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Urgent help!!!!!!!!!!

10th April 2014, 05:56 PM |#11  
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Remove battery for 20 seconds
Replace battery
Hold Volume Down and hold Power button

This should (if you've not destroyed/corrupted the the whole boot programming) load HBOOT.

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nothing happends man
 
 
10th April 2014, 06:03 PM |#12  
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It's killed it then, only way round it is either JTAG, Service Center or sent to HTC to have it Re-Flashed... That's if it's not locked up the Security on MSM7225A SoC chip?

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10th April 2014, 06:06 PM |#13  
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It's killed it then, only way round it is either JTAG, Service Center or sent to HTC to have it Re-Flashed... That's if it's not locked up the Security on MSM7225A SoC chip?

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so be it (dunno what you said here "That's if it's not locked up the Security on MSM7225A SoC chip?" )
10th April 2014, 06:24 PM |#14  
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(dunno what you said here "That's if it's not locked up the Security on MSM7225A SoC chip?" )

This is why, if you've not checked, it's so easy to kill your handset.

The CPU on your phone has it's own OTP memory (OTP - One Time Programmable) which holds chip data, manufacturer data, Security data and any corruption to ANY of those bits of data can render the unit dead, especially Security, seeing as you were S-OFF you were free to write to any and all partitions but (and this is a big 'but') using software not written for this device increases the risk of it bricking, essentially the data you wrote in was 100% wrong unfortunately.


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10th April 2014, 06:52 PM |#15  
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This is why, if you've not checked, it's so easy to kill your handset.

The CPU on your phone has it's own OTP memory (OTP - One Time Programmable) which holds chip data, manufacturer data, Security data and any corruption to ANY of those bits of data can render the unit dead, especially Security, seeing as you were S-OFF you were free to write to any and all partitions but (and this is a big 'but') using software not written for this device increases the risk of it bricking, essentially the data you wrote in was 100% wrong unfortunately.


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So be it I was stupid i am stupid i shall try to buy new motherboard it's around 50$
THANKS for your time and help man
10th April 2014, 07:01 PM |#16  
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Not a problem

Next time though do a bit of research and that'll be $50 still in your pocket

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10th April 2014, 07:05 PM |#17  
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Not a problem

Next time though do a bit of research and that'll be $50 still in your pocket

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sure man
15th April 2014, 06:56 PM |#18  
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Hey #Antagonist42 thank's for your help JTAG worked man
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Nice one

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