I am pretty sure if you left your debrick sd card in the phone you could do it like that but then you loose the ability to have expandable storage. Hosted by Leaseweb. So it tries to boot off the SD card. Subscribe to Thread Page 1 of 78 1 2 3 11 51 Last. Miscellaneous Android Development.
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So what you have done is hard bricked your I AT&T or your IM by whatever means. Similar AT&T, Rogers, Bell, Telus.
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Hi guys. I hard-bricked my Samsung Galaxy S3 SGH-i - apparently flashing a rom that I shouldn't have. I had moved from to This post here is to unbrick soft bricked AT&T Samsung Galaxy S3 (SGH-I) only. Don't try this on any other Samsung Galaxy S3 variants.
Then the phone should be able to boot from 4.
Hi Rohan I got this kind of cellphone and I updated to android 4. And I still can't get the phone to make any move, even after the following the exact instruction many times.
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Be careful you are selecting the right dev or you will overwrite another disk on your system. Your phone won't do anything at all.
I found my old Samsung S III SGH-I (AT&T) that I had hard bricked many years ago. The phone won't turn on at all. Can't get into.
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Most likely flashing something with a bootloader. Brows to the Debrick dump you have for your device.
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The SD should not have to have the same 4. If this is the case, then why do we need the SD card to hold the same bootloader? This means that users running KitKat 4. Which you are trying to install?
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This is interesting.