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For years, people have relied on complicated manual methods to brick their devices - including, but not limited to:
  • Generally not knowing what they are doing
  • Flashing stuff designed for other devices, especially bootloaders
  • Following guides written for other devices and writing stuff to random partitions like /dev/block/mmcblk0p4
  • Rebooting to recovery with a non-working recovery
  • Wiping data from the bootloader or the Settings menu with a non-working recovery
  • Messing around with nvflash
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Note: For maximum effect, please destroy all copies of your nvflash blobs before using this tool.
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