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flynny

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If any of you are XDA members I apologise ive also posted this there but im in desperation now..

Hi guys, had a perfectly working legend running CM7, been helping a mate root his phone so I downloaded a rom onto my phone (we had no sd card readers), swapped out my sd card into his and all was well.

Placed the card back in my legend and now:

Cant see the sdcard/phone on my computer when attached through USB.
The phone cant see ANY SDcard I place inside it (tried 2).
Phone cant seem to USB charge either on or off (although on my home computer i seem to be able to keep a charge cycle going.. must be a driver thing).
When I connect to the computer when its on, the charge icon appears and a minute later disappears no longer seems to register charging whilst on. But whilst off the phone displays the usual red led light for a minute, then starts flashing red and green led, wtf is going on?

Running adb I can get it to register with adb devices.
running fastboot mode on the phone, i can get cmd shell, fastboot devices to also register a device, so both adb and fastboot are working via usb.

Running the R4-Legend recovery bat starts the process, then stops i cant see the error...this goes for step 1 step 2 and recovery.bat i believe its immediately after pushing a file across it complains that /sdcard cannot be found.

this is further proved in a terminal editor on the phone: running cd /sdcard, cannot be found..

Cant get to cwm since i cant run the recovery program (above) i can get to the red triangle with exclamation mark screen (recovery)..

Ive been trying to follow the usb unbrick but im stumped how i get the files into /data without use of a sd drive... downloading in google mail (app and web app) results in a fail because there is no sdcard present..great. It would seem that even though you can turn a android device on without a sd-card, all apps seem to depend on a sd card being present.

Used fastboot oem enableqxdm 0 in windows cmd shell (multiple times ive tried so theres no sp) it says it works, then fastboot reboot but alas Still no sd card present when the device loads..


C:\android_sdk\android_windows\tools>fastboot devices
HT03KNX0XXXXX fastboot

C:\android_sdk\android_windows\tools>fastboot oem enableqxdm 0
... OKAY [ 0.018s]
finished. total time: 0.018s

C:\android_sdk\android_windows\tools>fastboot oem boot
... INFOsetup_tag addr=0x60000100 cmdline add=0x9D
078D14
INFOTAG:Ramdisk OK
INFOTAG:smi ok, size = 0
INFOTAG:hwid 0x0
INFOTAG:skuid 0x22F00
INFOTAG:hero panel = 0x0
INFOTAG:engineerid = 0x0
INFOMCP dual-die
INFOMCP dual-die
INFOTAG:mono-die = 0x0
INFODevice CID is not super CID
INFOCID is HTC__001
INFOsetting->cid::HTC__001
INFOserial number: HT03KNX01884
INFOcommandline from head: no_console_suspend=1 console=null
INFOcommand line length =439
INFOactive commandline: board_legend.disable_uart3=0 board_legen
INFOd.usb_h2w_sw=0 board_legend.disable_sdcard=0 diag.enabled=0
INFOboard_legend.debug_uart=0 smisize=0 userdata_sel=0 androidbo
INFOot.emmc=false androidboot.baseband=7.05.35.26L androidboot.
INFOcid=HTC__001 androidboot.carrier=HTC-WWE androidboot.mid=PB7
INFO610000 androidboot.keycaps=qwerty androidboot.mode=normal an
INFOdroidboot.serialno=HT03KNX01884 androidboot.bootloader=0.43.
INFO0001 no_console_suspend=1 console=null
INFOaARM_Partion[0].name=misc
INFOaARM_Partion[1].name=recovery
INFOaARM_Partion[2].name=boot
INFOaARM_Partion[3].name=system
INFOaARM_Partion[4].name=cache
INFOaARM_Partion[5].name=userdata
INFOpartition number=6
INFOValid partition num=6
INFOmpu_nand_acpu_rw 8F2 1000
FAILED (status read failed (Too many links))
finished. total time: 0.911s

C:\android_sdk\android_windows\tools>



Heres a fastboot oem boot log:



WTF have I done? Have i physically broken it when i put the sd card back in?
Im not sure if this is usb bricked as I should be able to see the sd card on the phone right?

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