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[Q]HOW TO FIX Hard Bricked Htc Explorer

7th July 2014, 10:35 AM |#1  
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Hello people,

I need Help !! I had dropped my Htc Explorer a week ago and cracked the screen, so after i got it replaced i found it was stuck at a black screen with htc logo and warning signs in all the 4 corners. After that i tried a few things:
1. I tried to go into recovery mode which i couldn't go to.
2. I tried going into the bootloader mode to also which i couldnt go to.
3. I looked into quite a few posts in xda regarding my problem, but i couldnt find an exact solution.

Also, if the phone is connected to the pc via a usb cable, and then the cable is removed it shows
***RELOCKED***
PICO PVT SHIP S-ON RL
HBOOT- 1.03.0000
RADIO- 1.11.82.17
NOV 29 2011, 17:11:06

RUU

also i tried installing the RUU application which also didnt work.

so please any help regarding how to fix the phone would be much appreciated !!!
 
 
7th July 2014, 09:56 PM |#2  
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Hello people,

I need Help !! I had dropped my Htc Explorer a week ago and cracked the screen, so after i got it replaced i found it was stuck at a black screen with htc logo and warning signs in all the 4 corners. After that i tried a few things:
1. I tried to go into recovery mode which i couldn't go to.
2. I tried going into the bootloader mode to also which i couldnt go to.
3. I looked into quite a few posts in xda regarding my problem, but i couldnt find an exact solution.

Also, if the phone is connected to the pc via a usb cable, and then the cable is removed it shows
***RELOCKED***
PICO PVT SHIP S-ON RL
HBOOT- 1.03.0000
RADIO- 1.11.82.17
NOV 29 2011, 17:11:06

RUU

also i tried installing the RUU application which also didnt work.

so please any help regarding how to fix the phone would be much appreciated !!!


I'm sorry cuz according to me its crapped up! The only way is to go to HTC Service Centre or anyother good mobile repairing shops to check it out and diagnose the problem for your phone!
8th July 2014, 03:50 AM |#3  
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Originally Posted by Rheek

Hello people,

I need Help !! I had dropped my Htc Explorer a week ago and cracked the screen, so after i got it replaced i found it was stuck at a black screen with htc logo and warning signs in all the 4 corners. After that i tried a few things:
1. I tried to go into recovery mode which i couldn't go to.
2. I tried going into the bootloader mode to also which i couldnt go to.
3. I looked into quite a few posts in xda regarding my problem, but i couldnt find an exact solution.

Also, if the phone is connected to the pc via a usb cable, and then the cable is removed it shows
***RELOCKED***
PICO PVT SHIP S-ON RL
HBOOT- 1.03.0000
RADIO- 1.11.82.17
NOV 29 2011, 17:11:06

RUU

also i tried installing the RUU application which also didnt work.

so please any help regarding how to fix the phone would be much appreciated !!!

You need to follow the steps to unlock your bootloader, and then flash a custom recovery.
8th July 2014, 06:23 AM |#4  
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You need to follow the steps to unlock your bootloader, and then flash a custom recovery.

thanks for the reply , but as i said before i am unable to get into bootloader mode so doing that is virtually impossible
8th July 2014, 06:28 AM |#5  
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I'm sorry cuz according to me its crapped up! The only way is to go to HTC Service Centre or anyother good mobile repairing shops to check it out and diagnose the problem for your phone!

thanks for the reply
and yeah , i think that is the case too...
12th August 2014, 07:18 PM |#6  
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thanks for the reply
and yeah , i think that is the case too...

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