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    Welcome!
    My D855 has broken. I think that the motherboard ended it's life, because:
    - i can turn on my phone but the screen becomes dark very quickly,
    -when i was reflashing rom the screen became dark. Then after one hour i pulled the battery off and the system was not installed.
    So i decided to dissambelly my phone. And one idea came to my mind. I have already repaired so many desktop graphics using my oven. So why not to bake my phone's motherboard? I think i am gonna do it but just tell me if anything can broke, explode, burn during the ovening? I saw a video on YT; guy was baking his phone on 100*C because GPU did not work properly. And since then it has started working again.
    You may say that i should buy new motherboard. I would say nope because it is not worth.
    ROM: CandySix for d855 based on AOSP 6.0.1
    Recovery: TWRP 2.8.7.0
    P.S I am not good at English so be patient. It is not my primary language. :p
     

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    Try it if you already have it apart.
    And good luck.
     
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    Thanks!
    What temperature do you suggest?
    Yep of course it's already apart.
     
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    Nothing over 200 degrees and only leave it in the oven for no longer than 10 minutes.
     
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    i will stay on 150 i think.
     
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    Ok, so i am after baking. I am waiting for the motherboard to cool down. One hour left.
    Temperature: 150*C
    Mode: Pre-heating
    Time: 10 minutes
    Nothing smelt weird and there was no smoke. Just nothing strange happened.
     
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    I would be very pleased if you helped me. Now my phone just boots into download mode. And flashtool stucs at 6%.
    Another question: Can i Flash only OS without recovery?
     
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    The phone is now working. Thank you very much. Just stucks for now in download mode but i am going to flash recovery and OS soon.
     

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