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[Q] Can one kill his phone forever?(what mistake mostly makes this)

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By nicholes, Senior Member on 27th May 2014, 05:04 PM
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Hi guys
i want to root and install custom roms on my note 2 . i just want to know what are the most common problem comes that make your phone completely dead!

is it even possible that one can kill his phone completely that it can never be recovered?
 
 
28th May 2014, 08:10 AM |#2  
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Bumping the thread

why no one answers?
28th May 2014, 08:18 AM |#3  
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Originally Posted by nicholes

Hi guys
i want to root and install custom roms on my note 2 . i just want to know what are the most common problem comes that make your phone completely dead!

is it even possible that one can kill his phone completely that it can never be recovered?

If you flashed wrong custom ROM via recovery won't be a problem, just reflash any other compatible stock ROM then your problem will be fixed. BUT if you flashed wrong stock ROM via ODIN and you will end up brick. You need a JTAG to revive your phone.
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Its pretty hard to destroy your phone completely just by flashing another rom.
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Flashing bootloader through recovery is a bad idea.
Repartitioning your device in odin, with files not specific to your device, is a bad idea
Dramatic over-clocking with increased voltages, can be a bad idea
Dropping your device is a bad idea.
Bumping a thread without waiting more than 24 hours, is a bad idea
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Flashing bootloader through recovery is a bad idea.
Repartitioning your device in odin, with files not specific to your device, is a bad idea
Dramatic over-clocking with increased voltages, can be a bad idea
Dropping your device is a bad idea.
Bumping a thread without waiting more than 24 hours, is a bad idea

i understood sir

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If you flashed wrong custom ROM via recovery won't be a problem, just reflash any other compatible stock ROM then your problem will be fixed. BUT if you flashed wrong stock ROM via ODIN and you will end up brick. You need a JTAG to revive your phone.

and what is JTAG here?please explain
28th May 2014, 10:42 AM |#7  
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i understood sir



and what is JTAG here?please explain

JTAG = Joint Test Action Group.

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joint_Test_Action_Group

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