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Old April 9th, 2012, 01:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello, I have a big problem. I was tried to install custom kernel which overlocks my Samsung Galaxy Mini to 825mHz so after flash with ClockWorkMod recovery, my phone always shows "www.samsung.com" logo and nothing happens. Please help how to repair this problem, what should I do?

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Hello, I have a big problem. I was tried to install custom kernel which overlocks my Samsung Galaxy Mini to 825mHz so after flash with ClockWorkMod recovery, my phone always shows "www.samsung.com" logo and nothing happens. Please help how to repair this problem, what should I do?
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