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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by TakashiStormii, Jun 27, 2011.

  1. TakashiStormii

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    So last year, for Black Friday, I got myself a free Samsung Transform. Not a great phone, but also not completely terrible. Anyways, I managed to root it and flash the shiftr182 rom using a "how to" video on youtube. Recently I had been wanting to flash back to stock and receive legit upgrades (since I was having some issues with some apps). I used the link below to flash to stock. Unfortunately, I didn't know what any of the "rfs" stuff meant, and there was no place to hit enter then start spelling. So I tried just running the file from recovery. Since that, I have yet to get my phone started up. All it does is bring up the Samsung loading bar, which fills, then stays on the screen forever. I have tried taking the battery out, I have tried doing the factory reset in the recovery menu, nothing has fixed/changed my problem. I AM able to get to the recovery page, but nothing on it really seems to help (AND it now has a huge yellow ! behind it, which can't be good).

    Can anyone help me? I really can't afford to get another phone, since my upgrade isn't for another 1 1/2 years, and my phone isn't insured.
     

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  2. Cooper271

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    Can you get to custom recovery? I'll assume not. Follow my guide here: http://androidforums.com/transform-all-things-root/317829-how-unbrick.html
     
  3. lilparker2009

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    just send it in to samsung you have a one year samsung warranty theyll fix it free because i did the samething to mine:D
     

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