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SUPER bricked d800

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13th March 2014, 04:02 PM   |  #1  
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ok.. somehow.. i have super bricked my d800. fastboot mode ONLY.. cant get into download at all.. or recovery.. i think the partition table is totally gone.. anyway to repartition with fastboot? or is there a stock image i can flash with fastboot that will replace everything?


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ok.. somehow.. i have super bricked my d800. fastboot mode ONLY.. cant get into download at all.. or recovery.. i think the partition table is totally gone.. anyway to repartition with fastboot? or is there a stock image i can flash with fastboot that will replace everything?


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this(http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2477595) explains what to do and in the download link there just download files for your device and you can start changing the partitions the best of luck
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this(http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2477595) explains what to do and in the download link there just download files for your device and you can start changing the partitions the best of luck

tried that already.. no go
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tried that already.. no go

did you only replace laf or did you try replacing other things
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did you only replace laf or did you try replacing other things

ive tried it all..


ls *.img
0-PrimaryGPT.img 6-boot.img
1-modem.img 7-tz.img
10-recovery.img 8-misc.img
11-laf.img 9-persist.img
2-sbl1(1).img LAF.img
2-sbl1.img TWRP2633G2ATT.img
3-dbi.img laf(1).img
4-aboot(1).img laf(2).img
4-aboot.img openrecovery-twrp-2.6.3.2-g2att.img
5-rpm(1).img recovery.img
5-rpm.img tz.img






ive tried just flashing the recovery.. the laf.. etc.. im still downloading the 2 laf files at the top of the forum.. will try those


also.. fastboot getvar all returns nothing.

when i try to boot to download.. it shows the download image of the 2 pcs or whatever it is for like 2 seconds then goes directly to fastboot
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that thread is for the F320K the korean model.. i have a d800, at&t.. i need the laf and recovery for my phone..
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ive tried it all..


ls *.img
0-PrimaryGPT.img 6-boot.img
1-modem.img 7-tz.img
10-recovery.img 8-misc.img
11-laf.img 9-persist.img
2-sbl1(1).img LAF.img
2-sbl1.img TWRP2633G2ATT.img
3-dbi.img laf(1).img
4-aboot(1).img laf(2).img
4-aboot.img openrecovery-twrp-2.6.3.2-g2att.img
5-rpm(1).img recovery.img
5-rpm.img tz.img






ive tried just flashing the recovery.. the laf.. etc.. im still downloading the 2 laf files at the top of the forum.. will try those


also.. fastboot getvar all returns nothing.

when i try to boot to download.. it shows the download image of the 2 pcs or whatever it is for like 2 seconds then goes directly to fastboot

those are for f320 not for your device
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those are for f320 not for your device



seems so.. where would i find all my images? does anyone have a full backup of the stock that can be restored?
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that thread is for the F320K the korean model.. i have a d800, at&t.. i need the laf and recovery for my phone..

here is link for d80010d partitions http://downloads.codefi.re/autoprime...10d_partitions
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here is link for d80010d partitions http://downloads.codefi.re/autoprime...10d_partitions

nice! thanks! how do you flash the primary gpt? whats the fastboot flash flag?
ie: for recovery fastboot flash RECOVERY recovery.img


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