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Possibly bricked kindle fire HDX 8.9(?)

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17th April 2014, 10:51 PM   |  #11  
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again i did not brick my device
using your root method

my device got bricked by an error in safestrap
i did a wipe data factory reset and this when i went to reflash the rom on the rom slot and it kept saying flash failed and that there were 0 mb on the sdcard i even pushed the rom back to the sdcard from adb but it would not flash and when i went to reboot it gave me a warning saying no os found or something like that so i tried and tried to make another rom slot and tried to restore a backup but it would not let me saying 0mb of storage available
so that's my story and now i dont have adb and im stuck at the gray kindle fire logo with only mtp showing but not fully installing but with a fastboot cable i got QHSUSB_BULK at first but after some booting over and over again i got it into QHSUSB_DLOAD with a driver installed on windows and i can see it connected to Linux as well with an id and everything in lsusb from a terminal that is about where my knowledge ends
but with the right devs we could get this working like the evo 3d and a bunch
of other HTC devices that were fixed that way and even get s-off through that QHSUSB_DLOAD mode but i dont have the knowledge to write something like that up or how to issue the proper commands in Linux or what partitions to write to or even the proper chmod to make so im stuck with a nice little paper weight as of now with no devs on board it's looking a bit grim for me

Oh my god I'm an idiot. I thought you were the op. *facepalm* sorry for the trouble.

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17th April 2014, 10:53 PM   |  #12  
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Oh my god I'm an idiot. I thought you were the op. *facepalm* sorry. For the trouble.

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NOPE you are stuck helping me now lol
17th April 2014, 10:54 PM   |  #13  
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NOPE you are stuck helping me now lol

I'll look into it. But as of now I'm a bit busy. Sorry.

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17th April 2014, 11:01 PM   |  #14  
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I'll look into it. But as of now I'm a bit busy. Sorry.

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the only way i see a fix for mine since the fastboot cable did not help me get into fastboot mode is if we some how manage to get some devs over here which seems unlikely at this point but i still have hope one falls on a devs lap sometime soon
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