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Hard Brick Qualcomm HS-USB Qdloader 9008

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8th March 2012, 07:45 AM   |  #1  
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I hard bricked my Galaxy S II but when I take the battery out hold both volume buttons and plug into USB I can get my computer to recognize it was a "Qualcomm HS-USB QDLoader 9008" Device

Odin can see the phone but it can't flash any roms it won't get past "
<ID:0/003> SetupConnection.."

Is there any hope?
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8th March 2012, 07:57 AM   |  #2  
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I hard bricked my Galaxy S II but when I take the battery out hold both volume buttons and plug into USB I can get my computer to recognize it was a "Qualcomm HS-USB QDLoader 9008" Device

Odin can see the phone but it can't flash any roms it won't get past "
<ID:0/003> SetupConnection.."

Is there any hope?

how the hell did you manage that?
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how the hell did you manage that?

I put a .pit in odin
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I put a .pit in odin

u might need one of these little guys to hopefully unbrick your phone.. it might just get you back into download mode.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1526600
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Where are people finding these pit files??

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11th March 2012, 07:45 AM   |  #6  
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Where are people finding these pit files??

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thats what im trying to figure out. there are not pit files posted anywhere in the t989 section.... must be something from another samsung phone like the vibrant.

did other popular samsung devices gain cwm thru .pit files? ours uses a .tar file.

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thats what im trying to figure out. there are not pit files posted anywhere in the t989 section.... must be something from another samsung phone like the vibrant.

did other popular samsung devices gain cwm thru .pit files? ours uses a .tar file.

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Yeah, from what i read the older models did use a pit file... But i don't remember seeing any for our model

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I've had a vibrant since it came out and every time you odined the Vibrant you needed a pit file. I had a pit in the odin directory and I wasn't really thinking and used it... *facepalm*

In hindsight it was a very stupid thing to do, but my softkeys weren't working and I was frantically trying to figure out what was going on...
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I can repair both your brick and the soft keys if you need it done.

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Mobile Tech Videos unbricked my device. I believe it was the first one they did. The service was excellent. I put my faith in them even when no solution existed and they stepped up to bat. Communication was awesome. I would recommend the service to anyone. If amyone was going to fix it they were... and did!

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