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Re: GPS Issue After EH03 Update
Heres the fix guys thanks to someone at the vzw forums:
I had to do this one because i performed a factory reset on my phone and it broke and stopped at the E3 recovery, no there was no root or anything it was purely stock prior to factory reset. soo i knew how to do this odin process and i grabbed the files and viola looks like its working now, the symbol shows, no lock ups, ill perform complete test tomorrow morning on the way to work and post when i get there. hope this helps guys
Re: FASCINATE PROBLEMS AFTER GINGERBREAD INSTALL-Caution!!! [ New ]
12-06-2011 10:04 AM
For those of you with problems with your Fascinate GPS that can't get a fix and nothing seems to work, I had that issue as well. Although I was able to use Google Maps and Navigation, GPS signals could not be found. In fact, the "gps search" icon that used to appear in the notification bar never appeared and third party "gps status" apps could not find any GPS satellites. It was as if my phone was unable to initiate the GPS function. I decided that I needed to reinstall Gingerbread and by doing so, completely wipe my phone by putting a clean Verizon stock build of Gingerbread on my Fascinate.
After following the steps below, your Fascinate's software will be the same as when the phone was new and you were starting it for the first time, only now the Android OS will be Gingerbread.
WARNING: If you follow the steps below, ALL of your settings and saved files on your phone (but not on your SD card) will be erased. Remember to back up contacts, bookmarks, SMS messages, and whatever else you think you'll want before installing Gingerbread using these methods.
Step 1: Download and install Samsung Fascinate USB drivers Samsung (Select "Software" and click the file icon to download the driver)
Step 2: Download Odin, a computer program you will use to install Gingerbread. Odin3 v1.83.exe
Step 3: Download Verizon Fascinate Gingerbread stock build, EH03: Multiupload.com - upload your files to multiple file hosting sites!
Step 4: Power off phone and pull battery.
Step 5: Plug in factory usb cable to your computer and the phone while pressing the phone's volume down button. A yellow triangle will appear on the phone with a message saying "download mode". Release the volume button.
Step 6: Run odin on your computer.
Step 7: Click on button labelled "PDA" in odin and select the EH03 Gingerbread file you downloaded to your computer in step 3.
Step 8: Click start and wait about 10 minutes. The box in the left hand corner of odin will say PASS, then click reset.
Step 10: Unplug usb cable, put battery back in and turn on phone.
After initially setting up your phone, you can relatively easily reinstall all of your Android apps, go to http://market.android.com, login and select the "My Library" tab to view all of the apps you have ever downloaded to your phone. Using the website, you can install the apps you want and they will be sent to your phone and installed automatically.