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It kept rebooting even after the official firmware update, now I'm stuck in fastboot 14 menu entry mode "Failed to boot 0x1000" cause I tried to flash pudding's sbf file...

But yea it would sit there then if ya went to touch the skin it'd reboot immediately then just keep rebooting over and over again up to the lock screen, shutting down, powering back up et cetera.
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did you do fastboot oem unlock?

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I can't get it to do anything. It just sits there at this screen:
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SVF:105:1:2
Failed to boot 0x1000
No OS detected, going to RSD Mode in 5 seconds
Press a key to stop count down
Available Modes are:
1 RSD
2 Fastboot
3 NVFlash
4 BP HW Bypass RSD
5 BP HW Bypass QCDLOAD
6 BP HW Diag & Boot AP
7 BP HW Bypass BPOnly
8 BP SW Bypass RSD
9 Android Recovery ***(See my note below)
10 Boot Android (No BP) ***(See my note below)
11 Device UID
12 console=ttyS0, 115200n8 (I think that's an s don't look like a 5)
13 Early USBEnumeration
14 BP Tools

Vol up to select, Vol down for next choice

Current choice mode is: RSD

Starting Fastboot protocol support

Unlocking your device may void your warranty
I can't get it to come out of this screen also Vol up and down appear to do nothing I think... It's not picking up as being in RSD in RSD Lite.

Notes. I tried doing a Cold boot (#10) and it did the same thing this was all before I tried flashing the new firmware only to have the same ill effects. I got it to go into Android Recovery earlier, before firmware update, but tapping on the lower right corner of the screen did nothing, no menu's or anything.
My owned smartphone list order:
HTC Mogul
Samsung i760
HTC TP2
LG Fathom
HTC HD2
(Went to the darkside.... Still waiting for my cookies!!)
Dell Streak (Mini) 5
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (Finally got my cookies | i317 on T-Mobile)
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I can't get it to do anything. It just sits there at this screen:
Code:
SVF:105:1:2
Failed to boot 0x1000
No OS detected, going to RSD Mode in 5 seconds
Press a key to stop count down
Available Modes are:
1 RSD
2 Fastboot
3 NVFlash
4 BP HW Bypass RSD
5 BP HW Bypass QCDLOAD
6 BP HW Diag & Boot AP
7 BP HW Bypass BPOnly
8 BP SW Bypass RSD
9 Android Recovery ***(See my note below)
10 Boot Android (No BP) ***(See my note below)
11 Device UID
12 console=ttyS0, 115200n8 (I think that's an s don't look like a 5)
13 Early USBEnumeration
14 BP Tools

Vol up to select, Vol down for next choice

Current choice mode is: RSD

Starting Fastboot protocol support

Unlocking your device may void your warranty
I can't get it to come out of this screen also Vol up and down appear to do nothing I think... It's not picking up as being in RSD in RSD Lite.

Notes. I tried doing a Cold boot (#10) and it did the same thing this was all before I tried flashing the new firmware only to have the same ill effects. I got it to go into Android Recovery earlier, before firmware update, but tapping on the lower right corner of the screen did nothing, no menu's or anything.
Ok you're almost there.

Reboot it, get into fastboot
Fastboot oem unlock
*screen displays warning and a code*
Fastboot oem unlock *insert code here without asteriks*

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The only unlocker I have that I know of is pudding/4547-fix-try2.sbf

I believe it caused the fastboot only issue or whatever this screen is...

I have this folder too, if it'll do me any good.
My owned smartphone list order:
HTC Mogul
Samsung i760
HTC TP2
LG Fathom
HTC HD2
(Went to the darkside.... Still waiting for my cookies!!)
Dell Streak (Mini) 5
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (Finally got my cookies | i317 on T-Mobile)
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The only unlocker I have that I know of is pudding/4547-fix-try2.sbf

I believe it caused the fastboot only issue or whatever this screen is...

I have this folder too, if it'll do me any good.
That is the correct pudding. Flash that, and if it gives you the same error, get into fastboot and run the commands from my previous post

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That is the correct pudding. Flash that, and if it gives you the same error, get into fastboot and run the commands from my previous post

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Yea I'm waiting/hoping the battery somehow gets a charge so I can start over, did nothing when the phone was turned off, leave it on the 0x1000 error screen plugged into the charger to see if charges that way.
My owned smartphone list order:
HTC Mogul
Samsung i760
HTC TP2
LG Fathom
HTC HD2
(Went to the darkside.... Still waiting for my cookies!!)
Dell Streak (Mini) 5
Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (Finally got my cookies | i317 on T-Mobile)
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If anyone has a droid x, you can use their battery too

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Yea I'm waiting/hoping the battery somehow gets a charge so I can start over, did nothing when the phone was turned off, leave it on the 0x1000 error screen plugged into the charger to see if charges that way.
Nope, it won't charge that way. You need to boot a rom for that. You can charge the battery outside the phone, on some other thread (can't remember which) there was a howto using a spare charger

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