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Hi, first of all, sorry about my english. I think it's terrible.

I have a SE WT19 stuck on FXP bootloop.
I had installed a custom kernel, but i guess i did something wrong.

At first, my cellphone is on bootloop (in some custom ROMs) or just on black screen.
So, i tried to flash a new kernel with flashtool, or a stock Rom with PCCompanion, but my device is not recognized by Windows 7.
Also is not recognized by Linux, or Mac.

The kernel that bricked my LWW was wt19i-live-rage2.7-kernel-for-fxp-cm7.
There is something possible to bring it alive again?
Ever uninstall and install all drivers and tried in another pc, aways shows the same message.

"One of the USB devices attached to this computer is not working properly, and Windows does not recognize it. For assistance in solving this problem, click this message."
 
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Hi, first of all, sorry about my english. I think it's terrible.

I have a SE WT19 stuck on FXP bootloop.
I had installed a custom kernel, but i guess i did something wrong.

At first, my cellphone is on bootloop (in some custom ROMs) or just on black screen.
So, i tried to flash a new kernel with flashtool, or a stock Rom with PCCompanion, but my device is not recognized by Windows 7.
Also is not recognized by Linux, or Mac.

The kernel that bricked my LWW was wt19i-live-rage2.7-kernel-for-fxp-cm7.
There is something possible to bring it alive again?
Ever uninstall and install all drivers and tried in another pc, aways shows the same message.

"One of the USB devices attached to this computer is not working properly, and Windows does not recognize it. For assistance in solving this problem, click this message."
First of all its not bricked..there are several information missing.Is your phone rooted & boot loader unlocked?With which rom did u try FXP kernel?Chech if u have the latest flashtool installed. Then go to driver folder & download the latest drivers. Connect ur phone in fastboot mode it should install the necessary drivers
 
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First of all its not bricked..there are several information missing.Is your phone rooted & boot loader unlocked?With which rom did u try FXP kernel?Chech if u have the latest flashtool installed. Then go to driver folder & download the latest drivers. Connect ur phone in fastboot mode it should install the necessary drivers
My phone was rooted and unlooked bootloader. I tried ALL CM7/9/10 roms posted in the xda development forum. I have the latest flashtool installed, also the latest drivers. When I connect my phone in fastboot or in flash mode, nothing happens,, cause my pc (and flashtool) do not recognize the device.
 
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Okay but what happens when u connect ur phone to pc while pressing vol up button(without running flashtool)?does the blue led show & pc doesn't recognize it?if yes then go to device manager on my computer & see whats the problem with ur device,try installing it from there.Another question,can u get into CWM?
 
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Okay but what happens when u connect ur phone to pc while pressing vol up button(without running flashtool)?does the blue led show & pc doesn't recognize it?if yes then go to device manager on my computer & see whats the problem with ur device,try installing it from there.Another question,can u get into CWM?
When I press Up, turns on the blue led.
When I press Down, turns on the green led.
Device Manager displays: Unknow Device, and say I'm using the latest drivers, and something about Code 43 wrong.
I can get into CWM.
 
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Nice then ur phone is perfectly okay
just try another pc
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unistall all related to ur device(flashtool,drivers,android sdk,pc companion,google usb) & reinstall.If that even don't work I suggest u to do a fresh install of windows.
 
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See if it's a problem with the USB port. Are other devices connected to that port recognized? Some of the USB ports in the old PC at my home keep showing that message whatever I connect to it
 
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Nice then ur phone is perfectly okay
just try another pc
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unistall all related to ur device(flashtool,drivers,android sdk,pc companion,google usb) & reinstall.If that even don't work I suggest u to do a fresh install of windows.

Thnks..
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See if it's a problem with the USB port. Are other devices connected to that port recognized? Some of the USB ports in the old PC at my home keep showing that message whatever I connect to it
The other device connected works fine...
 
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Might be the phone's micro USB port is faulty???

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