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By lordofegypt, Junior Member on 6th January 2014, 01:32 AM
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10th January 2014, 05:56 AM |#31  
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Exactly what ROM did you flash? What's the exact filename? Is there anything else at all that you did?

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I Used a RUU rom to get back to the starting point and worked back into unlock, SU, Root, and S-off. after i got all that it wet very smooth with the CleanRom for Telstra and firmware update. I am wondering if there was something lingering that i flashed though I did recovery restore & clear and did a format before getting it back to Stock. Wish I could get access to see what caused this exactly. Almost certain its operator error. Most times it is with this kind of stuff. That and dont do this stuff on little sleep, SUCH a bad idea. When I get it back i will get in touch with you because I would like to get that ROM running.
 
 
10th January 2014, 06:14 AM |#32  
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That's a bit confusing. You said everything went smooth but the phone is bricked. I'm trying to help work out where this went wrong but I need you to assist me by being as clear and specific as possible and answering questions with as much relevant detail as possible. For example, I need to know the exact filename of whatever you installed directly before the device became bricked, not the name of the ROM (Cleanrom 6.5), but the filename (something like CleanROM-6.5-evita.zip).

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And I hate to say it, but yeah it is most likely operator error.

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17th January 2014, 03:58 PM |#33  
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That's a bit confusing. You said everything went smooth but the phone is bricked. I'm trying to help work out where this went wrong but I need you to assist me by being as clear and specific as possible and answering questions with as much relevant detail as possible. For example, I need to know the exact filename of whatever you installed directly before the device became bricked, not the name of the ROM (Cleanrom 6.5), but the filename (something like CleanROM-6.5-evita.zip).

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And I hate to say it, but yeah it is most likely operator error.

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Haha no no its fine to say its operator error as I am certain it was. I have done a lot with Samsung phones but this is my first HTC and as I know a guy with a JTag system its only $5 to get it fixed. I greatly appreciate your help in all of this though. the Rom was a CleamRom 6.5 for the evita. I was certain to double, triple check anything I downloaded then again before I installed it as it is clear many people cross the Roms for the international and the AT&T phones.This time might help to start with a backup or two stored to the computer so I know I got a good one before screwing around
17th January 2014, 04:10 PM |#34  
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Well at least you can get it repaired on the cheap.

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