is the Open Australia version I used (I'm on O2 in the UK) http://www.mediafire.com/?903oq9l7qbmkir4 (password is: mod2xtreme.com)

3: Extract that folder somewhere you will remember.

4: Odin is a firmware flasher, it's what will save your phone. It needs a PIT file, luckily some kind person has already packaged the PIT for the Ace within Odin here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...9&d=1345402010

Now you have all the different pieces required

5: Open Odin on your computer and put your phone into Odin mode by holding the power button, volume up and volume down. (and read the screen, it'll ask if you if you're sure and to press volume up) - once you plug the phone in correctly and the drivers are installed Odin should come up saying "<ID> Added!!"

6: A picture paints 1000 words here: http://i.imgur.com/La1r4zE.png - you should ensure you select your PIT file, and all the correct files from step 3 (modem = phone) - click start then wait for it to say "Pass" (I had a nervous smoke here)

7: Boot your phone into recovery by pressing the home button, volume up and power. Let it run through the update and wipe the cache and reboot itself.

8: You're in! It went German on me so I had to change the language at the startup screen, but other than that it's fine.
21st March 2020, 05:41 PM |#18  
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I have this same problem but I have not been able to get a reliable Samsung firmware can anyone help me please
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