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Android Reset Help

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Last response: in Android Smartphones
January 3, 2014 11:15:19 PM

I have a samsung galaxy young gt- s6312 and i recently rooted it successfully with cwm custom rom. Then i was trying to change my default font and suddenly it froze and was not responding,so i tried to reboot it with the power key but it wasn't rebooting as it should. So i removed the battery and powered it on again . It powered on and was rebooting normally but it stuck at the "SAMSUNG" screen forever. I tried rebooting many times but it didnt reboot anymore. So i went to the recovery mode and did a hard reset ,,and restarted the device again,but it was the same case no change at all.So in the recovery mode i formatted my system , cache,......Now tried to reboot, now it came to the "SAMSUNG GALAXY YOUNG GT-S6312" screen and froze forever.

I want to reinstall the stock firmware and the android os itself to the default mode.

So plz help me ....What shall i do now ???

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January 15, 2014 8:14:05 AM

Did you not create a nandroid after rooting? This is something you must always do.

From here you'll have to get the original firmware from and flash with odin. See the xda forums specific to your phone for essential reading.
January 18, 2014 6:25:43 AM

Thanks @jbseven..
I downloaded the stock firmware and flashed it with odin took a little bit of time......and itt booted normally as it should ....and my phone works again .....
Thanks mate..
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January 18, 2014 8:22:43 AM


now make a nandroid asap and keep it in your sd card!
February 9, 2014 10:54:11 AM

Sure did it.....thanks mate

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