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By amidabuddha, Senior Member on 1st October 2011, 02:38 AM
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7th July 2012, 07:07 PM |#231  
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Here is tread with ROM for breaker Desire S: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1756287

Sent from my fried HTC Desire S using xda app-developers app
 
 
20th February 2013, 10:50 PM |#232  
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Originally Posted by Lolic

Well, I`am a pro noob, I`m on S-ON, and hboot 0.85, and I don't think I didn't check the usb debugging on the phone and I think I`m fried so to speak ... So what can I do? And from the adb I get:
D:\platform-tools>adb shell
adb server is out of date. killing...
ADB server didn't ACK
* failed to start daemon *
error:

Try updating your Android SDK / tools

EDIT: Shame on me // thought it was another thread in HTC One S developement. Sorry
23rd February 2013, 03:03 PM |#233  
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30th May 2013, 03:55 AM |#234  
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help with xolo q700
can anyone help me to restore my ph its not booting stuck at xolo bootimage.
When i boot it into cwm recovery got errors E : can't mount /cache/recovery/log
: can't open /cache/recovery/log
: can't mount /cache/recovery/last_log
: can't open /cache/recovery/last_log
When trying to wipe data and factory reset got errors
: format_volume: make_extf4fs failed on /emmc@cache
5th June 2014, 08:48 PM |#235  
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Cant use adb command .
No access to recovery .
Emmc- boot ??
Stuck on boot loop
5th June 2014, 08:51 PM |#236  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by knockratos

Cant use adb command .
No access to recovery .
Emmc- boot ??
Stuck on boot loop

You need to work on your haiku.

But yeah, not sure what you're trying to say.
5th June 2014, 08:57 PM |#237  
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Originally Posted by mdamaged

You need to work on your haiku.

But yeah, not sure what you're trying to say.

Please read my post

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2763653
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5th January 2017, 08:40 PM |#238  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by amidabuddha

Code:
E:Can't open /cache/recovery/log
E:Can't open /cache/recovery/log
E:Can't open /cache/recovery/last_log
E:Can't open /cache/recovery/last_log
When you see this message in your recovery do not panic.

Setup adb/fastboot on your computer (there is a simple guide in my signature). Then connect your device to the PC, enter recovery, open cmd (command prompt) on the PC and type:
Code:
adb shell
dmesg | grep mmc0
If the output contains the following strings:
Code:
mmc0: failed to get card ready
mmc0: reinit card
mmc0: Starting deferred resume
mmc0: Deferred resume failed
Than you internal memory (eMMC) is corrupted i.e. your chip is "fried". This is a hardware issue (reference here) and the chip has to be replaced. Sorry, no other solutions available.

If not - your chip is not fried!

This message results from a destroyed /cache partition - some relevant info here
Some basic thing has to be done to solve this problem easily:
  • NEVER PULL THE BATTERY! Better have the patience to wait it to be completely drained
  • always keep a Backup of your current ROM and/or the Stock ROM, made from Recovery on your SDcard
  • enable USB Debugging in your Settings -> Applications -> Development and keep it that way
  • disable Fastboot in Settings -> Power to have total shutdown on power off
  • after unlocking (S-OFF) your device with Revolutionary flash an Engineering bootloader (e.g. 0.98.2000) to be able to overwrite it when needed
  • use 4EXT Recovery rather than ClockworkMod it has much better functionality
To restore one of the following has to be done:
  1. restore the Nandroid backup if you have done it

    or

  2. restore the cache partition - wipe /cache from the Recovery (preferred - thanks forcefreak). If the size of the partition says <null> (when Printing partition info in 4EXT Recovery) connect your device to a PC, go into adb shell (look the link in my signature for adb setup) and type
    Code:
    mke2fs /dev/block/mmcblk0p27
    do not pay attention to the busy partition message, then
    Code:
    reboot recovery
    Note that this option will format your cache as ext2 or ext3 type. If you are using ext4 just use the 4EXT Recovery to reformat them as ext4

    or
  3. According to craigcharlie's post
    selecting the Factory reset option in the HBOOT is also a way to boot to Recovery and then flash a custom ROM or restore a backup

    or

  4. if steps 1/ 2/ 3 are not working flash the relevant RUU (the same or higher version than your current and correct region/brand - you can find the available for Desire S here) when your phone is in FASTBOOT USB mode in bootloader (you may need to reinstall the HTC drivers) [credits go to dave303 and the guide in his blog.]

    4.1 If you have a 6.98.1000 hboot
    Change your hboot with this one
    Download PG88IMG.zip, extract it and use Android Flasher to flash the extracted hboot.img
    The hboot version now should be 0.98.2000

    Search in this thread for the proper RUU and install it.

    4.2 If you have a 6.98.1002 hboot
    Change your hboot with this one
    Download the hboot_0.98.0000.zip and extract it, boot your phone to Recovery, connect to PC, copy the hboot.img file to your SDcard, open command prompt and type:
    Code:
    adb devices (your device serial number should be displayed)
    adb shell (there should be a command prompt with the # symbol in front if not type "su" without the quotes)
    dd if=/sdcard/hboot.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p18
    if not working try to unmount/mount the SDcard:
    Code:
    adb devices (your device serial number should be displayed)
    adb shell (there should be a command prompt with the # symbol in front if not type "su" without the quotes)
    umount /sdcard (not a typo the command is umount, not uNmount)
    mount /sdcard
    dd if=/sdcard/hboot.img of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p18
    Search in this thread for the proper RUU and install it.

    NOTE: If you have a custom ROM and no info about your original software version the solution is as follows:
    Connect the device, enter the bootloader and type the following command in the cmd:
    Code:
    fastboot getvar version-main
    This is the number of your original software.

    If this number is higher than the one of your RUU and you cannot flash it, change the number with the version of your RUU (be careful - use the correct RUU for your brand/region!) with misc_version that can be found here - post #1, link from step 1.
If you have problems with some of the above post in the Desire S General forum or in this thread to receive support. Some cases can be individual but there is always a chance to fix before going for a replacement

I m getting this error
Failed to mount/cache(invalid argument)
And some more errors and then at last give up!
I almost tried everything..even flashing from flash tool..but it dint worked..so shud i opt for replacement of emmc? Or not?
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