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[Q] Is it bricked?

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9th July 2014, 01:40 AM   |  #1  
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After I flashed the 5.12.771.3 firmware, recommended by mike's ARHD - my phone has become non-responsive.

No notification lights, I can't boot into system or bootloader.
The only feedback I can get is when I plug it into the PC, where a notification alert sounds.

The flashing of the firmware was successful, but when i executed 'fastboot reboot' it didn't reboot.

and I think that's where it all crumbled, I was following a guide her on xda to flashing firmware just to be sure. And I'm pretty sure you have to reboot into bootloader and not into system, right?

Is it bricked? What can I do? omg.

EDIT: Apparently, it's in QHSUSB_DLOAD mode.. whaaaaaat.. is it fixable?
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Go here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2770684.

They should be able to help

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9th July 2014, 02:36 AM   |  #3  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jikstah

After I flashed the 5.12.771.3 firmware, recommended by mike's ARHD - my phone has become non-responsive.

No notification lights, I can't boot into system or bootloader.
The only feedback I can get is when I plug it into the PC, where a notification alert sounds.

The flashing of the firmware was successful, but when i executed 'fastboot reboot' it didn't reboot.

and I think that's where it all crumbled, I was following a guide her on xda to flashing firmware just to be sure. And I'm pretty sure you have to reboot into bootloader and not into system, right?

Is it bricked? What can I do? omg.

EDIT: Apparently, it's in QHSUSB_DLOAD mode.. whaaaaaat.. is it fixable?

only way to fix it yourself is via dexter93's unbricking project

if this solution doesn't work for your situation, send the phone for repair
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