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Default GNEX Bricked Bootloop odin/rootkit doesnt work

hey all

got a gsm GNEX that was stuck on bootloop.

have tried every way to unbrick it i could find flashing with odin, rootkit and fastboot and adb... have flashed android 4.0, 4.2, 4.4 and CM-11

same thing happens everytime every seperate flash the phone will reboot 5-10 times then say "updating apps" will finish that and go into a constant bootloop...

im wondering if the phone is either hardbricked or if its a hardware failure.

any help would be great

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Hardware failure. Your internal memory is fried. Try to lock the bootloader. If its still unlocked on boot, you know it for sure.

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Hardware failure. Your internal memory is fried. Try to lock the bootloader. If its still unlocked on boot, you know it for sure.

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locked the phone and the unlocked padlock is no longer there on start up....
 
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locked the phone and the unlocked padlock is no longer there on start up....
Thats a good sign. Back up everything and unlock it again. Then try to flash the stock rom via fastboot. Without any toolkits!

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Thats a good sign. Back up everything and unlock it again. Then try to flash the stock rom via fastboot. Without any toolkits!

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flashed 2 different stock firmwares via fastboot... still no luck...

ive noticed now when it goes to reboot it gets 3-5 lines through the screen.... could this be something ? im getting to the point i think its a hardware problem...
 
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flashed 2 different stock firmwares via fastboot... still no luck...

ive noticed now when it goes to reboot it gets 3-5 lines through the screen.... could this be something ? im getting to the point i think its a hardware problem...
Did you use the flash-all.bat or did you flash everything manually? The lines could be an electrical issue or its an issue with the screen..

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