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Another Hyunix G300 Dead

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Well after almost of 2 years of service, countless flashing and torture my G300 died.

I turned it off for one hour and could not turn it back on, tryed everyrhing but zero success.

I have a month or so warranty on it so i will try to get it repaired or get a new one, hopefully with samsung memory this time.

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Sad to hear that, when mine died i just put it in fridge,turnd on (god knows how ) and never turned off again.Hope u get Samsung Card from the service, and if u get to pick any other android, no mater specs go to HTC dude, and dont turn back !!!! :)  I wish you luck ! ;)

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Pink Floyd - Another Brick In The Wall (HQ):

:-(

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I got my G300 from repair, new motherboard free of charge :)

I will check in the next few days is it Samsung or bloody Hyunix again.

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And its Samsung this time yaaay \o/

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hey just one thing, what rom you used when it died ?

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So no 3.4 kernel in the ROM?
What about the recovery? Were you using a CWM with a 3.4 kernel?

The whole Hynix thing was never really fully understood. 

It looks like the 3.4 kernel could somehow accelerate the bricking of Hynix based G300s.

But it may also be that they were prone to failing anyway - even in the absence of 3.4 kernel firmware...?

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CWM was 5.x.x.x something so no 3.4 kernel.

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