Originally Posted by karandpr
Yeah ,your phone is almost "el finito "
As a last resort ,you can try using USB jig
to boot into download mode ,but I think your bootloader/nand has gone corrupt .
If it doesn't boot into download mode with the jig ,it wont recover by any possible means available .
Other than that ,You can try to resurrect your phone at a local mobile repairing shop who have J-tag riff Box . It costs anything between 10-25$ depending on locale .
That method is specially meant to resurrect download mode and it requires soldering skills .
If it doesnt work even with a J-tag then ,the phone is dead . In that case nothing short of motherboard replacement can fix it .
Yeah, this pretty much sums it up. Once a phone can not boot into download mode there really isn't anything you can do software wise to fix it. This occasionally happens even on newer phones with lots of support.
I am pretty familiar with Odin, but about 6 months ago I had to send my wife's Nexus S back to Samsung for repairs. It happens to the best of us.
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