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6th June 2014, 04:32 PM |#11  
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If you do not want root just use pccompanion and choose repair my phone when the options comes up.

1 step fix!
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6th June 2014, 05:03 PM |#12  
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If you do not want root just use pccompanion and choose repair my phone when the options comes up.

1 step fix!

Thanks for the reply

can pc companion read the phone even though the OS has been erased?
6th June 2014, 05:05 PM |#13  
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come to think of it. it sounds easy. just download the ftf then flash using flashtool.

btw. will it cause any problems if the phone has a custom recovery(twrp)?

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Man, I asked you do you still have recovery and you said no?!?

Use recovery to flash stock based ROMs like NUT or iHackers, flashtool or pc companion to flash stock unrooted firmware.

It won'tbe a problem if you have twrp (recovery), it'll wipe everything...

We are talking for a two hours and you are asking same question over and over again...

I wanna help but come on....

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6th June 2014, 05:07 PM |#14  
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It doesn't have to

Turn the phone off, do not attach it to the PC

Run pccompanion, choose software update

When prompted choose the blue option to repair the phone, go through the instructions and attach phone in flashmode when prompted
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Man, I asked you do you still have recovery and you said no?!?

Use recovery to flash stock based ROMs like NUT or iHackers, flashtool or pc companion to flash stock unrooted firmware.

It won'tbe a problem if you have twrp (recovery), it'll wipe everything...

We are talking for a two hours and you are asking same question over and over again...

I wanna help but come on....

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sorry. i told ya i was new to this so even the concepts im still kinda learning. anyway thanks.

what I meant there was the phone has/had a recovery before it got bricked. after it got bricked i couldnt boot into twrp...sooo... yeah im not sure if the phone still has recovery.
6th June 2014, 05:11 PM |#16  
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sorry. i told ya i was new to this so even the concepts im still kinda learning. anyway thanks.

what I meant there was the phone has/had a recovery before it got bricked. after it got bricked i couldnt boot into twrp...sooo... yeah im not sure if the phone still has recovery.

Yeah ...Ok
Just did what Greg said, it's easier...

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6th June 2014, 05:23 PM |#17  
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It doesn't have to

Turn the phone off, do not attach it to the PC

Run pccompanion, choose software update

When prompted choose the blue option to repair the phone, go through the instructions and attach phone in flashmode when prompted

wow thats an easier method.lol will try that also before trying flashtool. thank you
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thank you guys its fixed and alive now!
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