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    hi

    i have problem my mobile is suspending in logo samsung.


    help me like picture see picture

     

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    It's called a bootloop. It's not good. But we might be able to get you going again. I'm really going to need some info on the phone. Make, Model #, Carrier.
     
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    There are very thorough instructions there. If you flash the ROM and are now in a bootloop, boot into recovery mode and wipe the cache partition. If that doesn't work then do a factory reset. If nothing still then flash the firmware again.?
     
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    you mean i download again frimware ?
     
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    Try the first two. Wipe Cache. If still not booting, factory reset.
     
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    i tried wipe cache yesterday but factory reset erase everything ?????
     
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    Unfortunately yes. Flashing the firmware will erase everything as well. Have you uninstalled any system applications? If so a factory reset might not do much good.
     
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    i uesed kingroot and folder exploreer to change some code in database with root working
     
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    any one there
     
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    i did still not working
     
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    may be this (i uesed kingroot and folder exploreer to change some code in database with root working)i used to root to chanege codes in kernal
     
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    In what way? What error code did Odin give? Or the device?
     
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    What's done is done. A bootloop like this is irreversible. It can't be fixed without flashing the firmware. Your data is lost. Always back up your data.
     
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    ok thank you
     
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    The device_provisioned section of the build prop is a huge offender. Cause of many bootloops.
     
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    Whatever you did, Wise11, was very Unwise....I guess I don't understand why people tweak things to the point of breaking them. If I'm uncertain, I just leave it alone.
     
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    I am guessing that you did not take the sensible step of making a nandroid backup before messing about with the kernel. If you had, you could just flash to the backup.

    I suggest that you download and reflash your stock firmware. This will unroot you and you will need to root your phone again, try using the CF-Auto-Root method mentioned by Bg260 in an earlier post above... [International] Rooting Galaxy S4 - Dummies Guide. This should sort out the messing about that you have been doing by following an out-of-date, 4 year old guide for a completely different firmware. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.


    ironass motto... "Flash in haste... repent at leisure!" ;)
     
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    yes it is suspended on logo Samsung i can not enter to my mobile even after install frimware?what is solutiion how can my mobile work correctly >>thank you
     
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    Try wiping the phone's cache partition in Recovery Mode. Failing that, do a Factory Data Reset in Recovery Mode and see if that will allow you to boot up.
     
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    factory reset is difficult to earase is there another solution some told download PIT files and make re-partition

    can i unroot device in download mode via usb see attachment TWRP FLASH WHAT IS THAT

    Flash TWRP recovery !! ODIN VERSION !! (TAR file).
     

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