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DEAD SPV

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hello to everyone

here's what happened im in canary mode and was waiting for it to finish

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1. <--- this is where i was

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8. erase IPSM

but then the power was disconnected by my brother, and now i can can't boot my phone.. i think the bootloader was lost..

any ideas on this?

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Will it power up at all?

The bootloader should not have been lost but it is possible for the rom to become corrupted. Go back into the bootloader and erase the IPSM again.

Otherwise run the latest update for your phone.

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it won't power up again..the led doesn't light up like it used to..

im really screwed..big time..

i opened up HANDYSPV to check if it has a connection..and it has but couldn't find the loader and it hangs up..

i guess i have to bring to a service center..but maybe their is still a way to revive it..

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How exactly did your brother "cut" the power? It is possible that the pins were damaged if the cable was suddenly yanked. I had that happen to my old SPV E100.

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How exactly did your brother "cut" the power? It is possible that the pins were damaged if the cable was suddenly yanked. I had that happen to my old SPV E100.

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it was just like unplugging a cord..just like that and boom my SPV is DEAD..well im hoping it will be fixed by monday..had to send it to brightpoint..

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hello to everyone

here's what happened im in canary mode and was waiting for it to finish

0.

1. <--- this is where i was

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8. erase IPSM

but then the power was disconnected by my brother, and now i can can't boot my phone.. i think the bootloader was lost..

any ideas on this?

<{POST_SNAPBACK}>

Same thing happen to my SPV as well after selectin option 1. and taking bettery out while messages was on screen , now pass or failure message recived and when again try to put bettery and power on fone is not powering on any more nor going in boot menu as well

Thnxxx for Help in Advance

Take Care

ENJOY

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Still There is No Solution for This Problem ???

Where are the Experts ???

Waiting for Reply

Take Care

Enjoy

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