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help me please

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i killed my t-mobile mda with wrong flash it hanged on 35% and now my charmer wont boot any help pls i writed in many forums but no help i houpe that i can find anybody who can help me in this forum thx

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Can you give any more info on what went wrong? Do you mean you tried to flash a rom intended for another device?

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Can you give any more info on what went wrong? Do you mean you tried to flash a rom intended for another device?

yes and now i can get the phone boot??

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olso i have a second device Magician MDA model PM10A can i upgrade to Windows Mobile 5.0 thx??

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olso i have a second device Magician MDA model PM10A can i upgrade to Windows Mobile 5.0 thx??

I'm not sure how to fix the first one but don't load WM5 onto the magician! you'll kill it too.

You should only flash a device with a ROM designed for that device otherwise the relevant drivers etc won't be there and it won't function correctly.

I think from the boot screen you can either load a ROM from the SD card or you might be able to get the Charmer upgrade to work, I'd wait for someone to confirm this tho.

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have you got warranty?

goto store and get them to fix it or most likely send it off.

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Get the right rom for the device, then put it into bootloader mode (google for your device and bootloader to find the button combination) - then load the new rom from your pc.

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Get the right rom for the device, then put it into bootloader mode (google for your device and bootloader to find the button combination) - then load the new rom from your pc.

i know a boot loader reset function but i cant get there that is the problrm??

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i know a boot loader reset function but i cant get there that is the problrm??

I guess you've damaged the bootloader by flashing the wrong rom then. I would make sure you have insurance and then try and then try to get it replaced.

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