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By raymondrbowman, Senior Member on 30th November 2014, 09:34 PM
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So a while back I tried to flash god knows what to my xt926 with a low battery..its been some time now so I really cant remember....and of course it took a poo on me. I got the team black hat factory cable and plugged it into the computer. The only thing that happens was the led turned solid green for a few and went out. The computer said it was "malfunctioned and windows does not recognize it". I can not do ANYTHING with the phone. Nothing shows on the screen and can not load into ap fastboot. I did of course try vol up down pwr...nothing..



I did notice that vol up dwn pwr does restart it but nothing shows on the screen ever.
 
 
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Just killed mine in a similar way. Opened it, unplugged battery to see if I could force it to reset...Nothing. PC recognizes it as QHSUS_DLOAD...Well, the CPU is alive, and knows its' software is missing. Problem now is finding a way to stick the bootloader back into the eMMC. I'll see if I can copy the procedure from other Moto MSM devices.

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Just killed mine in a similar way. Opened it, unplugged battery to see if I could force it to reset...Nothing. PC recognizes it as QHSUS_DLOAD...Well, the CPU is alive, and knows its' software is missing. Problem now is finding a way to stick the bootloader back into the eMMC. I'll see if I can copy the procedure from other Moto MSM devices.
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