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Unhappy [Q] Bootloop and corrupt partition

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I was experimenting with my N4 and formatted all the folder such as /sdcard, /aboot, /boot, /cache etc just to install CM 11 M7 properly without any trace of the previous ROM.

I tired to then sideload and received failed messages and 'rebooted' into recovery ie. PhilZ in my case. At the time of booting Philz started to throw cannot mount /sdcard and all other folder I formatted previously, error messages.

Then I tried to fastboot flash recovery just to make sure if any files of Philz got deleted, with no luck same messages. CWM also threw same messages.

Now I think it's something related to corrupt partition.

So my question is flashing the stock occam images images would heal the corrupt partitions or my phone is permanently hard-bricked?

Please advice.

Is it advicable to follow this guide: http://forums.androidcentral.com/nex...e-restore.html

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this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexu...image-t2010312

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I would try the second method you posted. After formatting all the partitions I'm not sure if it's going to work. What file system did you format them to?

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Try the factory images first, just use the flash-all.bat in the zip. If you still have errors you're gonna have to fix with lgnpst (http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexu...ck-n4-t2347060)
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