Support Note 4 boot looped and computer not recognizing the phone

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  1. niv11111

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    Hello,Today I stupidly tried to root with kingoroot and bricked my Note 4, now I downloaded a new rom to fix it but now I see that my computer (or any computer) can't recognize the phone but I can still charge it

    When I connect it to my phone it says device is malfunctioning. I am out of options and very frustrated

    Please someone help me

    . Manufacturer - Samsung
    2. Model - Note 4
    3. Software version - 5.1.1
     

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  2. Bg260

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    Are you booted into download mode?
     
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    Yes
     
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    Are you using Odin? KIES?
     
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    I tried both, and both can't recgonize it, the computer is not even showing signs of the note begin plugged
     
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    First, uninstall KIES. Boot phone into download mode and connect. Open Odin. If you see a blue panel in the upper left that says com1 or similar, you're good to go.


    I could help more if I had a full model number.

    I'll clarify. Right now Windows doesn't recognize it. That doesn't mean your computer doesn't.
     
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    Didn't work, my model number is n910f
     
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    Tried 5 cables and non worked

    what should I do with what you sent me? I already have a stock ram installed on my computer but I can get my computer to recgonize it
     
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    I just posted some drivers for you to try. This is a very rare circumstance.
     
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    Depending on your exact model # you could possibly use SmartSwitch.



    Use this to uninstall any USB drivers that may be "stuck".
     

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    The device dosn't show in the thing you sent me, any more options?
     
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    Run USBDeview as administrator. Uninstall all USB drivers that are not in use.
    Are you using Windows 10? Has the phone been recognized before?
     
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    Also, do not use a USB hub or a USB 3.0 connection.
     
  15. niv11111

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    im using windows 8.1 and I didn't connect the phone directly to my computer since I intalled the new OS
     
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    Plug the device in and open device manager. Look for anything that says Android or Samsung.
     
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    I have none
     
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    Sounds like a hardware issue. The connection that charges the device is separate from the data transfer. Do you have the original Samsung charging cable? Sometimes that helps.
    Kingroot is a horrible app. Unfortunately it works.

    I know you're upset. I've been in your position before. You need to take a deep breath and read through the thread again. Look for something you might have missed.
     
  19. niv11111

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    Yeah im extremely frustrated and I tired everything in this thread, I just wanted to root my device and they ****ed up my phone, will taking my phone to samsung help anything? I don't have warranty anymore
     
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    If the charging port is to blame than it can be fixed. I don't know about the warranty though. I've helped a few and connecting via Odin has never come up like this. That's why I suspect hardware.
     
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    Are you using Kies or Kies 3? Kies 3 would be the correct version to use.
     
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    I did use kies 3
     

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