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[Q] T-Mobile Z1S brick

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16th June 2014, 08:53 AM   |  #11  
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Press it for much longer. If you get to one minutes and it has not worked then we can worry

Also, after seeing your numerous posts all over the forum I see another issue

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...so i shut it off then went into flash mode with the blue led then i turned it off from there then when...:


Blue LED means fastboot, for flashmode you need a green LED

Press volume down for flashmode and volume up for fastboot.
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16th June 2014, 08:54 AM   |  #12  
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Press it for much longer. If you get to one minutes and it has not worked then we can worry

Also, after seeing your numerous posts all over the forum I see another issue




Blue LED means fastboot, for flashmode you need a green LED

Press volume down for flashmode and volume up for fastboot.

these don't work anymore for some reason, and again windows reognizes the device but doesn't know what it is
time to wrry, it doesn't work the vol up and power after a minute
HELP DEVICE OCNNECTED IN FLASH MODE WHAT DO I EXCLUDE IN THE FLASH ?
NVM I JUST LET it wiothout excluding anything wishh me luck
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Press it for much longer. If you get to one minutes and it has not worked then we can worry

Also, after seeing your numerous posts all over the forum I see another issue




Blue LED means fastboot, for flashmode you need a green LED

Press volume down for flashmode and volume up for fastboot.

there's around 2000 files it's sending to my phone, is it normal
16th June 2014, 09:13 AM   |  #14  
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OMG YESSS MY PHONE STARTED
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Love you greg, thanks for always coming on xda arouund this time
16th June 2014, 09:17 AM   |  #16  
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No worries, My boss is not yet in at work
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No worries, My boss is not yet in at work

HEHEHEH what helped me was telling me to hold the vol up and power for a minutes, i went further to like almost two minutes and after that i started stabbing the red button next to the sim card with a toothpick LOL

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