[Q] Samsung Galaxy S duos s7562

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xpacguy

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Jan 11, 2008
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Do any one have performance issue with Samsung Galaxy S duos s7562.
I am very much disappointed with my device as it will get stuck on screen. Huge Lag time. Will take time to go to application after clicking on icon. Cannot play HD videos. While receiving calls the screen will go black, You can hear the ring but cannot see anything on screen. Any help will be appreciated. :(
 

derka

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make my samsung in french

Hello,
I own a Samsung GT-S7562C so Chinese and I can not put it in French in the settings there is the choice of Chinese or English, How to make it in French?

Bonjour,
Je posséde un Samsung GT-S7562C donc chinois et je ne peux pas le mettre en français, dans les parametres il y a le choix que du chinois ou anglais, Comment le rendre en français?
 

KlinkOnE

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Hello,
I own a Samsung GT-S7562C so Chinese and I can not put it in French in the settings there is the choice of Chinese or English, How to make it in French?

Bonjour,
Je posséde un Samsung GT-S7562C donc chinois et je ne peux pas le mettre en français, dans les parametres il y a le choix que du chinois ou anglais, Comment le rendre en français?
Unfortunately this device is for Chinese market only. No other countries stock ROM available for download. So you either sell it or get familiar with English (never hurts). Idk if there are any custom roms available but probably not.

Don't install anything that is not meant for s7562c!!!

Au revoir

Gesendet von meinem GT-P3110
 

Den15

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Unfortunately this device is for Chinese market only. No other countries stock ROM available for download. So you either sell it or get familiar with English (never hurts). Idk if there are any custom roms available but probably not.

Don't install anything that is not meant for s7562c!!!

Au revoir

Gesendet von meinem GT-P3110

I'm afraid KlinkOnE is correct.

I have a GT- S7562C and I've tried to install a custom rom through CWM and hard bricked my GT-S7562C. So do not do it.

What you can do if you have a JTAG, you can repartition the EMMC using a GT-S7562 dump. After you've repartitioned the EMMC, you'll be able to install GT-S7562 custom roms. That's how I got my GT-S7562C working with GT-S7562 roms. I currently have PMP Kings rom with both sim cards working. So, after the partition, there shouldn't be any issues, however, I wasn't able to install the latest 4.4.4 Rom for the GT-S7562M yet. I'll keep you guys updated if I can get it to work.

I'm certain there are other ways to repartition your EMMC, however, I definitely don't recommend it.
 
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Den15

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If you look at the PIT files of both devices(S7562 and S7562C), you'll see that they have different partitions names and different flash file names and therefore cannot be cross flashed until you've set correct partitions.

Good luck!
 

KlinkOnE

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I'm afraid KlinkOnE is correct.

I have a GT- S7562C and I've tried to install a custom rom through CWM and hard bricked my GT-S7562C. So do not do it.

What you can do if you have a JTAG, you can repartition the EMMC using a GT-S7562 dump. After you've repartitioned the EMMC, you'll be able to install GT-S7562 custom roms. That's how I got my GT-S7562C working with GT-S7562 roms. I currently have PMP Kings rom with both sim cards working. So, after the partition, there shouldn't be any issues, however, I wasn't able to install the latest 4.4.4 Rom for the GT-S7562M yet. I'll keep you guys updated if I can get it to work.

I'm certain there are other ways to repartition your EMMC, however, I definitely don't recommend it.

Thats very interesting thanks for the info! I thought the C has another chipset.

Gesendet von meinem GT-P3110
 

Den15

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Actually, when I initially flashed it, I didn't see the S7562_C on the pcb. I was thinking, eh, what the heck, I have CWM Recovery so what could go wrong. Soon after the flash, the phone said something wrong with the boot (Dead boot) and then it just didn't start. Hard brick, as there were no power. I then JTAG'd it and since the JTAG I used didn't have the dump for the specific S7562C, I used the S7562 dump. It reformatted the EMMC just fine.

Here's the log:
Easy-Repair file load OK!
Using EasyRepair Mode...
Warning , you are using custom pinout config make shure that NRST and GND on proper places!
Checking repair data...
EasyJtag Suite ver.: 2.0.0.0 / wxWidgets 3.1.0-W-U started.
Operating system ver.: Windows XP (build 2600, Service Pack 3).

For support and updates visit easy-jtag (dot) c o m
Check security...OK
Initialising: Samsung GT-S7562 Config ver.:1.01
I/O Level set to : 2600 mV
Box S/N: 0EFF*********0E ,FW Ver.: 01.52
Connecting to Target...
JTAG device: MSM7225A
CPU IDCODE : 0x106230E1 Mfg.: 0x070, Part: 0x0623, Ver.: 0x1
CPU Manufacturer: QUALCOMM , CPU Name: MSM7227A
Halting CPU...
Initialize hardware...
Starting target communication...
Detecting emmc memory parameters of bank (0) ...
EMMC #0 : ID : 0x01000015 Name : J5U00B Size : 3.6 G , (7634944) Blocks
EMMC #1 : ID : 0x01000015 Name : J5U00B Size : 2.0 M , (4096) Blocks
eMMC flash device(s) found, Device ID : 0x00150000
NAND Writing QCSBL...
eMMC Write OK! Elapsed time: 2.296875s (111.456 KiB/s)
NAND Writing MODEM...
eMMC Write OK! Elapsed time: 225.140625s (90.965 KiB/s)
NAND Writing PRT5...
eMMC Write OK! Elapsed time: 15.359375s (255.577 KiB/s)
NAND Writing OEMSBL...
eMMC Write OK! Elapsed time: 7.968750s (120.471 KiB/s)
NAND Writing APPSBL...
eMMC Write OK! Elapsed time: 7.359375s (130.446 KiB/s)
NAND Writing PIT...
eMMC Write OK! Elapsed time: 2.062500s (248.242 KiB/s)
NAND Writing MD5...
eMMC Write OK! Elapsed time: 8.031250s (255.004 KiB/s)
All Done.

After it was finished, I got it to boot to download mode, and I kept trying to load the original S7562_C firmware (JB) like you've mentioned. I kept getting (0x30) not initialized or something like that and I did a little research on the PIT file to see why I wasn't able to, and that's when I realized that the partitions were totally different. After that, I flashed the phone with the S7562 Firmware and bam! started up this bad boy. Then after that, I was like, eh, what the heck, lets do one better and flash a custom rom.

Now I have a working S7562_C with S7562 custom rom.

Here are some images of the phone. (Stored on pcloud, so you may have to sign up, sorry)
https://my.pcloud.com/publink/show?code=VZn6tXZb3uHHIKdTiLzCip2FIEv4pRSeoDX

Maybe with this information, we can compile a JB custom rom using GT-S7562_C firmware on the GT-S7562 :D
 
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Rahulsheaven

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mine phone s7562 also bricked

from where did i get this JTAG and i don't know what is this can you please briefly explain about it.My phone galaxy gt-s7562 bricked during rooting it....pls help how did i get my phone's life back.
 

mohamedanshif

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i got a pass from odn but unable to install super su

i got a pass from odn but unable to install super su it showed as

E : failed to varify whole-file signature
E: signature varification failed
what should i do







??? please help me
 

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    Here is the full guide. If you like, please press the thanks button, ;)

    CAUTION : It will VOID your Samsung Warranty and set/increase your custom flash counter.
    You will also see a yellow triangle below Samsung logo during each boot.

    Please take a Full NANDROID Backup using CWM once CWM is flashed. This is useful in case you want to return to Samsung Official stock ROM or in case something goes wrong.

    You can flash back to stock recovery if you don't need CWM any further OR if you want to remove the yellow triangle.
    Samsung stock recovery is attached below with this post.

    Requirements :
    1. Samsung Galaxy S duos S7562 Phone
    2. Latest USB Drivers for Samsung Mobiles (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=961956)
    3. Odin Flashing Tool (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=32500955&postcount=35)
    4. CWM 5 Recovery (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=32500955&postcount=35)
    5. Superuser or SuperSU ZIP (attached with this post) (any one of them)

    Procedure :
    1. Install latest USB Drivers for your Samsung Mobile in your PC.
    2. Switch off your mobile.
    3. Press and Hold "Vol. Down + Home + Power" buttons until the phone vibrates.
    Once phone vibrates, leave all buttons.
    4. It will Show you a Warning.
    Press Vol. UP button to Continue.
    5. Now you will see [Odin3] screen on phone which is Download Mode.
    6. Connect your Phone to your PC and wait till it install the drivers.
    7. Download and Extract Odin.zip
    Open Odin. It will detect your phone on some COM Port.
    You will see screen like this :
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    8. Now click on PDA and select the recovery.tar file.
    Now, it will look like this :
    8FbMS.jpg


    9. Now make sure the following :
    Auto-Reboot is checked.
    F. Reset Time is checked.
    All others are unchecked.
    Click on start.
    Odin will start flashing.
    wait for atleast 2-3 minutes.
    Odin will automatically reboot your phone and you will see Pass written on Odin.
    Keep the phone connected to your PC.

    10. Let the phone boot properly and then close the odin.
    11. Now, for Rooting, you have two options.
    Superuser or SuperSU. Both works good, you can choose any of them.
    so, Download CWM-Superuser-3.1.3.zip OR CWM-SuperSU-v0.96.zip and copy to your MicroSD card.
    If you don't have MicroSD card, you can copy it to phone's internal SD card memory.

    12. Boot into CWM Recovery Mode by :
    Vol. UP + Vol. Down + Home + Power
    Keep all of these pressed until you see samsung logo and then release.
    Use Vol. Up and Down to navigate and to select, use Home button. To go back, press Power button.
    IMPORTANT : GO to "Back and Restore" and create a FULL NADROID BACKUP by using "backup" option. It will be very useful in case something goes wrong.

    - "install zip from sdcard"
    - choose zip from sdcard (if files are in external microsd)
    OR choose zip from internal sdcard (if file are in phone's internal sd card memory)
    navigate to CWM-Superuser-3.1.3.zip OR CWM-SuperSU-v0.96.zip and select it.

    That's it.
    Go back using power button to CWM Home screen and reboot the phone.
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    Hi again :)

    Someone know what combination of keys we have to do for enter in recovery mode?:)

    Hi,
    Press The following combination for booting into recovery. (Works fine for me)
    Keep all of them pressed until you see the samsung logo and then release them all.

    Vol. UP + Vol. Down + Home + Power On

    CWM and Odin is attached. Flash this CWM package using odin (make sure you reboot your phone into download mode for using odin)

    I'm NOT responsible for any brick or other mis-happening. I tested it all on my galaxy S duos and it works fine.

    Edit : CWM 6 replaced with CWM 5and reuploaded. CWM 5 works much smoother for me.
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    [Guide] How to Reset Custom bin Counter In Galaxy S duos (S7562)

    Here is the full guide. If you like, please press the thanks button

    Caution: : I'm not Responsible if You Bricked Your Phone Do it at Your Own Risk.

    Requirements :
    1. Rooted Samsung Galaxy S duos S7562 Phone!
    2. TringleAway App Get it from Here or from the Attachment Box of this Post.
    3. A sensible Brain and Patient..


    Procedure:
    1. Install The TringleAway 2.86 app
    2. open the TringleAway it will ask you to grant root permission Grant it.
    3. Click on Reset Flash Counter As shown Below!
    VJ3IFHN.png


    4. it Will Give pop-Up as shown Below.

    nTpMWjt.png

    5. Click Continue..
    6. Wait...
    7. Go to Download mode And check Your Binary Status its 'No'


    Thanks Chainfire to makes It Possible!
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    Link2SD Working!

    Hey folks,

    Finally got Link2SD working properly on my rooted s7562.

    There are many guides out there so I'll just tell you what I did specifically for our phone to get it working.

    I used MiniTool Partition Wizard (on my Windows 7 laptop) to create the second partition on my 32GB micro sdcard. The important part is that it needs to be FAT32, and not Ext3 as most guides will recommend you use. Ext3 was what I tried originally without success. I was getting "read only" errors when trying to link to second partition.

    I haven't tried the Ext2 or Ext4. FAT32 worked so I'm happy.

    The native "Move to SD card" option in Link2SD does not work, (presumably because it's not natively supported on our phone) but the "Create link" option works fine. Which is what we want.

    I have moved (linked) a few apps over and tested they are working and all is good.

    Hope this helps some of you.

    Regards
    Keliuss

    P.S. Please feel free to thank me below. :)
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    ROM- Stock DDBMJ1 with some of my mods and edits + 200 dpi -Smart Launcher Pro - SD Cards swapped - PMP Engine - build.prop edits - many more tweaks.

    -Lockscreen, homescreen, notification panel and call screens-

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    Regards
    Mohitash


    Sent from my GT-S7562