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[Q] bricked.

26th April 2012, 12:47 PM |#11  
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As I showed you, with your GNex, just flash the stock firmware, via Odi (This time, not with fastboot) ^^

Check out this website, and download the desired ROM, there... Sammobile.com/firmware/

---------- Post added at 01:47 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:43 PM ----------

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Originally Posted by 00ffej

Fassies are just about unbrickable.. unless you have some sort of hardware issue. Its been the case for me more than once where I bricked my device and couldn't get into recovery but download mode worked just fine. Just hold volume down as you plug your device into your PC.

EDIT: For clear instructions to put your fassy into download mode

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Every phone is easiliy brickable, if you press the wrong button/type/perform the wrong command, at the wrong time.

I've bricked my SGS II just by reboooting it, into Odin download mode ^^

You just need to flash the phone/wipe the phone, in the wrong moment (Example: When it's updating the factory binaries).

And, if a collegue of mine, can brick an old (2003 model) Nokia, then this can brick aswell ^^
 
 
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