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Topic # 105235 29-Jun-2012 19:23 Send private message

OK just got the confirmation regarding ICS availability from my Samsung Note tonight. My phone's not rooted.

Downloaded the 370-odd mb package, and it appeared to have installed OK. Then when it rebooted, it got stuck at the Samsung logo for over 20 mins. Took the battery out but to no avail.

Any suggestions without rooting?

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  Reply # 648400 29-Jun-2012 19:32 Send private message

try booting into recovery and wiping dalvik cache and cahe




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  Reply # 648401 29-Jun-2012 19:33 Send private message

Can you tell me how I go about doing that?

 

 





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  Reply # 648408 29-Jun-2012 19:39 Send private message

I held down the power button + home + volume up and it takes me to an image of an Android... then it reboots and I am back to the Samsung logo...


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  Reply # 648409 29-Jun-2012 19:40 Send private message

not quite sure on Note but try volume up,power and home button at same time




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  Reply # 648412 29-Jun-2012 19:44 Send private message

eed to hold the 3 buttons during bootup and should go into recovery




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  Reply # 648416 29-Jun-2012 19:48 Send private message

seems it is common a lot of posts in various forums.

http://droidtricks.blogspot.co.nz/2012/02/how-to-boot-samsung-galaxy-note-into.html




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  Reply # 648417 29-Jun-2012 19:48 Send private message

Yeah, a bit of a bugger. I hope I can still access my phones on the internal memory before I wipe it to factory!

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