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Samsung's 5th-generation Android-based Galaxy smartphone was released April 11, 2014. Improvements to the phone include a fingerprint scanner, updated camera, larger display, and water resistance. It is available in four different colors; black, blue, white, and copper.

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S5 SM-G900 Stuck on booting screen

Okay i was repairing my mother cellphone she bought a new one but i still want to get this phone working.

First the screen was cracked

I changed the LCD assembly

The rear camera wasn't working properly

I changed the rear camera

And i changed the mid-frame completely

It took around 3-4 month from start to finish since the parts were ordered from china and it got pretty long.

Then the phone will never boot completely

The furthest i can go is download mode and recovery mode

I did everything i could to soft reset it

I also downloaded the right firmware and re-flashed it

I did a full reset

Then the phone will not boot up again

I removed screen and everything just to see if every connector we're okay but it is still stuck in boot mode.

Also if i let it sit while its booting the phone is getting really hot.

Could this be a battery problem i can believe I'm throwing another 10$ on this phone.

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Good Morning,

I'm under the impression that the phone gets stuck either on the Samsung Logo screen or Carrier Screen (AT&T, T-Mobile, etc). Best way I fixed these is via Samsung Smart Switch. Do note this will be a lost of all the data within the device.

  • Get the Model Number and the Serial Number off the device (typically behind the unit/underneath the battery).
  • Put unit in Download Mode/Odin Mode (Power button, Vol Down, and Home button)
  • Plug unit into computer > Open Smart Switch > Select More (upper right) > Emergency Software Recovery > Click the Device Initialization Tab > Enter Model Number and Serial Number.

This should take about 30 mins or so. Once the unit is finished, it will reboot. This will stay on the logo screen for a while since it's initializing applications, so be patient.

Hope this helps

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i did that twice and it didnt work

Can the LCD be faulty

Can the camera be faulty

Can the Mid frame be faulty??

Or i wait for the new battery in the mail


If it's on the boot loop, it's a software issue. Maybe when you attempted the firmware update it may have done something to the OS. The best thing I can recommend is to update the firmware to it's original (phone release firmware) and try again. Updating firmware can trigger certain components to not work, so reverting to the previous/original firmware may resolve the issue.


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