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cant open the file?
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"The file '/home/ubuntu/Downloads/UnBrickableResurrectorR38.jar' is not marked as executable. If this was downloaded or copied from an untrusted source, it may be dangerous to run. For more details, read about the executable bit."


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cant open the file?
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"The file '/home/ubuntu/Downloads/UnBrickableResurrectorR38.jar' is not marked as executable. If this was downloaded or copied from an untrusted source, it may be dangerous to run. For more details, read about the executable bit."
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Generally, use of the UnBrickable Resurrector requires a hardware modification. Open the phone, remove the xOM5 resistor and make the xOM5 value high instead of low. I'd like a chance to document the modification on the Nexus S. If you'd like to send it to me I can resurrect it for the price of shipping. Send me a PM.
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Generally, use of the UnBrickable Resurrector requires a hardware modification. Open the phone, remove the xOM5 resistor and make the xOM5 value high instead of low. I'd like a chance to document the modification on the Nexus S. If you'd like to send it to me I can resurrect it for the price of shipping. Send me a PM.
So this makes me -and all the others who could resurrect their phone- even MORE lucky, doesn't it...
 
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Generally, use of the UnBrickable Resurrector requires a hardware modification. Open the phone, remove the xOM5 resistor and make the xOM5 value high instead of low. I'd like a chance to document the modification on the Nexus S. If you'd like to send it to me I can resurrect it for the price of shipping. Send me a PM.
thanks for your reply

I have got your resurrector working it does something to my phone where it shows that its charging then it boots into ics but when i disconnect the usb lead it switches off and does not boot? any help anyone?


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I have got your resurrector working it does something to my phone where it shows that its charging then it boots into ics but when i disconnect the usb lead it switches off and does not boot? any help anyone?
I had that problem yesterday. After you run program, plug phone into usb cable, hold button combo as you normally would to get into the bootloader, when bootloader comes up you can use fastboot from linux or boot into windows to use fastboot to repair your boot.img and bootloader.img. Do not unplug phone if you are going to reboot into windows.
 
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Talk about someone really helping the community in a pinch. This is huge, cause I know there's gonna be a lot of inexperienced users out there freaking out. Great job dude
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Hi Adam,

thank you... you saved my phone and all my data stored in!

I'm a Windows user so I installed Ubuntu "inside" Windows, I follow all the steps pressing the two volume buttons during resurrection (in order to activate the download mode), then I reboot in Windows where Odin did the rest.

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I'm not with my phone in hands now, but I'll check this solution when i get home. Just bricked my phone yesterday due to an update from gingerbread to ics. I can't see anything on my screen, even the keys are not working. I hope your solution does the trick. Thanks in advance.

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