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Master Geek


Topic # 98674 3-Mar-2012 20:02
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Does anyone do this service in New Zealand?

We are kinda short on options.

Have emailed a few places. 

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  Reply # 590006 3-Mar-2012 20:38
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Vivasanti: Does anyone do this service in New Zealand?

We are kinda short on options.

Have emailed a few places.?

I have to ask... How did you manage to get your phone that screwed up that it requires a JTag repair?

Most of the time you can get into download mode using the 3 button combo, or in bad cases, using the USB jig. From there you should be able to Odin flash a ROM, using the repartition function to recreate the partition table.



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Master Geek


  Reply # 590010 3-Mar-2012 20:46
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Its explained in the SGS2 thread, flashed the wrong firmware which was still in my directory from my old SGS1 :D

/retarded. 

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 590206 4-Mar-2012 16:05
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There's an outfit in The Grand Arcade in Wellington that I believe can do this.






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Master Geek


  Reply # 590248 4-Mar-2012 18:32
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Dont spose they have a name or a website?

Gona have to send it to the US otherwise, though its $75 dollars which is probably cheaper than anyone in NZ could do it. 

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