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20th January 2015, 08:19 PM |#11  
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The problem with mine is that after I bricked it I sent it to be jtaged. When I got it back it wouldn't unlock to any network. No matter what it asks me for an unlock code.
Maybe I can run this on my phone and restore the emmc that cross checks the modem.???
What harm could it do

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where did u send?

How much was it ?
 
 
21st January 2015, 03:05 AM |#12  
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I sent it to mobile tech videos... I heard good stuff about them but don't send it to them if you want your phone to work again. I don't remember what it cost me but I wish I would have waited for this unbrick method. The jtag process fried my modem or part of my motherboard. Try the unbrick method. People have had a lot of luck with that.

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13th May 2015, 03:07 AM |#13  
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Originally Posted by cannonofcourse

I sent it to mobile tech videos... I heard good stuff about them but don't send it to them if you want your phone to work again. I don't remember what it cost me but I wish I would have waited for this unbrick method. The jtag process fried my modem or part of my motherboard. Try the unbrick method. People have had a lot of luck with that.

HTC ONE M-7

i tried that method but after the command i get a message error that my device isn't found
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