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[Q] Device Brick!!! HELP!

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By Chubby_Skunk, Senior Member on 2nd April 2014, 06:35 AM
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I think I bricked my phone.... :'(

I was running Android Rev 61.1 and then my screen started to flash and then it would reboot. It kept doing it and so then I decided to try to wipe my phone and install Android Rev 6.1 GE and then it would get to the "pick a language screen" and then after 2 or so seconds it would shut the screen down and if I press the lock button then it would reboot.

I went to format my storage and then (like a complete IDIOT) I formatted the whole thing causing me to lose all my ROMs on the internal storage.

Now I can't put any ROMs on it cause the only place that I can access without it rebooting is the TWRP recovery.

I'm soooo stupid....

idk the ROM was really messed up..

Any way to load a ROM onto my phone (like CM) while I'm in recovery?

I am trying the Android Revolution method.

I have the mini-sdk downloaded and put on my c:\ drive. I download the HTC Sync Manager to get the drivers and after that I run the cmd.exe in the mini-sdk folder. When I type in adb shell it puts out the line ~ # ←[6n

What do I do then?
2nd April 2014, 08:22 AM |#2  
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2nd April 2014, 09:25 AM |#3  
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Adb push or adb sideload is your friend. Plenty of guides on such things

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2nd April 2014, 11:32 AM |#4  
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Originally Posted by nateboi81

Adb push or adb sideload is your friend. Plenty of guides on such things

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Happened to me two weeks ago, and like you I panicked best thing to do is go into TWRP, and in advanced settings turn ADB sideload. Now open the latest fastboot in cmd (you need the newest, else it wont work). and type "adb push /sdcard/" (without the " ofcourse) is the rom name and should be in the fastboot folder.

adb will sideload a filename called to the root of your phone.. You can install this like any regular rom
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2nd April 2014, 11:55 AM |#5  
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Yes this is what you have to do
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