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[Q] Device won't boot after failed root attempt

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31st March 2014, 12:23 AM   |  #1  
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So i was trying to root my Nexus 7 for some of the many benefits that you get from rooting and half way through the process i messed up somewhere and now the device is completely bricked. I can't access bootloader or even start up the device at all. I have tried plugging it in to my PC and windows tells me that it isn't a Nexus 7 but instead it's called "QHSUSB_DLOAD" and i can't access it's internal storage at all.

I tried the many combinations of button holding and tried charging it, but still no response. I can't access it at all, it won't start, it's just gone. I can't use any of the features of my rooting toolkit either as it can't recognize the ABD. I was able to access bootloader for a while but when i decided to activate the Recovery mode, i saw the dead android and a warning sign above him.

So, Now it's just completely unresponsive and i can't plug it into a PC. I haven't even seen anything on the internet related to the QHUSB_DLOAD device that keeps appearing. I really need help with this. I can't even find anyone else with this problem, so i'm pretty worried... Also, I'm not used to installing and playing with mobile devices, so try to explain things in clear-ish english so i might actually understand some of the terms you use.
31st March 2014, 12:51 PM   |  #2  
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What method were you using to gain root? Was it a toolkit?

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14th April 2014, 03:33 PM   |  #3  
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What method were you using to gain root? Was it a toolkit?

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Sorry for the late reply. I was trying to find my account for a while as I didn't save my login anywhere. As for a toolkit, yes, I was using the Wugfresh toolkit. Luckily for me, the problem seeming was an overnight fix. After I woke up, I was making breakfast and the tablet just decided to turn on next to me. I didn't even press the power button, which is kinda weird. Either way, Problem solved.

Sent from my now rooted Nexus 7. Awww Yea.
14th April 2014, 11:29 PM   |  #4  
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Originally Posted by SassMaster

Sorry for the late reply. I was trying to find my account for a while as I didn't save my login anywhere. As for a toolkit, yes, I was using the Wugfresh toolkit. Luckily for me, the problem seeming was an overnight fix. After I woke up, I was making breakfast and the tablet just decided to turn on next to me. I didn't even press the power button, which is kinda weird. Either way, Problem solved.

Sent from my now rooted Nexus 7. Awww Yea.

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