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Comparing confirmed Chinese translation of these four symbols (yes -- it is a manufacture date) with Izzy's answer, which states, that Li+ batteries have a self-discharge rate of approximately 5–10% per month, we end up with conclusion, that even with most optimistic scenario, Li-Ion batteries stored in store or warehouse without cyclic re-charge (which most ...
As your device is rooted I assume you can download nexus root toolkit to pull and push files, it automatically handles both, bootloader booting and fastboot, through adb, if however you didn't have usb debugging enabled I cant help you.
if you know your samsung account, u can unlock your device without loosing any data or anything! I had the same problem. 1) Sing in with your samsung account : findmymobile.samsung.com/mindex.jsp 2) you will see 'unlock my screen' among the options . Then click it. It really works well Good lucks :)
In root toolkit use the bricked option, selecting soft-bricked, should flash stock, however make sure you select the right version of your phone in options (in NRT) before you start.
I had the same problem, and the solution was to re-flash the stock ROM.
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