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Bricked Phone?

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Hi I have just followed the guide for upgrading to ICS and followed the guide for 5 year old.. lol

everything went well until i downloaded b936 upgrade, copied over to my SD card, and then went to storage>upgrade>sd card> then said ok, The my phone went blank.

No power no lights nothing at all. start and vol up or down is not responsive. when i connect my phone to my netbook it says "driver not found"..(Windows 7)

Have i bricked my phone? Any help gratefully received. (I did backup my imei)

Cheers

Rob.

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Hi - Forgot to say, the battery was full of charge before the upgrade?

Anyt ideas at all? Looks like its a brick to me.

Many thanks

Rob

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Try removing your battery for 5 seconds the hold vol+ and power key for 15 seconds see if you can get in cwm.

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Thanks, I have tried all options of power button and vol up and down... nothing at all.

Cheers

Rob

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Well if it connects to your PC and it says driver not found you could probably get it working again. You are missing drivers on your netbook which you need to get.

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this is worrying, was about to do this.. anyone else had bricks due to official update?

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Thanks for the replies, I have now changed the phone with the retailer, so back to a stock Vodaphone G300.

I will try again...

Cheers

Rob

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