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Hi, I have searched the threads and found similar problems but no solution appears to work for me.

I took delivery of my GT-P1000 UK model today and everything wise fine, rooted OK until I installed Clockwork Mod's Euro backup from the market. I let the euro reboot the tab and perform a nandriod backup that backed up Ok and verified but the tab would not reboot after that - only the Samsung boot screen and no recovery mode via the power and vol+ buttons.

I flashed the euro firmware pit, PDA P1000XWJMI, modem and phone but still no joy just the boot screen or download options. I do not know what my original firmware version was so I just chose the latest 2.2 available in this forum (P1000XWJMI).

I am pretty much stuck at the moment and would appreciate some help to get my tab back into working order with the stock froyo 2.2 Uk 3G+WiFi firmware.

Also tried firmware P1000XWJMG but still no joy

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Tony

Edited by Tony Evans, 09 June 2011 - 11:16 PM.

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Hi, I have searched the threads and found similar problems but no solution appears to work for me.

I took delivery of my GT-P1000 UK model today and everything wise fine, rooted OK until I installed Clockwork Mod's Euro backup from the market. I let the euro reboot the tab and perform a nandriod backup that backed up Ok and verified but the tab would not reboot after that - only the Samsung boot screen and no recovery mode via the power and vol+ buttons.

I flashed the euro firmware pit, PDA P1000XWJMI, modem and phone but still no joy just the boot screen or download options. I do not know what my original firmware version was so I just chose the latest 2.2 available in this forum (P1000XWJMI).

I am pretty much stuck at the moment and would appreciate some help to get my tab back into working order with the stock froyo 2.2 Uk 3G+WiFi firmware.

Also tried firmware P1000XWJMG but still no joy

Cheers

Tony



Since receiving some help on XDA and tring to flash Overcome and Stock Gingerbread still no joy. Overcome failed to flash via odin and Stock Gingerbread installed OK butfailed during recovery:

Upon installing update assert failed: getprop("ro.product.device") == GT-P1000 and so on for each GT model and then Error in /cache/recovery/sec_csc.zip (status 7).

The wipe cache fails with E:format_volume: rfs format failed on /dev/block/stl11 the wipe data/factory reset also failed on /dev/block/mmcblk02p , stl10 and stl11.

I am no expert but it seems that my filesystems are read only following the attempted ext4 conversion by the Euro clockwork recovery app yesterday. I have tried to flash at least 10 different firmwares but all fail to boot I am beginning to think that I have a brick and should return to Samsung service centre...

Tony

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Since receiving some help on XDA and tring to flash Overcome and Stock Gingerbread still no joy. Overcome failed to flash via odin and Stock Gingerbread installed OK butfailed during recovery:

Upon installing update assert failed: getprop("ro.product.device") == GT-P1000 and so on for each GT model and then Error in /cache/recovery/sec_csc.zip (status 7).

The wipe cache fails with E:format_volume: rfs format failed on /dev/block/stl11 the wipe data/factory reset also failed on /dev/block/mmcblk02p , stl10 and stl11.

I am no expert but it seems that my filesystems are read only following the attempted ext4 conversion by the Euro clockwork recovery app yesterday. I have tried to flash at least 10 different firmwares but all fail to boot I am beginning to think that I have a brick and should return to Samsung service centre...

Tony


I am thankful to XDA-developers there are some very good people over there who are kind enough to help. Have not found a solution other than returning it to Samsung for service but at least we tried to fix it.

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