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219 Summary: in many cases this allows to revive (not really repair!) your N7000 (and some other samsung devices) after an emmc brick and should be relatively easy to follow. The method uses PIT files. Note: this is a living post, it will change whi...
55 Hi emmc bricked folks, this is a emmc partition scanner which is mainly usable for emmc bricked phones (only Samsung?). It's a companion software for my xda thread: "PIT file method to revive your phone from a MMC_CAP_ERASE brick". The tools are...
22 This is the former first post of this thread...I switched it with a continuously updated version, which is more understandable for ths users of my pit method. -----------------------snip ------------------------------------- Hi everyone, espec...
9 :-) -- naturally, it's much faster to insert those short messages than rewriting a long german post in english. Next time I should write the main text prior to posting anything, I think... sorry...
5 I think this thread is obsolete now, please go to El Grande Partition Table Reference instead, which contains more facts Hi, I want to create a list of Android partitions, to collect information for different purposes. My current cause of inves...