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[GUIDE] Unbrickable Mod//Hard Brick Recovery

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By RErick, Senior Member on 25th May 2015, 08:04 AM
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Sooooo.... as some of you know, I have bricked 2 Note 3's in a matter of a couple of days. I am here to help you guys get your Note 3 back up and running without paying 100 dollars for an insurance replacement or calling ATT and trying to play dumb to get a warranty. I don't expect a whole lot of views or comments simply because a lot of people have moved on to other devices, but for those of us still here, this can be a life saver. This is also why I am not gonna make this some fancy thread, this will be short and to the point.

So I have included all the software that you are going to need to do this, but you are going to have to round up a few things on your own. I will make a list. Lists are easy to follow. Lists are nice. Here's my list:
  1. Bricked ATT Note 3 on Lollipoop
  2. Charged Battery
  3. Cable to attach said Bricked Note 3 to your computer
  4. The software that I have linked to
  5. SDCard Reader or someway to write an image to an SDcard (use your moms computer if you have to. Come on, they're like 15 dollars at Wal-Mart)
  6. IMPORTANT!!!: Class 10, 32 or 64GB SDCard. IT HAS TO BE CLASS 10, AND IT HAS TO BE 32 or 64GB
  7. About 20 minutes of your time, and WATCH THE DAMN VIDEO

I have uploaded this video for you all to enjoy, and watch step by step. Watch it through once first, then go through and follow along.
This saved me the time of typing out all the instructions.

Now for the credits.

Big thanks to @Surge1223 for walking me through this and for the zip to extract the debrick image!
Also I AM SORRY @CryptKilla
I mistakenly gave credit to @1Zero3forlife for running the zip in Safestrap for me. But he still gets credit for being generally awsome and helpful. He is a wealth of information and helpfulness!! Thanks man!
@CryptKilla for running the zip and getting me the debrick image
@Walter.White for the NC2 No Wipe Tar
Qualcomm for knowing that we will brick these eventually, and putting a way to save them built in.
In truth they probably have a bunch of people sitting around doing warranty work with nothing but an SDCard and a Windows Tablet lol

Also Huge thanks as always to AllianceROM and the whole Alliance Team!!! You guys rock!
Feel free to buy me a coke if I saved your ass

Be sure to check the MD5 of the downloaded software:
MD5 Sum: 9c2343dbce2e1628b75a998f92525e17

http://www.mediafire.com/download/lw..._Mod_N900A.zip

https://youtu.be/3QYdEY9UJCI

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25th May 2015, 08:17 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by RErick

Sooooo.... as some of you know, I have bricked 2 Note 3's in a matter of a couple of days. I am here to help you guys get your Note 3 back up and running without paying 100 dollars for an insurance replacement or calling ATT and trying to play dumb to get a warranty. I don't expect a whole lot of views or comments simply because a lot of people have moved on to other devices, but for those of us still here, this can be a life saver. This is also why I am not gonna make this some fancy thread, this will be short and to the point.

So I have included all the software that you are going to need to do this, but you are going to have to round up a few things on your own. I will make a list. Lists are easy to follow. Lists are nice. Here's my list:

  1. Bricked ATT Note 3 on Lollipoop
  2. Charged Battery
  3. Cable to attach said Bricked Note 3 to your computer
  4. The software that I have linked to
  5. SDCard Reader or someway to write an image to an SDcard (use your moms computer if you have to. Come on, they're like 15 dollars at Wal-Mart)
  6. IMPORTANT!!!: Class 10, 32 or 64GB SDCard. IT HAS TO BE CLASS 10, AND IT HAS TO BE 32 or 64GB
  7. About 20 minutes of your time, and WATCH THE DAMN VIDEO

I have uploaded this video for you all to enjoy, and watch step by step. Watch it through once first, then go through and follow along.
This saved me the time of typing out all the instructions.

Now for the credits.

Big thanks to @Surge1223 for walking me through this and for the zip to extract the debrick image!
Also I AM SORRY @CryptKilla
I mistakenly gave credit to @1Zero3forlife for running the zip in Safestrap for me. But he still gets credit for being generally awsome and helpful. He is a wealth of information and helpfulness!! Thanks man!
@CryptKilla for running the zip and getting me the debrick image
@Walter.White for the NC2 No Wipe Tar
Qualcomm for knowing that we will brick these eventually, and putting a way to save them built in.
In truth they probably have a bunch of people sitting around doing warranty work with nothing but an SDCard and a Windows Tablet lol

Also Huge thanks as always to AllianceROM and the whole Alliance Team!!! You guys rock!
Feel free to buy me a coke if I saved your ass

Be sure to check the MD5 of the downloaded software:
MD5 Sum: 9c2343dbce2e1628b75a998f92525e17

Link to files will be posted as soon as its up

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QYd...ature=youtu.be">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QYd...ature=youtu.be" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="425" height="350">

Great guide, @RErick!
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Nice guide. I hope that I will not need it

Other working ROMs on AT&T: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2938919
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25th May 2015, 01:27 PM |#4  
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Originally Posted by RErick

Sooooo.... as some of you know, I have bricked 2 Note 3's in a matter of a couple of days. I am here to help you guys get your Note 3 back up and running without paying 100 dollars for an insurance replacement or calling ATT and trying to play dumb to get a warranty. I don't expect a whole lot of views or comments simply because a lot of people have moved on to other devices, but for those of us still here, this can be a life saver. This is also why I am not gonna make this some fancy thread, this will be short and to the point.

So I have included all the software that you are going to need to do this, but you are going to have to round up a few things on your own. I will make a list. Lists are easy to follow. Lists are nice. Here's my list:

  1. Bricked ATT Note 3 on Lollipoop
  2. Charged Battery
  3. Cable to attach said Bricked Note 3 to your computer
  4. The software that I have linked to
  5. SDCard Reader or someway to write an image to an SDcard (use your moms computer if you have to. Come on, they're like 15 dollars at Wal-Mart)
  6. IMPORTANT!!!: Class 10, 32 or 64GB SDCard. IT HAS TO BE CLASS 10, AND IT HAS TO BE 32 or 64GB
  7. About 20 minutes of your time, and WATCH THE DAMN VIDEO

I have uploaded this video for you all to enjoy, and watch step by step. Watch it through once first, then go through and follow along.
This saved me the time of typing out all the instructions.

Now for the credits.

Big thanks to @Surge1223 for walking me through this and for the zip to extract the debrick image!
Also I AM SORRY @CryptKilla
I mistakenly gave credit to @1Zero3forlife for running the zip in Safestrap for me. But he still gets credit for being generally awsome and helpful. He is a wealth of information and helpfulness!! Thanks man!
@CryptKilla for running the zip and getting me the debrick image
@Walter.White for the NC2 No Wipe Tar
Qualcomm for knowing that we will brick these eventually, and putting a way to save them built in.
In truth they probably have a bunch of people sitting around doing warranty work with nothing but an SDCard and a Windows Tablet lol

Also Huge thanks as always to AllianceROM and the whole Alliance Team!!! You guys rock!
Feel free to buy me a coke if I saved your ass

Be sure to check the MD5 of the downloaded software:
MD5 Sum: 9c2343dbce2e1628b75a998f92525e17

Link to files will be posted as soon as its up

like, bro.....nice work but i swear i saw somewhere xposed has a module that'll do this too. coulda saved you some time and $15 to buy your own coke



(seriously tho, nice work and writeup @RErick. good info to know!)
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25th May 2015, 03:26 PM |#5  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by RErick

Sooooo.... as some of you know, I have bricked 2 Note 3's in a matter of a couple of days. I am here to help you guys get your Note 3 back up and running without paying 100 dollars for an insurance replacement or calling ATT and trying to play dumb to get a warranty. I don't expect a whole lot of views or comments simply because a lot of people have moved on to other devices, but for those of us still here, this can be a life saver. This is also why I am not gonna make this some fancy thread, this will be short and to the point.

So I have included all the software that you are going to need to do this, but you are going to have to round up a few things on your own. I will make a list. Lists are easy to follow. Lists are nice. Here's my list:

  1. Bricked ATT Note 3 on Lollipoop
  2. Charged Battery
  3. Cable to attach said Bricked Note 3 to your computer
  4. The software that I have linked to
  5. SDCard Reader or someway to write an image to an SDcard (use your moms computer if you have to. Come on, they're like 15 dollars at Wal-Mart)
  6. IMPORTANT!!!: Class 10, 32 or 64GB SDCard. IT HAS TO BE CLASS 10, AND IT HAS TO BE 32 or 64GB
  7. About 20 minutes of your time, and WATCH THE DAMN VIDEO

I have uploaded this video for you all to enjoy, and watch step by step. Watch it through once first, then go through and follow along.
This saved me the time of typing out all the instructions.

Now for the credits.

Big thanks to @Surge1223 for walking me through this and for the zip to extract the debrick image!
Also I AM SORRY @CryptKilla
I mistakenly gave credit to @1Zero3forlife for running the zip in Safestrap for me. But he still gets credit for being generally awsome and helpful. He is a wealth of information and helpfulness!! Thanks man!
@CryptKilla for running the zip and getting me the debrick image
@Walter.White for the NC2 No Wipe Tar
Qualcomm for knowing that we will brick these eventually, and putting a way to save them built in.
In truth they probably have a bunch of people sitting around doing warranty work with nothing but an SDCard and a Windows Tablet lol

Also Huge thanks as always to AllianceROM and the whole Alliance Team!!! You guys rock!
Feel free to buy me a coke if I saved your ass

Be sure to check the MD5 of the downloaded software:
MD5 Sum: 9c2343dbce2e1628b75a998f92525e17

http://www.mediafire.com/download/lw..._Mod_N900A.zip

https://youtu.be/3QYdEY9UJCI

AWESOME WORK BRO Will this work if on g00h rom?
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like, bro.....nice work but i swear i saw somewhere xposed has a module that'll do this too. coulda saved you some time and $15 to buy your own coke



(seriously tho, nice work and writeup @RErick. good info to know!)

Xposed haz a module like this. Use to work in reverse though in TW.

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Yeah hopefully it will help someone out
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Originally Posted by RErick

Sooooo.... as some of you know, I have bricked 2 Note 3's in a matter of a couple of days. I am here to help you guys get your Note 3 back up and running without paying 100 dollars for an insurance replacement or calling ATT and trying to play dumb to get a warranty. I don't expect a whole lot of views or comments simply because a lot of people have moved on to other devices, but for those of us still here, this can be a life saver. This is also why I am not gonna make this some fancy thread, this will be short and to the point.

So I have included all the software that you are going to need to do this, but you are going to have to round up a few things on your own. I will make a list. Lists are easy to follow. Lists are nice. Here's my list:

  1. Bricked ATT Note 3 on Lollipoop
  2. Charged Battery
  3. Cable to attach said Bricked Note 3 to your computer
  4. The software that I have linked to
  5. SDCard Reader or someway to write an image to an SDcard (use your moms computer if you have to. Come on, they're like 15 dollars at Wal-Mart)
  6. IMPORTANT!!!: Class 10, 32 or 64GB SDCard. IT HAS TO BE CLASS 10, AND IT HAS TO BE 32 or 64GB
  7. About 20 minutes of your time, and WATCH THE DAMN VIDEO

I have uploaded this video for you all to enjoy, and watch step by step. Watch it through once first, then go through and follow along.
This saved me the time of typing out all the instructions.

Now for the credits.

Big thanks to @Surge1223 for walking me through this and for the zip to extract the debrick image!
Also I AM SORRY @CryptKilla
I mistakenly gave credit to @1Zero3forlife for running the zip in Safestrap for me. But he still gets credit for being generally awsome and helpful. He is a wealth of information and helpfulness!! Thanks man!
@CryptKilla for running the zip and getting me the debrick image
@Walter.White for the NC2 No Wipe Tar
Qualcomm for knowing that we will brick these eventually, and putting a way to save them built in.
In truth they probably have a bunch of people sitting around doing warranty work with nothing but an SDCard and a Windows Tablet lol

Also Huge thanks as always to AllianceROM and the whole Alliance Team!!! You guys rock!
Feel free to buy me a coke if I saved your ass

Be sure to check the MD5 of the downloaded software:
MD5 Sum: 9c2343dbce2e1628b75a998f92525e17

http://www.mediafire.com/download/lw..._Mod_N900A.zip

https://youtu.be/3QYdEY9UJCI

The media file will not download. Every time I try it says unsuccessful.
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The media file will not download. Every time I try it says unsuccessful.

I'm having some pc issues right now. Gimme a few
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The media file will not download. Every time I try it says unsuccessful.

Try it now. Maybe it will work better.
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Try it now. Maybe it will work better.

Works good thanks. I like to be able to have a way to fix it in any situations that might arise. Thank you for your time and expertise to bring this to everybody.
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