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how can i solve that this is what i did t the phone get brick SO I download the sbf and rsd 5.7
the phone is whit the unlock bootloader so i get this sbf

1FF-olympus-user-2.3.4-4.5.91-110625-release-keys-signed-ATT-US-GAS_NA_OLPSGBATTSPE_P011

1FF-olympus-user-2.3.6-4.5.141-111212-release-keys-signed-ATT-US-GAS_NA_OLPSGBATTSPE_P012

i flash it the 2.3.4 and the rsd lite said "Flash failure: Phone[0000]: Phone did not re-enumerate after RAM-downloader was sent."

and the phone dont reboot so i take the battery off go to fastboot and did this

fastboot erase system
fastboot erase user data *or just data if user data doesn't work for you*
fastboot erase boot *this is important*
fastboot erase cache
fastboot reboot

Then boot into RSD mode flash the SBF file again.

but nothing happen i did whit he two sbf 2.3.4 and 2.3.6 also i try to flash the 2.3.4 via fastboot but the system image said is too large and failed

any ideas?
25th March 2014, 02:29 PM |#2  
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First off, what stock version were you on before you started flashing custom ROMs?

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i guess wass 2.3.4 cause i flash CWM and isntall the CM7 it was running ok but one day it just reboot it selft and didnt boot up
25th March 2014, 06:26 PM |#4  
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It must have been on 2.3.4 because you flashed CWM and CM7? How is that even related?
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well really dont know cause i was using the CM7 well till it failed dont know why or how so i decided to flash via rsd a stock sbf i ve flashed both i posted but still given me that error in the rsd lite re-enumeration so any ideas to solve that and flash the stock sbf on it
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well really dont know cause i was using the CM7 well till it failed dont know why or how so i decided to flash via rsd a stock sbf i ve flashed both i posted but still given me that error in the rsd lite re-enumeration so any ideas to solve that and flash the stock sbf on it

Stock 2.3.4 and stock 2.3.6 have nothing to do with CM7. They are 2 different types of ROMs. Sbfs deal with stock, and thats all we're focused on right now, the stock version.
@ravilov does his result look like a bad file download/flash or does that look like a brick caused by a downgrade?

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@ravilov does his result look like a bad file download/flash or does that look like a brick caused by a downgrade?

Not sure really. Actually I'm not quite sure what he's trying to accomplish here, and why bother with SBFs if he has working fastboot. Why not just get a fruitcake, unpack it, and flash boot and system manually through fastboot?

Also, more knowledgeable people say it is actually very hard to make a true hardbrick. If the phone is showing any signs of life, it is probably fixable (unless of course there is something wrong with the hardware). So there is at least that...
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Use moto-fastboot instead of fastboot. And don't be afraid to use forum search next time...
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i flashed but nothing happend it stock on the unlocked screen like before
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Did you try moto-fastboot? (Its different than regular fastboot)

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