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[Q] help i have full brick my x10 mini

OP talel55

2nd February 2014, 03:46 PM   |  #1  
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i was unlocking bootloader , when i flashed the phone with E10_2.6.32.60-nAa-05
it stuck in booting , i flashed it again with X10 v1
and the phone now isfully bricked
no red light , no green light , no boot , nothing
help please ,
And sorry for my bad english
2nd February 2014, 04:09 PM   |  #2  
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i was unlocking bootloader , when i flashed the phone with E10_2.6.32.60-nAa-05
it stuck in booting , i flashed it again with X10 v1
and the phone now isfully bricked
no red light , no green light , no boot , nothing
help please ,
And sorry for my bad english

Yep, it's bricked... you need to have it j-tagged.
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2nd February 2014, 05:57 PM   |  #3  
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Yep, it's bricked... you need to have it j-tagged.

thanks for answer , but can you explain please
2nd February 2014, 06:02 PM   |  #4  
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thanks for answer , but can you explain please

The X10BLrelock kernel is for the Big X10, not for our little phones, it overwrites the little bit of address-space used to enable flashmode.

A repair shop with a JTAG machine can use the factory debug connections on the back of the mainboard to repair and flash fresh firmware, it's the only way to get your phone back to work.
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The X10BLrelock kernel is for the Big X10, not for our little phones, it overwrites the little bit of address-space used to enable flashmode.

A repair shop with a JTAG machine can use the factory debug connections on the back of the mainboard to repair and flash fresh firmware, it's the only way to get your phone back to work.

Thnx a lot for helping
but it's expansive
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