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[Q] After heavy brick no usb connection (system works)

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6th May 2014, 08:53 PM   |  #1  
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After a heavy brick and managing to revive everything, I'm still stuck at reviving the usb-connection when the system is up! (Odin usb works)

Please help!

What i tried:

- flashing old firmware
- installing baseband again
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8th May 2014, 01:57 PM   |  #2  
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solution was restoring a old nandroid completly (including efs and all other stuff in twrp)
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Originally Posted by Aronuser

After a heavy brick and managing to revive everything, I'm still stuck at reviving the usb-connection when the system is up! (Odin usb works)

Please help!

What i tried:

- flashing old firmware
- installing baseband again

Lucky, my eMMC chip was mucked up as nothing would write to it so I had to send it back to Amazon for a free replacement sacrificing all my data
8th May 2014, 08:32 PM   |  #4  
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Lucky, my eMMC chip was mucked up as nothing would write to it so I had to send it back to Amazon for a free replacement sacrificing all my data

Next time put nandroid on sd
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Next time put nandroid on sd

Nandroid is useless if you can't boot to recovery :P
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