Samsung G532F Dead Boot Repair EMMC Dump and ISP Pinout

Samsung Grand Prime Plus dead after flash. How to fix dead boot using EMMC Dump. Also, You will find here ISP Pinout for Samsung G532F. This dump can be flashed through EasyJtag Plus, UFi, and Medusa PRO. Tested emmc dump to bring your phone alive. If your phone is stuck at logo and can go into Download Mode then you don’t need EMMC Dump you can Flash Repair firmware for G532F.

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Samsung G532F Dead Boot Repair


This Guide is only for professional Technicians only and they need Professional Jtag Device like mentioned above. Backup all partitions and Security partitions (The most important step).

First of all, Download and install EasyJtag or UFI Setup whatever you have. Connect your phone with ISP Adapter through the isp pinouts given on this page. Make sure all pinouts (CLK, CMD, DAT0, VCCQ, VCC, and GND) are connected safely.

Open EMMC Tool and connect with your EasyJtag box and select 1.8v and 36MHz or 24 MHz Frequency. Extract downloaded EMMC Dump file and select in EMMc General as ROM1, ROM2, ROM3, and Extcsd. If you face some errors then recheck your isp connects and voltage. try connecting the USB cable from PCB to your PC for constant voltage.

After writing Dump disconnect ISP and take your phone to “Download mode” also you can use Samsung Download Mode Jig. No Flash Repair Firmware using ODIN3.

What is ROM1, ROM2, ROM3 and EXTCSD

Extcsd is a file that contains partitions information and boot information. After formatting EMMC (Factory Format / Repartitioning) you need the “*.Extcsd” file to restore its ROMs locations and boot configuration. ROM1 is for Userdata (System Software, Firmware, AP File) and ROM2 and ROM3 are for boot partitions. There is another Physical partition called RPMB which contains the phone’s critical modem data and Highly secured data.

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