[Q] Acer A200 Brick

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By masterxox, Junior Member on 21st July 2014, 07:14 AM
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Unlocked Bootloader // Rooted // Twrp Recovery

Was flashing new rom clicked DEV/ Cash Clean.. tablet got stuck.... next thing i know its Bricked.... Only Led on power and black screen.....No Factory rest, Recovery, Fastboot, reset button..... only APX mode.

** Did all the study about A200 which way less than A500.

1st day on Windows: blackthund3r_A500_APX_Flash_Tool_v0.4.1; SBclaculator,
Found my UID by Twrp recovery ... to make use used
USBDEVIEW... same Uid: 0a70704341014157 { yeap there is a letter in the uid}

Used SBCal got SBK : 0x42A16F00 0x476FC701 0xFB032103 0x01022103

Used next tool: V8-UNL-ICS-HC-bootloader-MULTI-cwm..... no luck permission denied...

2nd day; Linux didn't need any extra driver automatic Nvida on Usb list

Used apx.c code to make sure the uid. which was same : 0a70704341014157
so Next nvFlash

./nvflash --bct bct.bct --setbct --bl bootloader.bin --configfile flash.cfg --odmdata 0x300d8011 --sbk 0x42A16F00 0x476FC701 0xFB032103 0x01022103 --sync

:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::same result Access Denied................!!!!!!!!!

I am pretty sure A500 SBK is Different than A200 because it has a letter......
Also (--odmdata #) has to different than A500......

So question is HoW to find --odmdata for A200?
And SBK is it different from A500? How can i get my SBK??
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Last edited by masterxox; 21st July 2014 at 08:52 AM.
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