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" Internal SD card Unexpectedly removed " i9003, Samsung Logo

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Published on Sep 24, 2012

Update:

The problem can be fixed if you deceive the phone and make it see the External SD card, as being an internel SD card.

Flash the stock XXKQP (5 files)
http://www.mediafire.com/download/ka3...


Then partition your external SD card on Ubuntu computer, into 3 partitions each 500 mb.

Your phone will recognize automatically the SD card , as being an internal memory.

Here is the man who first invented this method:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showt...
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In this video I'm demonstrating the problem that affects most Samsung I9003 devices.

This problem results from Corruption of the Internal Memory.
I had this problem after 7 months of use, and one of my friends had it after 12 months of using his phone.
I had Gingerbread and wake up one morning to find my phone erased everything.
I tried multiple ROMs, non have helped.
In this video I'm using Froyo.

Google it and you will see how much i9003 users are affected by this.
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Common Complaints by users:
If they have Froyo 2.2.1 :
Your phone will stuck at booting on "Samsung" Logo. You will have to remove the battery for a couple of times.
If the phone is kept at standby, and then you try to use it, you will see "Internal SD card unexpectedly Removed"


If they have Android 2.3.x :
Your phone will stuck at booting on "Samsung" Logo. You will have to remove the battery for a couple of times.
If the phone is kept at standby, it will restart automatically , wipe your data , factory reset, and erases your memory card.
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Solution:
1. Swap Internal with External SD.(Temporary solution only)
2. Change the mainboard (The only working solution ). It costs 200 $ if you're not on warranty. Samsung Service Center refused to fix this issue for me although the original fault was a manufacturing problem.

As I'm not on warranty, I'm not going to pay 200$ for a repair, so I'll get a new smartphone. Of course won't be a Samsung.


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