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    Default Re: [How to] Factory Restore (or Fix a Bricked Phone)

    Quote Originally Posted by jpfoxey View Post
    NOOOO! I needed to go back to stock in order to get my phone looked at since it was not charging. I forgot the pit/ I was MTD running CM9 Beta 2, and now nothing, I will be beside myself if I fried it doing this, is that what rrrrrrrrr, so not happy

    PLEASE Help!

    FALSE ALARM, I am not the sharpest tool, had a bad MD5, at least I had a place to freak out while I waited.
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    Default Re: [How to] Factory Restore (or Fix a Bricked Phone)

    Quote Originally Posted by jpfoxey View Post
    NOOOO! I needed to go back to stock in order to get my phone looked at since it was not charging. I forgot the pit/ I was MTD running CM9 Beta 2, and now nothing, I will be beside myself if I fried it doing this, is that what rrrrrrrrr, so not happy

    PLEASE Help!
    Can you get into download mode? Try running Odin again but with the PIT file and repartition checked and see if it works. Basically follow the first method in the OP of this thread.
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    Default Re: [How to] Factory Restore (or Fix a Bricked Phone)

    FYI, I used the same method I described in the OP for restoring to stock EL30 and it worked like a charm. My wife's Epic was on Froyo EC05 (Bonsai ROM) for ages and it worked perfectly to upgrade her straight to EL30 stock.

    Computer used: Windows 7/ 64-bit.
    Samsung Drivers from OP (32 bit version) installed first time, device recognized no problems.
    Samsung stock cable (aftermarket purchased brand new)
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    Default Re: [How to] Factory Restore (or Fix a Bricked Phone)

    I installed Truly Epic Rebirth 1.5, after converting my fs to ext4. Now I want to factory restore and then do an OTA update to whatever is current on Sprint's network. Do I want to flash back to Eclair? Which restore procedure should I be using for this?

    Thanks in advance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rogodeter View Post
    I installed Truly Epic Rebirth 1.5, after converting my fs to ext4. Now I want to factory restore and then do an OTA update to whatever is current on Sprint's network. Do I want to flash back to Eclair? Which restore procedure should I be using for this?

    Thanks in advance.
    Answered my own question by reading backwards from the last page in this thread. I installed EL30 (thanks Paul) and then was able to do an OTA upgrade to current Android version.

    All is good.. Now I can store this phone and activate my Galaxy S3 that just came today. I wanted to factory restore this one first so I'd have a pristine backup in the event that my wife or I decide to smash or SGS3 on a parking lot in the near future.

    Thanks again!
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    Does anybody know how to factory restore the stock kernal on Epic 4G Touch?
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    Quote Originally Posted by FreemanDre View Post
    Does anybody know how to factory restore the stock kernal on Epic 4G Touch?
    Wrong forum, wrong device.

    Sent from my SPH-D700 CM9 4.0.4
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    How can I tell if my phone is mtd or bml?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jsmith448826 View Post
    How can I tell if my phone is mtd or bml?

    Sent from my SPH-D700 using Android Central Forums
    How much internal storage do you have total?

    Also, you can check what your system, etc, are mounted as.

    RFS would be BML. YAFFS2 would be MTD. (on this device anyway)

    Sent from my AOSP Android 4.1.1 Galaxy Nexus
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    Well, on my Galaxy I did as you said and the phone displayed 'Downloading' and under that 'Do not turn-off target' which I took to mean the phone. Anyhow, after 4 hours that display did not change. So I pulled out the USB cable, turned off and restarted, only to find nothing had changed. AFASIK, the USB port is ok. Could it be the cable itself?
    Any thoughts?
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    Default Re: Can't update, drivers not working.. etc

    windows 7 users troubles with odin try running it as administrator just select and right click on odin select run as administrator thanks for the files been looking everywhere for this type of answer hopefully i can get my 3g/wifi working again
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    I want to restore my dad's old epic 4g back to stock so I can replace my evo 3d that I dropped in water, but the power button is broken and sprint won't fix it because I'm running CM. Since the power button is broken I can't get it into download mode, and I managed by a stroke of luck to get it into download mode with some USB cable/battery trickery but odin failed to load Gingerbread and I tried taking the battery out but that turned the phone off and I haven't been able to replicate it. I'm pretty frustrated right now wtf do I do?
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    Said ***LOCKED*** But Dosen't Say Anything Just Starting From Line Below)
    SHOOTER XC SHIP S-OFF RL
    HBOOT-1.58.0000
    RADIO-1.09.00.0108
    eMMC-boot
    May 17, 2012

    AND THE 4 OPTIONS BUT EVERY TIME I GO INTO RECOVERY IT COMES UP WITH A PHONE WITH GREEN RECYCLE SIGN THEN RED TRIANGLE. PLEASE HELP IM SO FRUSTRATED ! ALL OF THIS HAPPENED CUZ I TRIED TO OVERCLOCK.ALSO MY LAPTOP DOSENT RECOGNIZE MY PHONE THROUGH USB, SHOULD I TRY ON MY DESKTOP ?
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    Default Re: Odin from DG17 to DI18

    Do I extract the SPH-D700-FC09-8Gb-REL.tar.md5.zip file before applying it in Odin? And do I change the .tar.md5 to anything?

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    Do I extract the SPH-D700-FC09-8Gb-REL.tar.md5.zip file before applying it in Odin? And do I change the .tar.md5 to anything?
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    Default Re: Odin from DG17 to DI18

    The link to Samsung drivers in Procedure #1 appears not to be working.

    Here's the link I mean:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flaspeneer View Post
    The link to Samsung drivers in Procedure #1 appears not to be working.

    Here's the link I mean:

    Thanks, link fixed.
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    Does Flashing Stock Samsung ROM in Odin Clear out the System Partition?

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    No repartition
    ROM put inside PDA slot

    I'm wondering because I suspect there may have been some malware in the previous ROM that was flashed. So I want to be sure all the Files that were in the System Partition Previously are deleted.
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    Default Re: Can't update, drivers not working.. etc

    PLease tell me how to do factory format back to normal because I formatted whole rom of my MT6575 mobile phone. Download my backup rom not making my phone boot able. Showing android guy dead with open panal.
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