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[GUIDE]How to Unbrick Phones Bricked Due To Chainfire 3D...

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25th June 2014, 11:19 AM   |  #21  
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26th June 2014, 06:06 AM   |  #22  
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Phone Yes, I've been soliciting for the file but without any luck...
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Thanks to say but I don't take Donations But Can't give you the file now ... You can request someone to pull the file for you... or I think the file isn't corrupt something other is wrong... it generally doesn't happen or It never has happened...


It appears no one is willing or able to provide the file. I've checked on the files still remaining on the phone and they appear to line up with the number of files that should be there from the install - it just seems odd that one single file isn't available from the community to either prove/disprove whether the installation was okay or corrupt. Again - thanks -
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How to Uninstall Chainfire 3D on bricked Devices ...

Here is the solution

1. Connect USB cable and then restart your phone.Get your phone in Recovery Mode....

2. Check whether your device has been detected in the PC - Device Manager - Android ADB Interface.

2. Run "adb devices" - to make sure the phone drivers are ok (should output a long hex string and "device"). If Device Isn't Detected You need to install Adb Drivers... Download From: adbdriver.com

3. Run "adb shell" from command prompt. If $ came then Type SU. so it will automatically change to #. ( Means your phone rooted and you gain root permission to delete the Bloody CF3D driver from your phone.

*Tip*If You Get An Error Type "# mount -o rw,remount /system" - Press Enter.

4. Still in shell? Type "sh /cf3d_uninstall.sh"

*Tip*if sh /cf3d_uninstall.sh doesnt work , try 'sh /system/lib/cf3d_uninstall.sh" instead.


Phone will automatically reboot and will be ready.
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23rd August 2014, 05:07 PM   |  #25  
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hi
i'm stuck in bootloop on my nexus 5

when I type " adb shell" it's prompted that my device is unauthorized.
usb debug was definitely checked,
I've read somewhere that there's a pop up on the phone that confirms the match between pc and phnoe, but I can't confirm any pop up because my phone doesn't boot

any solution?
5th September 2014, 08:59 AM   |  #26  
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Help needed!!!!!!!!!
I have a rooted phone karbonn a27+ but usb debugging is off i can get to recover fastboot but when i attatch my phone to pc it detects ,i checked it on device manager it shows yelow(!)sign and when i go to adb devices it says no phone is connected plaz help
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how to install adb shall and how to run it ?
Please reply me fast because its urgent.
8th December 2014, 10:16 PM   |  #28  
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i have a sony z ultra gpe
[QUOTE=N'ayam Amarsh'e;49974604]How to Uninstall Chainfire 3D on bricked Devices ...

Here is the solution

1. Connect USB cable and then restart your phone.Get your phone in Recovery Mode....

2. Check whether your device has been detected in the PC - Device Manager - Android ADB Interface.

2. Run "adb devices" - to make sure the phone drivers are ok (should output a long hex string and "device"). If Device Isn't Detected You need to install Adb Drivers... Download From: adbdriver.com

3. Run "adb shell" from command prompt. If $ came then Type SU. so it will automatically change to #. ( Means your phone rooted and you gain root permission to delete the Bloody CF3D driver from your phone.

*Tip*If You Get An Error Type "# mount -o rw,remount /system" - Press Enter.

4. Still in shell? Type "sh /cf3d_uninstall.sh"

*Tip*if sh /cf3d_uninstall.sh doesnt work , try 'sh /system/lib/cf3d_uninstall.sh" instead.


Phone will automatically reboot and will be ready.
Don't Forget To press Thanks.....
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hi im in adb installer and it says my phone but it say driver incorrectly. how do i fix this? thanks.
1st January 2015, 01:51 PM   |  #29  
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Sorry to be disturbing, but I've literally gone insane.... ADB Can't detect my phone, so I'm not sure if it was marked as always allow for usb debugging... can you guys help me know how to flash my phone? I've spent countless hours trying to find my firmware and ROM, but my phone is one of those non popular company ones..... its called Vodafone Smart 4... If you can help, I'd be greatly thankful....
29th January 2015, 04:50 PM   |  #30  
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chainfire softbrick
Gooday chaps
if you flash your phone with a stock rom must it be in your sd card in .zip format.I dont know if usb debuging was enabled,if not then what do i do? Hisense u939 android 4.2.2
Last edited by codyseth; 29th January 2015 at 10:17 PM. Reason: wanted to be more specific

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