Question Help with Unbricking OnePlus 10 Pro (NE2213)

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Just looks dodgy

Hope I'm wrong, do you need to pay for it?
 

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What is this? You've posted this several times with hmmm. What are you saying?

I understand that cracking the MSM tool requires firehose knowledge.

Can you elaborate on hmmm?

From what Ive read. The device still requires shorting.
yes, a short circuit is required, so say goodbye to waterproofing.. even though I found this topic, I couldn't understand how it works. "hmmm" so.. I know many devices will come back to life if someone knowledgeable guides them. sorry . . .
 
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dladz

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yes, a short circuit is required, so say goodbye to waterproofing.. even though I found this topic, I couldn't understand how it works. "hmmm" so.. I know many devices will come back to life if someone knowledgeable guides them. sorry . . .

Nothing wrong with wanting to help but being cryptic about something that users want fixed is not going to help the situation.

Just say what you mean and clear up the confusion.

I really cannot see a soul popping their device for any method.

Still a good find for sure but it's a non starter IMHO
 
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    What is this? You've posted this several times with hmmm. What are you saying?

    I understand that cracking the MSM tool requires firehose knowledge.

    Can you elaborate on hmmm?

    From what Ive read. The device still requires shorting.
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    What is this? You've posted this several times with hmmm. What are you saying?

    I understand that cracking the MSM tool requires firehose knowledge.

    Can you elaborate on hmmm?

    From what Ive read. The device still requires shorting.
    yes, a short circuit is required, so say goodbye to waterproofing.. even though I found this topic, I couldn't understand how it works. "hmmm" so.. I know many devices will come back to life if someone knowledgeable guides them. sorry . . .
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    yes, a short circuit is required, so say goodbye to waterproofing.. even though I found this topic, I couldn't understand how it works. "hmmm" so.. I know many devices will come back to life if someone knowledgeable guides them. sorry . . .

    Nothing wrong with wanting to help but being cryptic about something that users want fixed is not going to help the situation.

    Just say what you mean and clear up the confusion.

    I really cannot see a soul popping their device for any method.

    Still a good find for sure but it's a non starter IMHO
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    So this is the suggestion that I have for anyone who has the 10 pro. Don't take the chance and try to do anything with rooting or installing a custom rom. It seems I have fallen into the same trap as the OP. While attempting to root my phone the same thing has happened and my phone is bricked. I have attempted everything to fix it but it doesn't work. Since there is no msm tool for the 10 pro there is no solution. Luckily I have oneplus care insurance and now I'm waiting to ship my phone out tomorrow morning. It is such a waste of time and money though. I had to go out and spend an additional $250 so that I wod have a temporary phone to use. Save yourselves the trouble and if you want to have a phone for rooting etc... Get one that at least has an msm tool to fix it when something goes wrong. I'm very disappointed that all these years of using oneplus phones, there was always an msm tool to start from scratch. Never once did I have a bricked phone. Now I have the latest and greatest phone and I cannot do anything to fix it.
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    Jesus I keep seeing MSM and thinking it's the tool.
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    Make sure you have run install.bat and type yes, must require if you have a old version of this tool, if qsahara server doesn't send a response tool wait for result, everything is ok as per screenshot I am 100% sure included programmer is not booted on this device or you have not run install.bat (close program run install.bat type yes) try this programmer by @

    Ph0nysk1nk under qcom firmware flasher main​

    Just tried. I get those messages in both tabs. Qualcomm and Other's with oneplus chossen.
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    Jesus I keep seeing MSM and thinking it's the tool.
    I've edited the thread title, and that shouldn't happen anymore. :)

    cc: @Khalid Ghouri

    Regards,
    shadowstep
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    What is this? You've posted this several times with hmmm. What are you saying?

    I understand that cracking the MSM tool requires firehose knowledge.

    Can you elaborate on hmmm?

    From what Ive read. The device still requires shorting.
  • 4
    So this is the suggestion that I have for anyone who has the 10 pro. Don't take the chance and try to do anything with rooting or installing a custom rom. It seems I have fallen into the same trap as the OP. While attempting to root my phone the same thing has happened and my phone is bricked. I have attempted everything to fix it but it doesn't work. Since there is no msm tool for the 10 pro there is no solution. Luckily I have oneplus care insurance and now I'm waiting to ship my phone out tomorrow morning. It is such a waste of time and money though. I had to go out and spend an additional $250 so that I wod have a temporary phone to use. Save yourselves the trouble and if you want to have a phone for rooting etc... Get one that at least has an msm tool to fix it when something goes wrong. I'm very disappointed that all these years of using oneplus phones, there was always an msm tool to start from scratch. Never once did I have a bricked phone. Now I have the latest and greatest phone and I cannot do anything to fix it.
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    Well I want to help so I copied and paste Theo from the oneplus 10 pro group on telegram what i posted here i hope this tutorial might help you

    I didn't make this tutorial so if this works join the group and thank @docnok63 i don't know if this is also his XDA name 😂 if so then you can thank him on XDA

    With an unlocked bootloader, Fastboot Enhance allows you to flash stock OOS without relocking the bootloader like MSM. It can also be used to downgrade your OS without losing data. To use it, download it from Github and:

    1) Put the phone in fastboot mode and connect to PC
    2) Launch the Fastboot Enhance app and double-click your connected device
    3) Click the “Reboot to Fastbootd” button
    4) Once in fastbootd, click the Flash Payload.bin button. If you get a warning about cow files, ignore and hit the Yes button
    5) Select the FULL OTA.zip of your choice (incremental patches not allowed.)
    6) The app will extract the payload.bin from the full zip and begin flashing automatically. Do NOT touch your device or close the app during this time or you risk bricking your device
    7) Once done flashing, you will get a “Operation completed” dialogue box. Hit Okay and then hit the “Reboot to System” button. Profit.
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    Jesus I keep seeing MSM and thinking it's the tool.
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    Make sure you have run install.bat and type yes, must require if you have a old version of this tool, if qsahara server doesn't send a response tool wait for result, everything is ok as per screenshot I am 100% sure included programmer is not booted on this device or you have not run install.bat (close program run install.bat type yes) try this programmer by @

    Ph0nysk1nk under qcom firmware flasher main​

    Just tried. I get those messages in both tabs. Qualcomm and Other's with oneplus chossen.
    2
    Jesus I keep seeing MSM and thinking it's the tool.
    I've edited the thread title, and that shouldn't happen anymore. :)

    cc: @Khalid Ghouri

    Regards,
    shadowstep
    Forum moderator