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Old 06-06-2012, 05:06 PM
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Been using N2O5 since its launch but i am having this 1 and only problem again and again -

Whenever i switch off my mobile or restart it the fone hangs on the first screen which shows Samsung I8910 HD and this screen pops up again and again without the phone booting - is this the REBOOT LOOP ?

Which is the next best and latest firmware after N2O5
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Old 06-11-2012, 07:17 PM
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Try to boot your phone without sd card and to insert it after 1-2 flashing lines. After you boot your phone start to uninstall applications. This problem is a common and it is not connected with the firmware. It is caused by too many installed applications
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But i dont have any sd card installed in my phone, i use mass storage mode

and what do you mean by inserting it after 1 or 2 flashing lines ?
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But i dont have any sd card installed in my phone
In that case hard reset is the only way. Next time buy sd card and install most of the apps on it and make pin code. If the same sh..t happen again just remove the sd card, start the phone, wait for pin screen, place back sd card, insert pincode, ok.
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Hi, I just flashed my phone to n205.

have a similar problem. on starting, the screen just flashes (and hangs?). the phone doesn't get to the stage where it asks for SIM PIN code.

Can't do a hard reset as I can't access the keyboard.

What do I need to do..?

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no such fw wil be realsed for our omnia hd becz all poters had stoped the work on omnia hd so no nxt fw n if u have reboot problem i can help u!
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