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  1. kapoorjsingh

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    i have a TMobile HTC G1 fone. Recently my dad accidently got drenched in rain and so did my fone along with him........ immidiately i removed battery and simcard and blow dried it......... wen i turned it on after initial boot screen of tmobile it shows a caution mark with a fone below and when i tried to recover files it it says couldnot find recovery file....... i tried to download a couple of update.zip files from various forums but it wont accept..... now i m compleately doomed........... PLEASE HELP IN FLASHINF the operating system.........:(
     

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  2. Swizz

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    doooomed.

    Once you get the triangle with the !, did you push alt+l? You should just need a wipe, with no need to flash anything.
     
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  3. kapoorjsingh

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    thnx for reply!
    yes i did! tried every option available but no use!!!! i guess only thing left is formatting and flashing! can u help me in this????
     
  4. Swizz

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    Interesting.

    While the phone is powered off, press and hold the camera button then turn the phone on. Are you taken to a mostly white screen? If so, follow step one of this tutorial, and only step one.

    Edit: Do you have a T-Mobile US G1?
     
  5. kapoorjsingh

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    thanks dude for the concern shown by u! i really appriciate it!

    no coming to main thing.......... yes i have a US T-Mobile HTC G1 fone...... but i am at present using it in India................
    second thing even after pressing camera key then turning power on........ response is same..........

    i have clicked some pictures and i m posting them in sequence........

    1. screen when power is turned on.( no matter what procedure u follow)
    2. The ultimate caution screen it then directs
    3. screen that appears After pressing Alt+L
    4.if i try to apply update.zip file Alt+S
    5. Screen saying it cant do it


    PLEASE HELP!!!
     

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  6. Swizz

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    Forgive me, but did you press and *hold* the camera button, while powering it on?
     
  7. kapoorjsingh

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    yes i did! i first pressed Camera Button held it down then turned on the power on while keepind the camera button all the time.......... but then again the caution triangle screen appears..........:(
    isn't there any way to totally format and flash it like we do with computers in case operating system curropts
     
  8. Swizz

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    Well, holding the camera button while powering the phone on takes you to where you can to a reflash of the OS. If that isn't working, you may be out of luck.
     
  9. kapoorjsingh

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    so does that mean nothing can be done?????
     
  10. Swizz

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    You seem to have an odd situation. The fact that you are able to get into Recovery should mean that you can boot into the SPL. However, since you cannot, you may have a fried phone.
     
  11. kapoorjsingh

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    hmmmmmmmmm........... thats sad!
     
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