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Default [Hard Bricked] [QHSUSB_BULK] [HELP] N9005 - Kitkat 4.4.2

Hello,

My phone is bricked:
- No light while charging
- Won't Boot
- Wont boot with debrick.img on the sd card

the only option available is QHSUSB__BULK when connecting to windows but not recognized by ODIN 3.09

can somebody assist or know how to fix it? it may help others also.

thanks.

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Hello,

My phone is bricked:
- No light while charging
- Won't Boot
- Wont boot with debrick.img on the sd card

the only option available is QHSUSB_BULK when connecting to windows but not recognized by ODIN 3.09

can somebody assist or know how to fix it? it may help others also.

thanks.

AllenZo
Have a search round there is an SD Card way of fixing (not 100% guaranteed) but people report it works OK. How did you brick it?
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Have a search round there is an SD Card way of fixing (not 100% guaranteed) but people report it works OK. How did you brick it?
Hello radicalisto,

Thank you for the reply, i bricked it when i did the below
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dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p6 of=recovery.img_orig
dd if=recovery.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p6
while trying to run Kali Linux on it.

the method i found is for QHSUSB_DLOAD, I tried to look for QHSUSB_BULK without success...only 4 results in google but not so helpful.
 
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The dd command in linux is very dangerous if you don't know exactly what you are doing.

Since your phone won't respond to anything, your bootloader is probably fried.
You say that SDcard with unbrick.img did not work?

Did you write the image to the card or just copy the file?
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Ah I derped out there, hadn't realised you tried the brick.img -- as @FeralFire said, did you write it or just copy it?
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The dd command in linux is very dangerous if you don't know exactly what you are doing.

Since your phone won't respond to anything, your bootloader is probably fried.
You say that SDcard with unbrick.img did not work?

Did you write the image to the card or just copy the file?
yep, i wrote it on 4 different sd card just to make sure if one is not working, using win32diskimager.
 
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Hello,

I fixed it by using a different SD card, make sure it is class 10 and 16GB, 32GB or 64GB.
-Download the debrick image from Here
-Download Win32DiskImager
-Download debrik.img
-Unzip both items and run win32diskimager
-Select Image File debrick.img
-Select Device ( put your sdcard in 16gb or 32bg )
-Click write ( note this will format your sdcard)

After finish put your Sdcard to your phone. Make sure you have battery more than 10% and it will boot to your ROM.

Thanks,

AllenZo

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