Galaxy S will not boot past the "Galaxy S" screen on startupGeneral

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  1. Bkjames

    Bkjames New Member

    Hi Everyone

    This is my first post so i hope its in the correct section

    my Galaxy S will not boot past the "Galaxy S" screen on startup. I have read several posts with the same problem and I have tried all suggestions that I have come across. Here is what I have tried so far:

    1. Removed battery and sim card for several hours - no change
    2. Went into recovery mode (volume up + power + home button). Received a "E:Can't mount /dev/block/mmcblkOp1 (No such file or directory)" and "E:copy_dbdata_media:Can't mount SDCARD: copy default media content failed." error messages.
    3. In recovery mode, performed a "wipe data/factory reset" to restore the phone back to default - still no change
    Do i need to send my phone back to Samsung or take it to a phone shop? or can it be sorted at home?


  2. Shine.

    Shine. Well-Known Member

    Is it a I9000M? If so i had the same problem and my internal sd card was curropt! You could try flashing your stock rom via odin!
  3. Bkjames

    Bkjames New Member

    thanks for the reply, how do i go about doing that mate? i haven't a clue about all this lol

  4. rayhipkiss

    rayhipkiss Well-Known Member

  5. Shine.

    Shine. Well-Known Member

    Is your phone from bell(canada)? if so its the I9000M? Im very curious now:p
  6. babu_zain

    babu_zain New Member

    i m facing same problem with my galaxy s i9000. Anyone have a solution for this?

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