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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by JohnnyBravo1000, Aug 30, 2011.

  1. JohnnyBravo1000

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    Purely out of curiosity, what causes this problem?

    As some will be aware, I suffered this problem while attempting to unroot (it kept failing on the radio) so I could send my phone off to repair the rebooting problem I also suffered with.

    I'm tempted to re-root but I am reluctant to do so until I'm sure the reboot problem is fixed. However, if/when I needed to unroot and flash a stock ROM, I wouldn't want to encounter this radio brick problem again.

    Is it pot luck? Or is there something one can do to avoid it?
     

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    Other than being careful (not breaking USB connection, losing power) the only other real casue is a corrupt radio stack either from a radio flash before or more likely the one your flashing at the time, including via RUU.
     
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