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Old March 28th, 2012, 03:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Need help! Possible brick..?

I accidentally flashed a wrong boot animation & splash.img on my phone and now it won't even turn on anymore; it just vibrates forever. Is there anyway I can fix it, possibly through bootloader? It still charges and I can still get into the bootloader mode but i can't get to recovery at all. Helppp please
I know for intercept, there's that SWUpgrade thing that uses bootloader to flash a rom.
Is there any programs like that for the triumph?

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It fixed it!!!!!! Thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!! Man i was freaking out lol thank you marc & austrie!!!!
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It fixed it!!!!!! Thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!! Man i was freaking out lol thank you marc & austrie!!!!
No problem . One good thing about the MT is it is virtually unbrickable as long as you can at least get into the bootloader
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That's pretty neat! So it's impossible to brick at all?
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That's pretty neat! So it's impossible to brick at all?
Well not quite... There are ways to possibly brick it (although I'm not willing to take the risk), through qpst or flashing .nb0 files although I haven't heard about anyone fully bricking it to a totally unrecoverable state yet and there have been a few close calls so it usually works out. So if you are just flashing .zips and such it's pretty much unbrickable. It's just when you get messing with more software stuff that the general user wouldn't even do there are higher chances of a full brick.
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Ohh alright than. Good thing I don't get that far into programming haha Thanks for the heads up buddy
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I accidentally flashed a wrong boot animation & splash.img
The 750k splash.img can be copied over with a custom one.

How did you change the boot animation? (the multi-megabyte img file--I forgot the name--contains boot files, not just the boot animation imagery).
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