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i recently downloaded Rom Manager and i Flashed CRW from it and i proceded to back up my current Rom after flashing and within a second after clicking back up my phone went black screen and now it is unresponsive. I have already tried Soft and Hard reboot and neither worked. When i have my device plugged into the wall there is no LED telling me its charging. I am currently on Android version 4.0.4 please help
 
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You not only flash cwm which isn't supports for our device but you flashed the endeavor one..good job you have. A hard brick...you should have read before doing stuff to your phone
 
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i recently downloaded Rom Manager and i Flashed CRW from it and i proceded to back up my current Rom after flashing and within a second after clicking back up my phone went black screen and now it is unresponsive. I have already tried Soft and Hard reboot and neither worked. When i have my device plugged into the wall there is no LED telling me its charging. I am currently on Android version 4.0.4 please help
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Yeah, ROM Manager doesn't support our device. CWM doesn't support our device. And you made the fatal mistake of flashing a recovery meant for the quad core One X. If you have access to a Linux machine, you can try the steps in the unbricking thread in the General forum, or the JET tool (in the Development forum).

Otherwise, you now have an expensive paperweight.
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We're you on att version 2.20? If so there is nothing we can do to fix your phone. You have to send it to HTC or mobiletechvideos

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Yeah, ROM Manager doesn't support our device. CWM doesn't support our device. And you made the fatal mistake of flashing a recovery meant for the quad core One X. If you have access to a Linux machine, you can try the steps in the unbricking thread in the General forum, or the JET tool (in the Development forum).

Otherwise, you now have an expensive paperweight.
Yea.. unfortunately they are right.. when you flashed CWM for the Quad core One x... the unbrick method or the Jet evita tool kit may be your best chance to fix your phone...good luck,
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