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By blackout203, Senior Member on 7th July 2007, 10:44 PM
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I believe that most people that have the "ERROR: ITWriteDisk" error and afterward, did nothing, is the problem. After the "ERROR: ITWriteDisk" error comes up, one must "HARD Reset" which are the two Soft buttons "-" and then stick stylus in the little hole next to the microSD slot.

Can anyone with a bricked device try this please? I think many did not know what a "HARD Reset" is and thus, believe there device is bricked! Please try this method and tell me if it has solved the "bricked" issue. Thanks.
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I believe that most people that have the "ERROR: ITWriteDisk" error and afterward, did nothing, is the problem. After the "ERROR: ITWriteDisk" error comes up, one must "HARD Reset" which are the two Soft buttons "-" and then stick stylus in the little hole next to the microSD slot.

Can anyone with a bricked device try this please? I think many did not know what a "HARD Reset" is and thus, believe there device is bricked! Please try this method and tell me if it has solved the "bricked" issue. Thanks.

To be honest, the first thing you do if your device does not boot OS you perform a hard-reset!! And if you don't know what or how you hard reset, you should not get involved in flashing. but maybe it'll work for someone
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