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Old September 18th, 2011, 10:29 AM   #2 (permalink)
BootyLoad
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Question 1 answered:
Good news is that 8 hours later the phone's OLED screen is still burning brightly, so apparently it is getting power through the USB cable, nevermind the lack of a charging indicator light.

Bad news is that I'm still in the Fastboot screen.

4. Is there any way that I can get the computer to recognize an already Fastbooting phone, that is apparently unresponsive and thus unrecognizable?

Or do I have to just deal with the phone by itself, which gets us back to Question 3 above?

And returning to Question 2, is there any harm in pulling the battery, or am I at the point where that is a sure-fire bricking?

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