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[Q] HTC One M7 Bricked Please Help Me

13th June 2014, 06:35 AM   |  #1  
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Today, I was just using my phone normally and all of a sudden, it rebooted into recovery and I could't reboot out of it. I tried wiping the caches and booting from some back ups and none of that worked. It was while trying to boot from a day 1 backup I had saved that my phone bricked.

From there, tried the light trick, and holding the power/vol buttons with no avail. Its completely unresponsive, though my PC makes the noises when I plug it in even though the phone isn't showing up as a device.

Please help, I'm getting scared that I have no options here.
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13th June 2014, 07:03 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by Gabeisreal

Rooted, S-On, had InsertCoin ROM flashed and TWRP

Today, I was just using my phone normally and all of a sudden, it rebooted into recovery and I could't reboot out of it. I tried wiping the caches and booting from some back ups and none of that worked. It was while trying to boot from a day 1 backup I had saved that my phone bricked.

From there, tried the light trick, and holding the power/vol buttons with no avail. Its completely unresponsive, though my PC makes the noises when I plug it in even though the phone isn't showing up as a device.

Please help, I'm getting scared that I have no options here.

so your phone is only booting to recovery? does it boot in bootloader mode? What does it show in windows device manager?
13th June 2014, 09:36 AM   |  #3  
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so your phone is only booting to recovery? does it boot in bootloader mode? What does it show in windows device manager?

so the problem right now is that it is bricked. It won't respond to anything and it won't turn on. But before that, the problem I was trying to fix myself was that it was only booting to recovery, though it was able to also boot into bootloader mode.
13th June 2014, 03:54 PM   |  #4  
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so the problem right now is that it is bricked. It won't respond to anything and it won't turn on. But before that, the problem I was trying to fix myself was that it was only booting to recovery, though it was able to also boot into bootloader mode.

Call in the warranty ambulance.
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Hopefully they can't get it to boot either otherwise they won't cover the warranty because you modified it

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