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ok so i have a problem i have a GT-I9000M (my bosses) and it is just looping on boot .... now i am able to put it into download mode and i could probably flash the phone but apparently there is a video on this phone that is really important and we don't actually even care about the phone we just need that file...

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nlibby said:
ok so i have a problem i have a GT-I9000M (my bosses) and it is just looping on boot .... now i am able to put it into download mode and i could probably flash the phone but apparently there is a video on this phone that is really important and we don't actually even care about the phone we just need that file...

all stock software

any suggestions

need any more info?
You will have a hard time getting a good answer here because this forum is for the SCH-I500. Anything suggested will likely be a guess due to the fact that no one here has your phone model.
 

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dfgas said:
Dont listen to dsk04. Guy has no clue.

Anyhow video should be on sdcard. Check that first under dcim or what ever
:( there is no SD Card in the Phone it was stored on internal memory

if no one knows then thats no problem i told him that it would probably be impossible

i told him that i could probably fix it by flashing in download mode but i figured that would wipe absolutely everything off the phone with slim to no chance of recovering the data
 

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"nlibby said:
:( there is no SD Card in the Phone it was stored on internal memory

if no one knows then thats no problem i told him that it would probably be impossible

i told him that i could probably fix it by flashing in download mode but i figured that would wipe absolutely everything off the phone with slim to no chance of recovering the data
If you can use adb on the phone you could search for the file. It would be easier to do witb qtADB
 
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