Fastboot Flash Failure: Battery Low, Cannot Program...please help!!!

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  1. Asphyxia666

    Asphyxia666 New Member

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    I have been using Th3ory Rom R3BLURR3D 2.0 until this morning. I tried to use the FXZ fastboot method to revert the phone back to stock. Everything worked as it supposed to. Later on i added forever root hack and then i tried to go back to R3BLURR3D 2.0. Thats when something happened and now i am stuck at the Fastboot recovery screen where i see the following messages:
    Flash Failure
    Battery low
    Cannot program...etc
    I have had my phone plugged into the wall since then and its been about an hour but still no difference. What can i do at this point? Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
     
  2. HI_Bio_Commando

    HI_Bio_Commando New Member

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    You need a second battery. I would actually suggest getting the battery along with the battery charger from VZ

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  3. Asphyxia666

    Asphyxia666 New Member

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    Thanks for the fast reply but do you think a new battery will resolve the issue for sure? No offense but i don't want to go spend the money and then having the same result.
     
  4. DroidTh3ory

    DroidTh3ory Member Developer

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    Just pull the battery put it back in and plug it into the wall charger, NOT the USB. It will charge ... Give it 20-30 minutes. Unplug it, plug the battery, put it in ap fastboot and plug in the USB.

    :)

    I flash and break stuff at 5% all the time. Always works.



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  5. Asphyxia666

    Asphyxia666 New Member

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    Unfortunately i don't have a wall charger :( i guess i need to go buy one...Thanks Th3ory! BTW LOVE your ROM!!!
     
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    the phone was supposed to come with a wall charger I would take it back something is wrong, perhaps you got an old unit

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  7. th3absurdhero

    th3absurdhero New Member

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    Same thing happen to me a few day ago when i bricked my phone so i went ahead and got an extended battery from verizon. It only had 20% charge but it was enough to let me fast boot, regardless you'll need a new battery with a decent charge because the system will not let you charge if your phone is bricked.
     
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    DroidTh3ory Member Developer

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    It will charge.. slowly as long as it is on a AC charger. I do it everyday.



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    Here's how to power-up your phone and charge it, took me all day to figure this out!

     
  10. THE_LORD

    THE_LORD New Member

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    Your battery will not charge in fast boot mode. It's needs a operating system for it to charge. Trust me I tried. You need a battery only charger. I got mine from Verizon and it came with a extra battery.

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    I had this happen too. The battery is shot, you need a new one. I dont care how long you leave it on the charger its not going to charge. I left it on the charger for 12hrs and still wouldnt work. Thankfully my phone was just a few days old. Took to Verizon and they swapped out that battery for a new one. Guess what, new one (which was already charged) worked.
     
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    He is right, don't leave your phone plugged in without a operating system on it to charge your battery. You are going to damage the battery more then help it.

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    its not shot, strip a usb wire and put it on the terminals. i did it charged it in 20-30 mins and fixed phone
     
  14. striker85

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    Exactly. I actually took two paper clips and stuck them in the battery terminals then hooked a car battery charger to the respective terminals. It works but just check to make sure the contacts on the battery aren't too bent when you put it back in the phone or they wont make contact and you'll think the battery is still dead....ask me how I know. Trust me, you can revive it.

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    Pretty Sure I trust Th3ory on this one...
     
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