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SGS2 Stock Firmware

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hi, i tried to reload my SGS2 with the stock firmware (I9100DXKH2_I9100DXKH1_I9100OLCKH1) from Samfirware.com. before that i used the custom rom (Cognition2) on my sgs2.

i didn't do any full wipe before i load the custom ROM.

after finished reload he stock firmware with Odin, some of the services such as messaging, call and etc were forced to turn off by my SGS2. i tried to reboot my SGS2 a few times but it still happens.

can some one help me on this? how can i enable all the essential services on this stock firmware again?

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hi, i tried to reload my SGS2 with the stock firmware (I9100DXKH2_I9100DXKH1_I9100OLCKH1) from Samfirware.com. before that i used the custom rom (Cognition2) on my sgs2.

i didn't do any full wipe before i load the custom ROM.

after finished reload he stock firmware with Odin, some of the services such as messaging, call and etc were forced to turn off by my SGS2. i tried to reboot my SGS2 a few times but it still happens.

can some one help me on this? how can i enable all the essential services on this stock firmware again?

You can dial *2767*3855# to hardreset your phone

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You can dial *2767*3855# to hardreset your phone

hi, this hard reset will remove all of my apps right? that means i have to reroot the phone again right? thanks.

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hi, this hard reset will remove all of my apps right? that means i have to reroot the phone again right? thanks.

you don't have to re-root

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You can dial *2767*3855# to hardreset your phone

Watch out, this WIPES YOUR SDCARD AND EXTERNAL SDCARD.

Just so you know...

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Watch out, this WIPES YOUR SDCARD AND EXTERNAL SDCARD.

Just so you know...

that means i will have to remove the external SD card before hard reset then.

if our IMEI details were wipe out, we will also have this problem right?

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