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gulenay

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Hi guys!!!


I have a huge problem now. I overclocked my vox to 280 mhz, and after that the phone restarted
and as you know showing the htc logo and after that nothing but htc logo starting flimmering after
a time, so thats my problem.

i have tried to do a hard reset but it doesnt work.

Just open, htc logo showing and then stop

Plz help me out guys, im open for any suggestions!!



Have a nice day

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Take the battery out for at least an hour and then do the hard reset again.

See if it comes back alive. If not, it could be a faulty ROM or burnt out CPU (unlikely but you never know)

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Hi guys!!!


I have a huge problem now. I overclocked my vox to 280 mhz, and after that the phone restarted
and as you know showing the htc logo and after that nothing but htc logo starting flimmering after
a time, so thats my problem.

i have tried to do a hard reset but it doesnt work.

Just open, htc logo showing and then stop

Plz help me out guys, im open for any suggestions!!



Have a nice day


Just a tip for the future, if you manage to solve the problem. Dont clock your Vox up to over 256. after this it start getting sketchy with screen flimmering and such.

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