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The bootloader is not generally on the /boot partition, it's on a separate one, although that's not really the crux of the issue. The problem occurs when the bootloader is cryptographically signed, which is intended to prevent you from replacing it with your own. The device will check the signature of the bootloader at startup and refuse to boot one with an ...
Samsung Galaxy S2 SGH-S959G Android version 2.3 in boot loop Update: downloaded Odin 3 v.1.85, flashed with Stock-SGH-S959G.tar.md5 ==> NO change STILL HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM (also checked SamMobile for firmware = nothing available)
While I am not nearly as well up as you, I haven't seen any replies and this might be of interest - if not to you then to others looking for info on Prestigios. I have a Prestigio PAP 4500 Duo which bricked itself spontaneously on New Year's Eve, sleeping the sleep of death. It's under guarantee so all I was looking for was a possible reboot mechanism. I ...
Enter *#*#7378423#*#* to access the service menu. Tap Service info > Configuration If unlocked, it says, Bootloader unlock done under Rooting Status
Since this is getting inactive for so long and no one seems to know the solution. Then I guess I'll bring my phone to where I bought it and face the consequences of my actions HAHA! If they can't fix it, then no one can. LOL Cheers, guise!
I actually got this working again!! I'll update this post with the links when I get home. After opening up the case and googling some of the different numbers printed on chips and the circuit board, I found out that this particular type of tablet can have its firmware flashed by putting the right files on the root of a micro sd card. When it boots up it ...
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