If it isn't truly bricked, then probably not that long...
Guys, I'm desperate. I'll try absolutely anything.
I was (am?) running CM 10.1 for a couple days just to see how it was, and it was nice. I was going to make it my daily driver until I got a call while the phone was in my pocket and suddenly, the ringing stopped. I took the phone out of my pocket and tried to unlock it. No cigar. It must have powered off. Pressed and held. Nothing. Bootloader? Nope. Try under the halogen work lamp. Nope. No charging light, no splash screen, nothing. Just a brick.
How is it possible for the phone to just brick itself like that? I remember setting the max clocking speed at 1.5ghz and the governor to "conservative" but that's really it. Plus I had rebooted a couple of times between then and now. I ddon't have many apps, let alone many that have root access. So what's up?
Please help me. I give my battery 15 maybe 24 hours before it dies and I can't boot.
Ok I just read your thread and was wondering. did you get your 150 back?
Either you and I are incredibly unlucky or the m7spr cm 10.1 is suicidal.
Just a question. in general, what setting were you using? Anything similar to mine? I had also set notification light to "long". how about you?
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