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Old May 29th, 2012, 08:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Samsung Galaxy Gio Stuck when Updating Firmware

So right now I'm updating my Samsung Galaxy Gio with Kies. Downloading the updates on my PC was going right, but now my phone is stuch with the screen 'Downloading...'. It's been around 30 minutes now and still nothing happens. So then I thought: my phone has most of the time no connection with wi-fi in my room because my computer is in the loft. Maybe that causes the problem. Please help me!

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So right now I'm updating my Samsung Galaxy Gio with Kies. Downloading the updates on my PC was going right, but now my phone is stuch with the screen 'Downloading...'. It's been around 30 minutes now and still nothing happens. So then I thought: my phone has most of the time no connection with wi-fi in my room because my computer is in the loft. Maybe that causes the problem. Please help me!

- Julian
I hadn't connected my Gio to the computer for a while. Now I did and it started the firmware upgrade from 2.3.4 to 2.3.6. Same situation as yours. The phone is stuck on "Downloading..." and the stay-on-top firmware upgrade window progress bar is stuck on 0%. Its been half an hour now. I hope its not going to get bricked if I pull it out like that.
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Nevermind! I found a fix.

Its from this page Samsung Galaxy Gio Flashing tutorial | smartphone and tablet review, tips,tweak and hack
I'll just copy pasta it here:

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The solution when Upgrade via Kies is Stuck


- If more than 5 minutes the firmware update process is still at 0% / stuck and samsung galaxy gio remain in a state ’DOWNLOAD mode “, please unplug the USB cable. remove the battery and then put it back.
- Close Kies and the Updater with ALT + F4 until no longer Kies window.
- Then run Kies, there will be a failed firmware update notices, and offered to do an emergency firmware recovery.
- Next up are required to run Kies into recovery mode (download mode)
- Make sure that the Galaxy Gio is off and there is no usb cable is attached.
- Press the volume down + home + power button simultaneously
make sure it says Downloading … Gio screen.
- Reconnect the USB to Gio.
- Press Retry to window “Emergency Firmware Recovery”
- Updates will begin to take place, there will be no downloading of data. those data have been downloaded previously, and stored in the cache
- Wait until the download is complete .. update done
Problem solved!
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