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Root HTC Desire HBOOT problem

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by gokulkumar, Nov 25, 2012.

  1. gokulkumar

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    Hello,

    My HTC Desire got wet in the rain and wouldn't comeup but for the white screen with 4 options. The volume up/down did not work.

    As suggested in other forums, I created gold card and copied the 2.3 ROM image, renamed to PB99IMG.zip and started the phone with power + volume down.

    Now, the image file is read.. but it also says Pb99DIAG.zip, nbh file not found or wrong image. Is there a problem with that ?

    After it reads the PB99IMG.zip file, it takes a while to load and finally I see the following 9 options..

    Parsing.. [SD.ZIP]
    1. RADIO_V2
    2. SPLASH1
    3. RECOVERY
    4. SPLASH2
    5. RADIO_CUST
    6. BOOTLOADER
    7. USERDATA
    8. SYSTEM
    9. BOOT

    Thats it !! I don't see anything else. In other forums it was mentioned that I must be able to see "Do you want to reboot now ?", but I dont see any of it nor the volume buttoms work.

    The other things I see on my page are as follows..

    BRAVO PVT3 SHIP S-ON
    HBOOT-0.93.0001
    MICROP-051d
    TOUCH PANEL-SYNT0101
    RADIO-5.11.05.27

    If you encountered any similar problems, please help.

    Rgds,
    Gokul
     

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  3. Hadron

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    Hi Gokul, and welcome to AF,

    Don't worry about the PB99DIAG - that's just confirming that it didn't find one (and that's what we expect).

    If the incident was recent my advice is to remove the battery, dry the phone as thoroughly as you can (couple of days in a bag of uncooked rice) and hope. This isn't a software problem, so the RUU isn't going to fix it (Bob has other reasons for trying, don't know whether they apply to you too).

    Good luck!
     
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