How To Fix Bricked Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 | Very Easy Tutorial

Fix Bricked Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830

How To Fix Bricked Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 | Very Easy Tutorial

Since many Galaxy Ace users are now trying to boost the performance of their device, there has been a lot of havoc for getting some undesired outcomes because of the Rom being installed on their device. Now that is very disappointing. But don’t worry if you have bricked your Galaxy Ace. We have a very short and easy to follow tutorial to fix it. Just follow the tutorial given below to easily fix your Galaxy Ace 2 S5830.

Before You Proceed–>>

  • This tutorial is very sensitive and is recommended only for advanced users. Make sure you try this out only on Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830.
  • If your phone is showing up the Home screen, then just back up all the data on your phone. Else all the data on your phone will be lost.
  • If it is possible for you to Enable the USB Debugging Mode then just Go to Options > Applications > Development > USB Debugging.
  • Charge your device battery with atleast 90% of power.
  • You need a windows computer with active internet connection and a USB cable to connect your phone to your computer.

How To Fix Bricked Samsung Galaxy Ace S5830 | Very Easy Tutorial

  1. Initially download the Samsung Galaxy Tool Pack and extrat the zip file to a convenient folder on your computer.
  2. Now connect your phone to your PC via USB cable.
  3. Now open the Galaxy Tool pack that you have extracted in step 1.
  4. Now find the .tar file which you will find in the folder that you extracted in step 1 and select the same.
  5. Now click on Copy and the click on Cygwin Window to open the same.
  6. Now in the Cygwin Window type the following commands and hit Enterafter you type in each command.
    • cd ./work
    • splitfus2.exe_w2*.tar.md5
  7. Now wait for few minutes while the processing is on.
  8.  Now click on Open Folder and then click on Odin.
  9. Now you will see the Odin screen. Just click on PDA button and then click on Flash in order to start installation.

That’s it!! You have successfully recovered your Samsung Galaxy Ace S5630 !!

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