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[Q] Hard bricked !

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By NiM72NiK, Senior Member on 25th June 2014, 07:09 AM
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25th June 2014, 01:38 PM |#11  
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Uff...

Are you sure you restored right/yours TS backup?
I have a friend who restored Z1 TA backup to Z2, this things happen so who knows...

It's really odd if you restored your backup on stock fw and something like that happened..

Now I realized you wrote "I had flashtool problems..."
I thought you have problems in flashtool now, that's why I said try with another ftf or another flashtool version...

If you got that, and you did, while you were flashing ftf....I believe you are, unfortunately, right, this is hard brick.

BTW - which firmware you tried to flash?

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i was un iHackers 4.2 using doomkernel v21 tried to relock the bootloader( I have done that before) but this time it tried to restart but this happnd after the restart process..
seems it done, right?
 
 
25th June 2014, 02:45 PM |#12  
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i was un iHackers 4.2 using doomkernel v21 tried to relock the bootloader( I have done that before) but this time it tried to restart but this happnd after the restart process..
seems it done, right?

you need to be on a stock kernel if you relock the bootloader.

You should have flashed a stock FTF immediately after relocking and before restarting.

The solution is to flash a stock FTF

and you have not done this yet
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What is emergency mode?


If there is no response then stick it on charge for 24 hours, do not touch it then try flashing a stock FTF again

please charge it for 24 hours without touching it, then try again
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