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[HELP]Xperia J BRICK

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14th September 2013, 01:40 PM   |  #1  
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I installed AVD Rom on my Rooted Xperia J with Locked Bootloader running on Stock ICS 11.0.A.7.5, after following all the instructions like Wiping The System Cache, the Dalvik Cache and the formatting /system. I was already at the instruction where I had to install the ROM itself It said it had a problem on the SDCard and I realized that the zip file of the rom was supposed to be placed in the ext_card, which i removed earlier before installing the ROM.

As a result I removed the battery Even with CWM On and after inserting the ext_card with the ROM I booted up and it stayed stuck in the SONY Logo and I was unable to enter CWM

I tried Reflashing the Stock ICS with Xperia Flasher but the phone won't even enter flashmode even if I am holding the Vol- button while connecting to PC all it says is Device Connected with USB debugging mode off. I tried to repair it with Sony PC Companion but it is also not detected by PC companion.
Please help guys I would really appreciate it. Thanks
14th September 2013, 01:44 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by fonetalker101

I installed AVD Rom on my Rooted Xperia J with Locked Bootloader running on Stock ICS 11.0.A.7.5, after following all the instructions like Wiping The System Cache, the Dalvik Cache and the formatting /system. I was already at the instruction where I had to install the ROM itself It said it had a problem on the SDCard and I realized that the zip file of the rom was supposed to be placed in the ext_card, which i removed earlier before installing the ROM.

As a result I removed the battery Even with CWM On and after inserting the ext_card with the ROM I booted up and it stayed stuck in the SONY Logo and I was unable to enter CWM

I tried Reflashing the Stock ICS with Xperia Flasher but the phone won't even enter flashmode even if I am holding the Vol- button while connecting to PC all it says is Device Connected with USB debugging mode off. I tried to repair it with Sony PC Companion but it is also not detected by PC companion.
Please help guys I would really appreciate it. Thanks

There should be no reason for the phone not to go into flashmode is your battery charged?
14th September 2013, 01:46 PM   |  #3  
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Yes Sir, It boots up when I press a button and stays stuck at the SONY LogoI doesn't even enter recovery mode
14th September 2013, 01:58 PM   |  #4  
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Sir please help, All i can do now is rely on your instructions
14th September 2013, 09:02 PM   |  #5  
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Use pc companion and repair your phone

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14th September 2013, 09:30 PM   |  #6  
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does fastboot mode work?

Download Sony Update Service and follow it's instruction to fix your phone.
For me it worked.
16th September 2013, 01:02 PM   |  #7  
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Charge your XJ's battery using an external battery charger! That happened to me also! I charged my battery and tried and flashmode as well as fastboot started to work

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I installed AVD Rom on my Rooted Xperia J with Locked Bootloader running on Stock ICS 11.0.A.7.5, after following all the instructions like Wiping The System Cache, the Dalvik Cache and the formatting /system. I was already at the instruction where I had to install the ROM itself It said it had a problem on the SDCard and I realized that the zip file of the rom was supposed to be placed in the ext_card, which i removed earlier before installing the ROM.

As a result I removed the battery Even with CWM On and after inserting the ext_card with the ROM I booted up and it stayed stuck in the SONY Logo and I was unable to enter CWM

I tried Reflashing the Stock ICS with Xperia Flasher but the phone won't even enter flashmode even if I am holding the Vol- button while connecting to PC all it says is Device Connected with USB debugging mode off. I tried to repair it with Sony PC Companion but it is also not detected by PC companion.
Please help guys I would really appreciate it. Thanks

Hai My Dear Friend....

Let try this following...
first what u need is usb cable
second sony pc companian

ok...first u need to run pc companion
2. click start and then start againt from software update
3. click repair my phone/tablet and then click continue
TAKE NOTED YOUR PERSONAL DATA WILL LOST AFTER OPERATION.
4. CLICK CLICK THE BOX THAT U AGREE AND UNDERSTAND AND CLICK CONTINUE
THEN PREPARE NOW LOADING ON SCREEN AFTER DONE PLEASE SELECT YOUR PHONE MODEL AND CLICK NEXT
5. PRESS BUTTON VOLUME DOWN AND CONNECT PHONE TO USB AND WAIT UNTIL UPDATE COMPLETE.
MAYBE 30MINIT OR 1HOUR PROSES REPAIR AND UPDATE YOUR PHONE....
6. AFTER UPDATE COMPLETE PLEASE TAKE OUT YOUR BATTERY FIRST AND THEN PULL BACK AND ON YOUR PHONE
AFTER ON PHONE WILL LOADING UPGRADE YOUR PHONE PLEASE BE PATIENT....AFTER ALL DONE YOU WILL SMILE AND PHONE JUST COME BACK TO U.... YA

SORRY MY ENGLISH NOT GOOD
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Hai My Dear Friend....

Let try this following...
first what u need is usb cable
second sony pc companian

ok...first u need to run pc companion
2. click start and then start againt from software update
3. click repair my phone/tablet and then click continue
TAKE NOTED YOUR PERSONAL DATA WILL LOST AFTER OPERATION.
4. CLICK CLICK THE BOX THAT U AGREE AND UNDERSTAND AND CLICK CONTINUE
THEN PREPARE NOW LOADING ON SCREEN AFTER DONE PLEASE SELECT YOUR PHONE MODEL AND CLICK NEXT
5. PRESS BUTTON VOLUME DOWN AND CONNECT PHONE TO USB AND WAIT UNTIL UPDATE COMPLETE.
MAYBE 30MINIT OR 1HOUR PROSES REPAIR AND UPDATE YOUR PHONE....
6. AFTER UPDATE COMPLETE PLEASE TAKE OUT YOUR BATTERY FIRST AND THEN PULL BACK AND ON YOUR PHONE
AFTER ON PHONE WILL LOADING UPGRADE YOUR PHONE PLEASE BE PATIENT....AFTER ALL DONE YOU WILL SMILE AND PHONE JUST COME BACK TO U.... YA

SORRY MY ENGLISH NOT GOOD

Awesome that you help him, but the post is from September . But it's still awesome that there are people out there who post complete guides like yours, and not just say: "use SUS, use Flashtool use PC Companion".

Merry Christmas

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25th December 2013, 01:39 PM   |  #10  
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Man this was a thread I created when I was a nublet here in forums and cannot understand anything lol

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