I have a Galaxy Tab S2, 8.0", Wi-Fi (SM-T713). I have flashed it with stock firmware (flashed SYSTEM, CACHE, HIDDEN, BOOT, and RECOVERY), and wiped /data ("Factory reset" in recovery). However, it is stuck in a "psuedo-brick".
I call it this because while it may not be "bricked", it can't get past the initial setup process, and therefore can't be used for anything useful.
The specific issue is after the "Welcome!" screen. I select "English (United States)", and then it asks to set up Wi-Fi. It is off, so I turn it on. I wait a few seconds, and it turns itself off, without detecting any networks.
It seems to make me select a Wi-Fi network to proceed, which of course I can't do.
The FRP lock is enabled, so I cannot boot into anything custom.
How can I get my device to stop turning its Wi-Fi off?