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Exclamation [Q] my X8 is dead plzzzz help !!!!!!!!!

OP Root97

9th March 2014, 09:59 PM   |  #1  
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I have Xperia X8 with unlocked boot-loader using nAa kernel 14 gb and running android 2.3.7 jelly bread

I was trying to flash nAa jb 03 kernel via flashtool but for some reason the flash was aborted although I did the usual drill ... i tried flashing it back but no result it didnt work.

after that I tried to power up the phone and the led goes green and the phone vibrate and then nothing .... no light on the screen no boot animation just like that..... flashmode is still working i guess....

so I was searched here in xda for a solution and I found out that flashing back to stock kernel should help it via SEUS

so I just wanna make sure Im doing the right thing .... please give me any suggestion ..... its still early to say food bye to my lovely phone
10th March 2014, 07:01 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by Root97

I have Xperia X8 with unlocked boot-loader using nAa kernel 14 gb and running android 2.3.7 jelly bread

I was trying to flash nAa jb 03 kernel via flashtool but for some reason the flash was aborted although I did the usual drill ... i tried flashing it back but no result it didnt work.

after that I tried to power up the phone and the led goes green and the phone vibrate and then nothing .... no light on the screen no boot animation just like that..... flashmode is still working i guess....

so I was searched here in xda for a solution and I found out that flashing back to stock kernel should help it via SEUS

so I just wanna make sure Im doing the right thing .... please give me any suggestion ..... its still early to say food bye to my lovely phone

just flash the stock firmware using flashtool
download it from my signature
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10th March 2014, 08:34 PM   |  #3  
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just flash the stock firmware using flashtool
download it from my signature

Thnx ^_^ its appreciated .... any idea about the cause of the problem ?
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