Recently rooted my Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 7.0. Everything was going great, I downloaded the programs needed for my tablet to be rooted, then one night I was just checking my emails when the battery died on me. When I powered it back on it went to a screen saying stuck in ODIN MODE. The top left corner says: (in red writing) could not do normal boot. (also in red) ODIN MODE PRODUCT NAME: SCH-I705 CUSTOM BINARY DOWNLOAD: No CURRENT BINARY: Samsung Official SYSTEM STATUS: Offical (in gray writing) QUALCOMM SECUREBOOT: ENABLE (also gray) BOOTLOADER RP SWREV: 1 Underneath the wiring is a green Android man saying "Downloading... Do not turn off target!!" It's been like this for about a week, I've tried the volumn button plus power to try and boot into a different loading screen. It won't load bios, safe mode or anything else except for this screen. (If the my question isn't clear, I'm wondering how to get out of this "ODIN MODE" page. Also what is ODIN exactly so I can prevent this from happening again.) Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.