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[Q] Bricked my phone!!!! :(

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9th April 2012, 04:26 PM |#11  
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No nothing happens!!! like i can't do anything with it or even make it work to a point that I can restore my backed up firmware etc...

device manager detects it though, but cant install the driver....

what is it detected as?
 
 
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=21989107

follow this step by step, make sure u dont skip anything and when your phone is up and running dont forget to press the thanks button. if u need help along the way you can ask.
flashing file with bootloader is different from the custom rom.

flash 3.32 pg.. file approx 11-13 mb then without rebooting pull battery out and back in then reboot into recovery and flash the rom file and you are good to go.
9th April 2012, 05:57 PM |#13  
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=21989107

follow this step by step, make sure u dont skip anything and when your phone is up and running dont forget to press the thanks button. if u need help along the way you can ask.
flashing file with bootloader is different from the custom rom.

flash 3.32 pg.. file approx 11-13 mb then without rebooting pull battery out and back in then reboot into recovery and flash the rom file and you are good to go.

How can the OP do this, the device will not even turn on to boot into fastboot or the bootloader therefore the instructions in the thread you linked are pretty much useless to the OP. It seems that the OP has hard bricked the device somehow,maybe fried the processor Blythe back to back flashes or fried the NAND memory with the back to back flashes, who really knows at this point. But right now my money is on JTAG or replacing the mainboard willbe the only fix.
10th April 2012, 05:51 AM |#14  
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How can the OP do this, the device will not even turn on to boot into fastboot or the bootloader therefore the instructions in the thread you linked are pretty much useless to the OP. It seems that the OP has hard bricked the device somehow,maybe fried the processor Blythe back to back flashes or fried the NAND memory with the back to back flashes, who really knows at this point. But right now my money is on JTAG or replacing the mainboard willbe the only fix.

he mentioned nothing about trying it with adb/sdk fastboot using command prompt,
i was in similar situation with my friends phone last week, after 3 days of searching and reading i finally followed that thread and now the sensation is running ordroid 2.1 rom. the buttons on the phone got disabled somehow. had to manually install drivers in device manager, like he mentioned that comp detects the phone. so before giving up adb/sdk is worth a try atleast in my case it was.
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Well, i'm sorry for you, man
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