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That is a kernel error. It might be fixable... in a few minutes I'll offer further assessment of this matter, after I look up a solution or two about it...
Here's something to try:
Hold down these buttons:
VOLUME DOWN and then also while holding that down, the
HOME button, and then holding both down, also hold down the
At which point you might be offered to download a custom OS. This means a firmware refresh of your Galaxy device.
Press the VOLUME UP button, and let it download a new kernel for the OS in the Samsung device. That may be all the cure it needs. Try it.
Right. That will reset the device, though if it has a kernel corruption and needs this kernel refresh procedure, it will still bring up the same 'set warranty bit' or similar message at the top.
I am not lost.
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Thanks... try what I suggested so far. If you need it all together as one instructions set rather than chopped up into my last few posts, I understand and will provide it all at once over again.