Soft bricked phone by dual bootstrap, is there any hope? Wont detect battery.

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  1. RedZaturn

    RedZaturn New Member

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    I softbricked my dorid 3, and i have tried everything under the sun but a factory cable. I am 100% shure the batery has a full charge because i tested it with a voltage meter.
     
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    Dual bootstrap?

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    bootstrapped with d3 bootstrap, then with clockwork mod. oops.
     
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    Ohhhh! Youre going to need to SBF it. Just search for droid 3 sbf.

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    i have a sbf already. but the problem is it cant detect toe battery so it cant flash.
     
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    i have seen them. i think i will buy one. i was going to make one but it looked like there was a 90% chance i could short out my computer. thanks.
     
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    I made my own ;)
    Those seem safe to me :p
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    Omg! D: not worth my 2,000 alienware.
     
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    Mine looks worst than that (not soldered, held together by Bobbie pins, lol) used it several times on three different D1's, works great!

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    Hahaha!
    I just used wire nuts for mine


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