My Samsung Moment will only boot into recovery mode. I've tried every single option in there available and none of them get me past it. It says:
"E:Can't mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p1 (or /dev/block/mmcblk0) (No such file or directory) Can't mount /sdcard"
I've tried odin and following this thread: http://samsungmomentforum.com/samsung-moment/37419-how-update-moment-instructions.html
but it gets stuck at "<1> check download environment."
I found another thread about the HTC Desire having this exact same problem, and they said to:
HOW TO MOUNT SD-CARD
[STEP1]- Firstly, you will need Android-SDK (If you don't already have it)
[STEP2]- Boot into fastboot mode (Poweroff, hold BACK & POWER)
[STEP3]- Open command prompt (cmd) and type the following command
fastboot oem enableqxdm 0
fastboot oem eraseconfig
But I could never get past the first command (it said waiting for the device to go into fastboot) and I then found out only HTC phones can fastboot, not samsung.
Does anyone know what I can do to basically reset my phone to factory settings? It does not work in recovery mode. I'm hoping someone knows how I can fix it from the windows command line or anything. My windows does recognize its plugged in ("adb devices" command in the command line shows it's plugged in)
Thanks for any help!