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By vasya0090, Member on 30th May 2014, 05:13 PM
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1st June 2014, 06:43 PM |#31  
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You need to face the fact tho that your device may be a paperweight. Unfortunately.

In the future, be sure you have the right software, and completely understand what you are doing to your device.

Read read read. Then read some more....BEFORE doing anything to a device. Knowledge is power when it comes to this stuff. And uncertainty can spell big trouble.

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And don't use toolkits. Always learn the correct way to flash things.

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If this didn't help.... http://androidnews.co.in/2013/11/06/...icked-nexus-5/

Then either your phone is dead I think, or you are doing something wrong.

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1st June 2014, 06:43 PM |#32  
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You need to face the fact tho that your device may be a paperweight. Unfortunately.

In the future, be sure you have the right software, and completely understand what you are doing to your device.

Read read read. Then read some more....BEFORE doing anything to a device. Knowledge is power when it comes to this stuff. And uncertainty can spell big trouble.

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And don't use toolkits. Always learn the correct way to flash things.

I am sure that I have all the drivers installed
I do not use the program or what
and may have some way to get to your phone? when he does not turn
1st June 2014, 06:46 PM |#33  
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I am sure that I have all the drivers installed
I do not use the program or what
and may have some way to get to your phone? when he does not turn

I'm sorry, but you've been given about every useful bit of advice and links already in this thread.

There isn't much more to say.

Take it to a repair shop perhaps? Last thing I can think of.

Good luck!
1st June 2014, 06:52 PM |#34  
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I'm sorry, but you've been given about every useful bit of advice and links already in this thread.

There isn't much more to say.

Take it to a repair shop perhaps? Last thing I can think of.

Good luck!

thanks for the help : О
2nd June 2014, 04:30 AM |#35  
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I know a polish guy. His phone bricked with that toolkit. But he had warranty and lg repaired the phone for free.

Tapatalk-kal küldve az én Nexus 5-el

bitdomo tell which cable and fit?

http://gsmserver.com.ua/shop/cables/...imus_cable.php
2nd June 2014, 06:53 AM |#36  
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[QUOTE=KJ;53079808]You need to face the fact tho that your device may be a paperweight. Unfortunately.

In the future, be sure you have the right software, and completely understand what you are doing to your device.

Read read read. Then read some more....BEFORE doing anything to a device. Knowledge is power when it comes to this stuff. And uncertainty can spell big trouble.

---------- Post added at 01:40 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:39 PM ----------

And don't use toolkits. Always learn the correct way to flash things.

---------- Post added at 01:43 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:40 PM ----------

If this didn't help.... http://androidnews.co.in/2013/11/06/...icked-nexus-5/

Then either your phone is dead I think, or you are doing something wrong.

I believe your right.if he can't in anyway to get his computer to recognize his phone he's in trouble.
Toolkits are good.They ,make some work easier.I think xda should have some kind of system in place where you know how use basic adb commands before being able to toolkits.
Add another to the list of toolkit examples gone wrong
seriously the time it takes for a tool kit to do its thing using the adb commands are just as fast.plus adb will get you out of tight spots.trust me I've learned the hard way.
2nd June 2014, 07:23 AM |#37  
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bitdomo tell which cable and fit?

http://gsmserver.com.ua/shop/cables/...imus_cable.php

That cable is a good.
But I dont know is it fix your phone.
If you buy it and dont work, dont be angry at me for wasting your money
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2nd June 2014, 10:05 PM |#38  
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Originally Posted by KJ

You need to face the fact tho that your device may be a paperweight. Unfortunately.

In the future, be sure you have the right software, and completely understand what you are doing to your device.

Read read read. Then read some more....BEFORE doing anything to a device. Knowledge is power when it comes to this stuff. And uncertainty can spell big trouble.

---------- Post added at 01:40 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:39 PM ----------

And don't use toolkits. Always learn the correct way to flash things.

---------- Post added at 01:43 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:40 PM ----------

If this didn't help.... http://androidnews.co.in/2013/11/06/...icked-nexus-5/

Then either your phone is dead I think, or you are doing something wrong.

I believe your right.if he can't in anyway to get his computer to recognize his phone he's in trouble.
Toolkits are good.They ,make some work easier.I think xda should have some kind of system in place where you know how use basic adb commands before being able to toolkits.
Add another to the list of toolkit examples gone wrong
seriously the time it takes for a tool kit to do its thing using the adb commands are just as fast.plus adb will get you out of tight spots.trust me I've learned the hard way.

Well, I like all well made ​​as it was written
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2nd June 2014, 10:10 PM |#39  
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That cable is a good.
But I dont know is it fix your phone.
If you buy it and dont work, dont be angry at me for wasting your money
Tapatalk-kal küldve az én Nexus 5-el

Oh no you that
The cable is not so expensive and the tembolee useful for the future
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