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[GUIDE][HOW TO][FiX][Back to Life][Dead] Xperia Z C600x Hard Brick

3rd January 2015, 02:49 AM |#31  
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Whats the GND?
12th January 2015, 11:30 PM |#32  
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6602 dead! Help please!
First of all, sorry for my english!
I'm going to tell what happens to me with a Xperia Z (C6602).
A friend is the owner of this cell phone, he has a problem with the display (digitizer cracked) and the touchscreen was not working properly.
He took the phone to a reparation service and they wanted to charge 400 dollars to change the screen (I'm from Uruguay) so I told him that I could change the screen for a new one.
So I did that, I disassemble the cellphone (it wasn't my first time nor the last one) I change the screen and assemble the cellphone again. And the odyssey began, the cellphone not turned on again.
The main problem that I found was that this phone had a locked bootloader and the usb debugging was turned off... as you can see in the screenshot that I took
Any idea what could I do?
Thanks in advance!
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12th January 2015, 11:44 PM |#33  
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Originally Posted by specialist01

Whats the GND?

It's ground

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A ground is a direct electrical connection to the earth, a connection to a particular point in an electrical or electronic circuit, or an indirect connection that operates as the result of capacitance between wireless equipment and the earth or a large mass of conductive material

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