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[Q] Defy bricked and doesn't detect my phone on any systems

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Ok, what do you see in USBDeview?
i see nothing
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Try in another pc or in a virtual machine of Windows XP, or check in which usb port you're plugging on the cable, in my computer with Windows 8 for example, I have 4 ports on the back of the cpu and 2 on the front, the front ones don't work to use RDSLite but they work for mass storage and debugging without any problems, but for RDSLite I have to use the back ports

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I have tried it on other pc and on xp to and tried different usb port and cables too but no use
 
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Looks like you're using an old version of RDSLite, why not trying another one? Maybe 5.6

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Looks like you're using an old version of RDSLite, why not trying another one? Maybe 5.6

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tried all rsd lite version
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Nokia 1100-> Iphone 3g -> Iphone 4s -> Motorola ZN5 ->Motorola Defy MB525 ->Motorola Xoom -> Motorola Razr HD->Moto G

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i see nothing
That's not good. If your phone is going into bootloader mode but USBDeview isn't picking up any signal from the USB, it may be a hardware problem. How did your phone get bricked? Was its USB port working properly before that?
 
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That's not good. If your phone is going into bootloader mode but USBDeview isn't picking up any signal from the USB, it may be a hardware problem. How did your phone get bricked? Was its USB port working properly before that?
it was working properly before... i have tried different usb charging port too.. but still face the same problem phone got bricked by using defy_safe_wipe and i rebooted accidentally
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it was working properly before... i have tried different usb charging port too.. but still face the same problem phone got bricked by using defy_safe_wipe and i rebooted accidentally
Hmm, the safewipe script isn't supposed to touch the recovery partition. Can you get into stock recovery? (Take the battery out, then put it back in while holding the volume down and power buttons at the same time.) If you can get into the stock recovery, do a full factory reset, then try flashing an sbf again.
 
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Hmm, the safewipe script isn't supposed to touch the recovery partition. Can you get into stock recovery? (Take the battery out, then put it back in while holding the volume down and power buttons at the same time.) If you can get into the stock recovery, do a full factory reset, then try flashing an sbf again.
i tried it .. but no stock recovery if i hold it upto 10 mins with volume down and power button.. its totally bricked... only thing is i can get into bootloader....
 
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i tried it .. but no stock recovery if i hold it upto 10 mins with volume down and power button.. its totally bricked... only thing is i can get into bootloader....
I'm afraid I'm out of ideas, except for trying the sbf_flash tool in Linux. (It's not that hard to use, and you don't have to install Linux on your PC; you can just run it from a usb drive.)
 
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I'm afraid I'm out of ideas, except for trying the sbf_flash tool in Linux. (It's not that hard to use, and you don't have to install Linux on your PC; you can just run it from a usb drive.)
Fine will give a try and let u know

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