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[Q] Is My HTC DH Bricked?

OP Ant-onov

24th August 2014, 09:12 AM   |  #1  
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Hello,

I've posted several weeks ago a thread detailing what I did to stop my HTC Desire HD from booting, however did not get any replies. The post can be found here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gene...overy-t2827521

To put it simply, I can get into bootloader however cannot boot into a ROM or recovery image. I've tried to factory reset and it seems like it does the job but when it reboots it hangs at the green HTC logo with white bakground screen. If I just let it boot it will also hang at the same screen. When I try to boot into recovery I am presented with a different screen which has a phone with a red triangle with a red exlamation mark and it also hangs there.

Any ideas on how I could resolve this issue?
24th August 2014, 11:40 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by Ant-onov

Hello,

I've posted several weeks ago a thread detailing what I did to stop my HTC Desire HD from booting, however did not get any replies. The post can be found here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/gene...overy-t2827521

To put it simply, I can get into bootloader however cannot boot into a ROM or recovery image. I've tried to factory reset and it seems like it does the job but when it reboots it hangs at the green HTC logo with white bakground screen. If I just let it boot it will also hang at the same screen. When I try to boot into recovery I am presented with a different screen which has a phone with a red triangle with a red exlamation mark and it also hangs there.

Any ideas on how I could resolve this issue?

wish you get help regarding issue soon. well, i can share is that; there are few threads/post in this forum and on other platforms regarding fixing soft/hard bricked phones. i did a little search and found few links. hope you get some idea. i'm not expert in anyway, just trying to help.

try youtube search for your phone.
youtube is blocked for my country, i'm not sure this video is for your specific device but as i mentioned about. it could help in some way(idea).
what i found from google search:
LINK: How to unbrick an HTC device and install the Stock ROM [HD]

next is:
LINK: [FIX] Fix "bricked" HD2\Leo; 1e FATAL HIT

Ok, so that's all i can share. try searching internet for more, whole thing is that you could be able to find solution somehow. well, at least this reply will help in continuing.... : p.

In case, you don't see any help. Don't give up, reply/comment after a day or what you think better to get others attention to your issue.
that's all.

Note: these links maybe not for your device, so do not attempt any tweak/repair instruction until you know what you are doing.
Last edited by ajnabicancer; 24th August 2014 at 11:43 AM. Reason: updating....
26th August 2014, 06:20 PM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by ajnabicancer

wish you get help regarding issue soon. well, i can share is that; there are few threads/post in this forum and on other platforms regarding fixing soft/hard bricked phones. i did a little search and found few links. hope you get some idea. i'm not expert in anyway, just trying to help.

Thanks for the help. I managed to fix my phone. I flashed a recovery img and then the rom via fastboot.
26th August 2014, 10:47 PM   |  #4  
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Thanks for the help. I managed to fix my phone. I flashed a recovery img and then the rom via fastboot.

Nice to hear that, Congrats. Adb/fastboot is always the option in case accessible.
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