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[Q] HTC One X not switching on

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22nd April 2014, 12:49 PM   |  #11  
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Another bricked HOX apparently. There seem to be loads of these on the internet. In my case, it can't have to do with custom roms or rooting since I never messed around with stuff like that. I even opened the HOX and checked all cables etc. There is no part that looks damaged or otherwise suspicious.

What can we do? How can we at least get access to the data in the internal memory?
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Don't know if this will help, but it might be that it hasn't actually charged properly over night and has drained itself to death.

Try plugging into PC and get to fast boot.

Fastboot = Volume Down + Power Button

Then make a batch file out of this:

Quote:

" @echo off
:start
fastboot getvar battery-voltage

fastboot reboot-bootloader

ping /n 6 localhost >nul

goto start
"

Then run the Batch File

Credit to Floepie for writing the .bat
22nd April 2014, 06:28 PM   |  #13  
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Originally Posted by Wilks3y

Don't know if this will help, but it might be that it hasn't actually charged properly over night and has drained itself to death.

Try plugging into PC and get to fast boot.

Fastboot = Volume Down + Power Button

Then make a batch file out of this:



Then run the Batch File

Credit to Floepie for writing the .bat

Unfortunately, there's no way this could help. because the HOX is literally dead. There is not even a charging indication when plugged into a PC or the wall charger. And thus it's not recognised by the PC and fastboot won't find it.
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