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Bricked my device

7th July 2014, 12:42 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by rootSU

Completely agree. And by this rule, there is not really such a thing as a software brick either.

That said, I do sometimes use the term "Radio Brick" when a Rdio flash has gone wrong and it cannot be fixed without being sent to the Vendor. Can't think of a better term.

By that term, anything nonrecoverable can be considered a brick which is still more accurate than a device being bricked or software bricking a device yet it can still be turned on and/or charged.

Anyway, I say all that to say to the OP and all who think they are bricked, all is not lost if your device functions at all.
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