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Thread: SM-T580 Issues with booting and flashing firmware

  1. #1
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    Question SM-T580 Issues with booting and flashing firmware

    Hi all,

    So I am currently working on flashing firmware from SamMobile for my SM-T580. When I downloaded the firmware it appears I am missing the CP file. Is this necessary since my Tab A is WiFi only and I believe I heard at one point that CP is for devices that use mobile data? This is a learning process for me lol. I've been trying different versions of ODIN as I've heard that can help sometimes. Is this going to require a Stock Firmware to repair the issue (If it can be repaired)??

    My Samsung Tab A has been having issues with not being able to boot at all and I am trying to get this functional again. What happens is that when I try to boot the tablet, the screen is flashing while it tries to "Installing system update" and "erase" on a blue screen with the. It then leads to a mostly blank screen

    I get a screen that says:

    NO Support SINGLE-SKU
    Supported API: 3
    E: failed to mount /efs (Invalid Argument)
    E: failed to mount /persdata (Invalid Argument)

    -- Wiping persdata . . .
    Formatting /persdata ....
    E: format_volume : make ext4 failed on /dev/block/platform/13540000.dwmmc0/by-name/PERSDATA with 1 (I/O Error)
    persdata wipe failed
    E:failed to mount /efs (Invalid Argument)
    dm-verity error
    E: failed to mount /cache (Invalid Argument)
    E: failed to mount /cache
    E: failed to mount /cache
    E: failed to mount /system
    E: failed to mount /cache
    E: Can't mount/cache/recovery/last_locale

    When I try to flash the firmware in Odin I often get stuck at the "Initializing" phase. I was once able to get to "Setting .pit" but it never advanced from there

    Sorry if this is incoherent, I've been going at this for hours to no avail!

    Thanks all

  2. #2
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    Hi there,

    it's the best you go to a Samsung Service Point and let them repair it...

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