Samsung Behold 2 NEED HELP PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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    kymgreen29 Member This Topic's Starter

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    I was on this website and tried to update my Samsung behold 2 to 1.6 and something went wrong when i try and turn it on it stays on the Behold 2 screen and never does anything else it wont boot up at all. (I left it on for a whole day) SO i tried to do a factory reset and it just sticks on the recovery mode screen and doesn't do anything else.(I left that screen on for another whole day and nothing happended) Can someone please help? I don't know what to do!! I am running windows 7 on my desk top and windows vista on my laptop seems that has something to do wit it so which ever is easier i can do either, I need step by step on how to fix this I am not familiar with how to do these things. Your help is gratefully appreciated!!!!!! Thanks in advanced!
     

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    turn off your phone and plug it in to usb. then when the charging bar shows up you should be able to put it in download mode. if you can then just flash it again and make sure every thing is where its supposed to be
     
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    kymgreen29 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Im not even sure if i did it right can someone post the complete insturctions again i cant find them on here anymore for windows 7 and or vista
     
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    Originally Posted by Mastermind278 [​IMG]
    Okay let me help you step by step! :)

    1. Open up Odin Multi Download
    2. Under Select OPS, choose Behold2_partition.ops
    3. Click PDA, choose the PDA File you are Trying to Flash Rather it Be BH_MAN Rom / or Stock
    4. Power Off Phone
    5. Make sure you have it connected via USB
    6. Hold and Press Volume Down, OK, Power (the red end button)
    7. Phone will say Download Mode
    8. Click Start on Odin Multi Downloader.
    9. Wait a couple of minutes
    10. Stock Touchwiz phone working again!

    Odin should be available in some of the downloads for the ROMS.

    Make sure to use the Behold II OPS file.
     
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    kymgreen29 Member This Topic's Starter

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    how do i get and open the Odin Multi Download file the correct way cuz i dont think I did right the first time
     
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    This will be in lamens terms cause I'm not in from of my home computer.

    I downloaded Odin Multidownloader that was contained in one of the zip files that is in the Root section of this forum. I believe it was in one of BHMan's ROM files.

    Also download the OTA update from the OTA thread.

    Before I connected my device, I unzipped everything, opened up Odin, plugged my phone in and then clicked browse next to the ops field and searched for the ops file that was included with the zip.

    After that, check the "One Package" checkbox. Next to the One Package field, click browse and load in the OTA file.

    Click Start and wait 5-10 mins. It should start up again.

    If your computer doesn't recognize your phone when you plug it in, you need the driver for it. Again, I believe the driver that I used was in one of those zip files.

    Also, from what I've heard, if you're using vista or Windows 7, you need to run Odin in compatibility mode. Whatever that means.

    Good luck.
     
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    good luck indeed... ive tried 2 different computers with windows 7... tried every compatibility mode on both of them.. and neither one of them worked! so i used my room mates laptop with vista.. BAM no problems
     
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    How did u do it from vista because i have my vista laptop i had the file on there but now i cant find the files on this site to redownload them can you help?
     
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    Update the driver. Also in this forum, there is a thread that hat the drivers specifically for Vista and Windows 7 that you can download and install. Just do a search for it. I'm running Windows 7 Ultimate and I never have problems with adb, Odin, or syncing my phone with the usb cord.
     
  12. SteveSlimer

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    Try to reinstall it?

    I distinctly remember having trouble installing the driver. Pair that with only one of my usb ports working on my netbook and not knowing what to do was a disaster the first few times.

    Do you have adb installed? You can download that from google.
     
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    kymgreen29 Member This Topic's Starter

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    No im tryin to instal adb now but i keep getting that message but when i look for better drivers my computer says i have the most up todate drives
     
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    The BH2 uses special drivers that are different than other Androids. It may "accept" the normal drivers but they won't work.

    Check Add/Remove Programs for any Android drivers and uninstall them there.

    If you don't find anything, open Device Manager from the Control Panel. Connect the phone with the USB cable. Look for anything Samsung or Android under "Modems" and "USB Devices".

    If you find something you will have to do a few steps. Leave Device Manager in the background. Place a folder containing the Samsung ADB drivers in a location you can find, like the desktop. Back in Device Manager, select each of the previously found devices and right click > Update Driver Software. Chose "Browse my computer..." and pick the location where you saved the driver files. The rest should be pretty straight forward.
     
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    Thanks. I was going to walk through the process myself before I posted, but I wasn't at home.

    We should start regular times when we are logged into chat to help problem solbe.
     

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