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[TOOL] G2x Nullifier AROMA [UPDATED!] 2 August, fully customizable: Made with AROMA!

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16th September 2012, 06:18 PM   |  #401  
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Scrubber? You can use the Nullifier and AIO until Android no longer supports ext4; which isn't likely to be before this phone is so old and out-dated that we will think of it with nostalgia.

As for step by step instructions, you get it rolling like flashing a ROM and touch the menu buttons on the screen to select what you want it to do.

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1st October 2012, 04:51 AM   |  #402  
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What do I do if my phone froze right at the end of it?
1st October 2012, 05:34 PM   |  #403  
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You nvflash a kernel.

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1st October 2012, 09:50 PM   |  #404  
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Originally Posted by austinlblanton

What do I do if my phone froze right at the end of it?

Dude ...how many threads are you going to post your problem in? People are trying to help you in your original thread. Your all over the place, and it now is coming down to logic. You bought a phone that was unplugged during a root, depending on when it could have received a voltage spike that fried the nand. The fact that you have to put it in the freezer just to make it work, the fact that after being on for a short period and it dies, the fact that you are stuck because it dies as it heats up or voltage is applied.
Logic says the chip is fried.

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Dude ...how many threads are you going to post your problem in? People are trying to help you in your original thread. Your all over the place, and it now is coming down to logic. You bought a phone that was unplugged during a root, depending on when it could have received a voltage spike that fried the nand. The fact that you have to put it in the freezer just to make it work, the fact that after being on for a short period and it dies, the fact that you are stuck because it dies as it heats up or voltage is applied.
Logic says the chip is fried.

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I'm gonna post in as many threads as I want
1st October 2012, 10:24 PM   |  #406  
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Oh i can tell. Act like a child and you will quickly see the community won't wanna help you anymore.
Thank goodness for ignore lists.
Buy a bricked phone privately and than wanna harass Tmo to replace it?
Grow up kid. I wont see your whiney posts anymore.

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6th October 2012, 07:36 PM   |  #407  
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Can anyone help me??
I flashed Nullifier Aroma last night and I fell asleep. Woke up this morning and it was off. I try to turn it on and only show the LG screen. I put battery and plug it back in and it only show LG screen. I try doing the NVflash and try turning it on the normal way and down volume and power. But all it ever show is the LG screen. Wouldn't boot at all.

Please help.

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