Originally Posted by GFXi0N
So no magic word or secret passphrase so they will upgrade my device to a SGSIV for free?
I'm asking for advice, since I'm convinced the brick was not caused by flashing anything.....
Does anyone have any experience with this in the past to know more or less how expensive bill could I be facing for the repair?
Dude, it WAS caused by flashing something.
Initially your device wasn't "bricked" and was likely a kernel issue and possibly a dirty usb data connection.
The point when it was bricked was when you tried flashing the pit file, had bad connection and you then pulling battery. This f**ked your nand chip up and only way to fix it is to replace motherboard.
You will need to either purchase a mobo replacement and replace it yourself or pay somebody to purchase/replace it for you. Probably looking at around £100.
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