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Your phone is stuck as a result of memory overload caused by some bad program. Following will do the trick for you: Turn off your Samsung Galaxy S3. Press and hold down the “Power” button, “Home” button, and the “Volume Up” button. Wait for your phone to vibrate, then release only the “Power” button. Wait for the Android System Recovery screen to appear, ...
I can suggest to follow these steps: Remove USB cable and battery. Re-insert battery. Hold Volume Down and Home, then press Power. If you can enter the recovery system, try to clear caches. If that doesn't work, do a factory reset. If that still doesn't, go back to download mode, and try to restore using Odin and a corresponding firmware.
Have you tried a sideload? I found I couldn't do anything after loading an initial release of the Ubuntu for phones OS and a sideload revived my Galaxy Nexus.
Pressing and holding the phone's power button for a few seconds might do the trick. It switches off my Android phones.
Total noob with this stuff myself, I have been reading around, Some applications given access like admin(?) , will have been allowed to install in critical locations to do the special tricks they do. To fully remove these applications the special permission change made has to be disabled by the program first, then the program itself can be uninstalled. If ...
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