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Stop flashing until usb problem is fixed...

25th May 2010, 08:28 PM   |  #81  
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I couldn't help myself. Joining the ranks of the brickified.
25th May 2010, 09:04 PM   |  #82  
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I couldn't help myself. Joining the ranks of the brickified.

Aww no way. Sorry mate. It's not a nice feeling when you realise it's happened

I thought you were going to try and resist the urge to keep flashing. Lol
25th May 2010, 10:11 PM   |  #83  
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I couldn't help myself. Joining the ranks of the brickified.

Please could you give all the informations on your configuration?

- use of hub usb?
- Laptop or desktop computer?
- Type of ROM: Nexus or HTC (sense) ?
- USB cable: Stock or compatible? do you use an adaptator mini usb > µUSB?
- Did you use nohup option?
25th May 2010, 10:23 PM   |  #84  
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Cross-posted from MoDaCo.

Of note for this run:

I used nohup in the recovery script, but I used it successfully before as well.
When I got into recovery, it dropped back to the red triangle; had to re-run the bat file. Again, this has happened before as well.
When I went to create a nandroid backup (nand only), it failed with the "run nandroid-mobile.sh from adb" message.
I haven't bootlooped in a long time.
I hadn't flashed yet; I was backing up in preparation. This fairly clearly points to the recovery method.

Powered off the phone and restarted it into recovery and got the dreaded Qualcomm CDMA device driver pings.
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I flashed many a time before this with no issues. Win 7 x64 desktop using the stock cable on front-facing USB ports. I hadn't flashed a ROM, but I'm running a modified version of eViL's build. Doesn't matter, it seems pretty clear it's a problem with recovery, not the ROM you're using or flashing in that instance.
26th May 2010, 12:25 AM   |  #85  
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I have a question... what's bricked user's USB chipset on their computer?


God knows some of them do suck.
26th May 2010, 06:47 AM   |  #86  
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It seems to point out to a bug in the recovery menu
26th May 2010, 09:31 AM   |  #87  
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ICH10R southbridge, X58 board. DFI X58-T3eH6, Core i7 920, 12GB RAM. Again, I flashed countless times without any issue, using exactly the same methods, cable, port, card reader, everything. That was the only thing that made me give it another shot; if it hadn't happened thus far and was truly a system-related thing, it wasn't going to happen now. It did. Consistency does not apply, unfortunately.
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Ss soon as people have bricked their phone using the SD card method, I really think it is not a usb-related problem...

All points to a bug in the recovery mode of the phone
26th May 2010, 09:59 AM   |  #89  
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Yeah but he is working on another rooting method which he says will be safer.

Oh, thank you. I thought he ment the 'nohup' option.
Maybe, lets see. I don't flash more until it is 'safe' or I need to send it back.
For so long I live with the 2.1 MoDaCo with working A2SD+.
Enough, atm...

And so long I don't try to modify the design!
26th May 2010, 11:26 AM   |  #90  
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I am afraid the message is very clear. In case it is not.............

Stop flashing until usb problem is fixed...



I have flashed mine 30+ times but have decided to stop living dangerously!

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