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    First of all, i hope I'm not the only one in this forum!

    I just found my old cellphone and want to get most of it, and good to mention now, there is almost noway to use any application because this is an old Android rooted version. I even not able to use my google account to get google play!

    I know what download and recovery mode are, but it's shame to say i don't know how to get there in this phone! Believe or not there is no file manager here! Now I'm thinking how did i pass days with this phone!?

    I did a reset factory and hoped to see some improvements, but nothing got better!

    So if anyone here and read my post please help me to get a fresh start

    Android Version: 2.3.3
    HTC Sense Version: 2.1
    Baseband Version: 12.56.60.25U_26.10.04.03_M
    Kernel Version: 2.6.35.1-gd2564fb
     

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    @Jfalls63 | Since I found you active and wise person, may i ask you do you know anyone here to help me out?
     
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    There area few people I regularly spot helping out with newer HTC devices. What model do you have?
    OK, alert popped up and I just found the thread, HTC Inspire. I'll do some digging and see what I can find.
     
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    Thank you... I really appreciate
     
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    I'm gonna start to try it right now

    But i have a confession to make: I wish i could find something really fast like what you found, thank you...
     
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    Well, in short explanation: "The Black Screen of Death "

    I just download TrickDroid_v4.0.0 and put it in phone. After I flashed the the device, it never boots and I faced to the black screen of death for long time then phone repeated over and over rebooting.

    Tried to flash again, wipe everything but the problem was still stand. Unfortunately i couldn't find anyway to transfer any other ROM to phone likes cm-7-20130301-NIGHTLY-ace which i have downloaded and flash into it again.

    I used windows and Linux as a host to connect to the phone via cable, but there was no chance to do so.

    Basically i think i broke my phone.

    Something wired i found and might be useful for troubleshooting which is only /cache was mounted under "mounts and storage" neither /data nor /system not even /sdcard were mounted.

    I hardly believe I'd able to use my computer to get into the phone, so is fair so say now: Goodbye my phone forever or you may have an idea to save this patient?
     

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