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I somehow messed up my photon. It says failed to boot 2 starting RSD mode. I try to use RSD lite, and flash the sbf and it fails to re-enumration (sorry forgot how to spell it) But when I pull the battery and it boots back into rsd mode I tried to flash derpunlocker and it says failed to boot 0x2004 after it boots back up. I can't figure out what I am doing wrong. Any help would be appreciated. (Sorry if I sound dumb)
 
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I somehow messed up my photon. It says failed to boot 2 starting RSD mode. I try to use RSD lite, and flash the sbf and it fails to re-enumration (sorry forgot how to spell it) But when I pull the battery and it boots back into rsd mode I tried to flash derpunlocker and it says failed to boot 0x2004 after it boots back up. I can't figure out what I am doing wrong. Any help would be appreciated. (Sorry if I sound dumb)
Is your photon unlocked? Does it show "unlocked" when you turn on your device? You might be able to flash the recovery if unlocked and then flash a rom
 
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No it doesn't say unlocked. It gives me some weird thing when trying to unlock it.

Svf 116:1:2
and then something about sec_exception b655

I will try to take a picture of it somehow to show or get the exact error it is giving me. Because it won't do anything but give me errors in rsd lite.
 
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Sounds like you flashed the electrify bootloader unlock. Double check the file you flashed when you started getting this error.

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Sounds like you flashed the electrify bootloader unlock. Double check the file you flashed when you started getting this error.

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It is supposedly the one for the photon. I checked it again to make sure.
 
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I tried it just a minute ago. I was using derpunlocker.sbf It gave me the error on my phone (i'd take a picture but I don't have a way) The error it is giving me is
SVF: 106:1:2
sec_exception: b655, eddc, eb
On rsd lite it says phone did not re-enumerate after RAM downloader was sent. (0x703E)
 
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Go get 4.5.1A-1_SUN-198_7. Go back to Stock!!!

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Go get 4.5.1A-1_SUN-198_7. Go back to Stock!!!
I've tried that before and it gives me the same error, but I will try one more time.
 
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OK, take a deep breath!!!

I'm uploading zip file you need. Not to insult you, take it, unzip it where you know where it is. (f**k, file too big, get if from Shabby!)

1. (Important) Make sure you charge your battery 100%
2. On PC, bring up RSDLite, upper left side, open that file. After you open it, it should come up in large box on upper right!
3. Holding down Voulme Down Button, power on phone, keep holding both down. You will see "Fastboot". release buttons. press volume down until you see "Android Recovery". Press the power button.
4. You will get triangle with "!" in the middle and little green android dude. Hook phone up to computer.
5. On Phone, Press Volume up and down at same time!
6. On computer in RSDLite, phone will come up in bottom box. click it. You shouldl see in on left next to box in step 2 above.
7. On phone, there is an option to initialize or something, do that. (cannot remember the exact words? sorry)
8. On Computer, upper right of RSDLite, click button to flash or install (again, I cannot remember exact words)

Go get a beer and come back in 30 minutes, all good. I actually came back every 5 minutes and shook the mouse so desktop did not go to sleep!)

Oh, I forgot, do not use USB on front of desktop, not enough power.

Trust me, it took Shabby, Joker, and Deedscreen 2 days to un-f**k me, I know the feeling of having a brick! anything else my e-mail is davidksims@gmail.com and I got ya!

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It gave me an error again. Should i use a desktop instead of a laptop? And does it matter if I have a sd card in the phone?

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