05-23-14 05:45 AM
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  1. shazaib hyder1's Avatar
    I don't know. But we told you not to do it, but you still did. It's sorta hard for us to tell you anything without seeing the phone now. It's hard to troubleshoot because I have no idea what is actually going on with the device or how you are plugging and trying to install an OS. It seems you aren't very good at following suggestions since I suggested to you how to fix your device.
    For sure, I'm certain that no carrier will take your device and repair it without a fee. It's definitely something you did that is not covered by warranty.
    I certainly do not have the patience to troubleshoot with you, and I doubt others will have the patience, knowledge or time. Maybe it's a live and learn experience to take people's opinion into account especially when more than 5 people consecutively tell you not to do it. You did state that you were responsible for anything that happens to your phone, so I guess you're responsible for this brick.
    Okay so first I open BlackBerry Link (latest version) then I minimize it then plug in my device with a sync cable then I open OS 10.2.1.1927 autoloader. The autoloader says connecting to bootrom and asks for a password after typing it in it loads a file and a RAM image, soon after it finishes it just closes on me. I've tried loading device software from BlackBerry Link, took out the battery and loaded an old autoloader (10.2.1.1927) and it still doesn't work that's all I've done

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    05-21-14 06:06 PM
  2. shazaib hyder1's Avatar
    Please help me, anyone.

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    05-21-14 06:10 PM
  3. Bdot-1's Avatar
    Restart your computer..
    Pull the battery on your phone...
    Plug USB into computer...
    Open the auto loader
    Wait until the x or waiting status
    Plug USB into phone
    Insert battery into phone
    Enter password when prompted
    Wait..
    And make sure BlackBerry Link is not open at anytime. If it opens in the background when you restart, go into Link settings and turn off "auto startup". Then start from the beginning.
    05-21-14 06:14 PM
  4. shazaib hyder1's Avatar
    okay ill try that
    05-21-14 07:40 PM
  5. shazaib hyder1's Avatar
    Nope, it closed on me
    05-21-14 07:54 PM
  6. masterscarhead1's Avatar
    Nope, it closed on me
    Wouldn't be surprised if nvram put a block on old OS's ROFL
    In which case, it's a complicated process to overcome this (in theory. I've never done this before but I know how though)
    Again, like I said, take it to a professional and pay to have it fixed before you mess it up more
    You already bricked a device by doing something we told you NOT to do.
    If you want to mess with it further, be our guest
    It's not possible for us to tell over the internet whether your phone can be saved, and if so, how.
    It's a trial and error process which is easy for me, but not for you, or anyone who tries to guide you over the internet.
    05-22-14 12:36 AM
  7. thurask's Avatar
    Assuming you didn't screw the pooch and totally brick your device, download an autoloader for an OS that actually works (10.2.1.3175, for example), then read this: http://forums.crackberry.com/showthread.php?t=924580

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    05-22-14 01:22 AM
  8. Jr1202's Avatar
    Assuming you didn't screw the pooch and totally brick your device, download an autoloader for an OS that actually works (10.2.1.3175, for example), then read this: http://forums.crackberry.com/showthread.php?t=924580

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    That's what I tried to tell you
    If you have downloaded a different autoloader & this has persisted then idk what the issue is
    but if you haven't downloaded the hybrids supported in the thread I shared to you or any other 1 besides the 1 you initially were struggling w/ & relentlessly are attempting to run the same broken exe then clearly the exe is the problem

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    05-22-14 01:40 AM
  9. Jr1202's Avatar
    That's what I tried to tell you
    If you have downloaded a different autoloader & this has persisted then idk what the issue is
    but if you haven't downloaded the hybrids supported in the thread I shared to you or any other 1 besides the 1 you initially were struggling w/ & relentlessly are attempting to run the same broken exe then clearly the exe is the problem

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    & also why are you still in the "brick mode" simply restore it to it's factory settings & go from there

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    05-22-14 01:42 AM
  10. ynak's Avatar
    do not use aoutoloader, man!
    Just recover OS as default by BBL will propouse!

    for sure
    05-22-14 01:42 AM
  11. Jr1202's Avatar
    do not use aoutoloader, man!
    Just recover OS as default by BBL will propouse!

    for sure
    He already said he tried to load back up & failed

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    05-22-14 01:45 AM
  12. shazaib hyder1's Avatar
    Does anyone here know how to unbrick a bb10? Or are you telling me, while guessing yourselfs?

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    05-22-14 08:33 PM
  13. Uzi's Avatar
    Does anyone here know how to unbrick a bb10? Or are you telling me, while guessing yourselfs?

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    Try thurask advice

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    05-22-14 08:36 PM
  14. Gearheadaddy's Avatar
    Listen closely. DO NOT START LINK!!!! Do not start Link and minimize it!!!!! Leave Link alone. I'm not guessing. I know.
    Start autoloader
    Wait until it loads and says "connecting to bootrom."
    Now plug in your phone.
    DO NOT UNPLUG IT UNTIL IT RESTARTS!!!!

    Trusted Member Genius on Verizon 10.3.0.296/442
    05-22-14 09:01 PM
  15. shazaib hyder1's Avatar
    Listen closely. DO NOT START LINK!!!! Do not start Link and minimize it!!!!! Leave Link alone. I'm not guessing. I know.
    Start autoloader
    Wait until it loads and says "connecting to bootrom."
    Now plug in your phone.
    DO NOT UNPLUG IT UNTIL IT RESTARTS!!!!

    Trusted Member Genius on Verizon 10.3.0.296/442
    I run the autoloader and then it just closes on me

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    05-22-14 09:44 PM
  16. Uzi's Avatar
    I run the autoloader and then it just closes on me

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    Run as admin?

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    05-22-14 10:00 PM
  17. masterscarhead1's Avatar
    Does anyone here know how to unbrick a bb10? Or are you telling me, while guessing yourselfs?

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    That attitude will get you nowhere
    We give you suggestions but you don't listen, so I would suggest you to shut up and read before you start typing gibberish again
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    05-22-14 10:11 PM
  18. masterscarhead1's Avatar
    Run as admin?

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    Or maybe the autoloader is bad? I dunno, but OP doesn't want to listen to anyone but himself.
    05-22-14 10:11 PM
  19. Jr1202's Avatar
    Does anyone here know how to unbrick a bb10? Or are you telling me, while guessing yourselfs?

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    I've told you to factory reset more than enough times

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    05-22-14 11:55 PM
  20. masterscarhead1's Avatar
    I've told you to factory reset more than enough times

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    Don't think he understands what we're suggesting? Or maybe he chooses not to listen. In either case, wake up OP!
    05-23-14 12:04 AM
  21. zocster's Avatar
    Okay so first I open BlackBerry Link (latest version) then I minimize it then plug in my device with a sync cable then I open OS 10.2.1.1927 autoloader.
    So this is where you went wrong. Spend time in actually sitting in front of a PC and reading how to load an OS properly. Stop using CB10 to read stuff especially when it involves bricking your device.

    I suggest you reboot your PC. Do what you just did, but this time ensure BBLink is CLOSED! Only the BB device manager is required running in the back ground.
    05-23-14 05:11 AM
  22. Gearheadaddy's Avatar
    So this is where you went wrong. Spend time in actually sitting in front of a PC and reading how to load an OS properly. Stop using CB10 to read stuff especially when it involves bricking your device.

    I suggest you reboot your PC. Do what you just did, but this time ensure BBLink is CLOSED! Only the BB device manager is required running in the back ground.
    Zocster, he has been given step-by-step instructions and just won't follow them. We are going to drive ourselves nuts. I'm just about done. And nuts too.

    Trusted Member Genius on Verizon 10.3.0.296/442
    05-23-14 05:45 AM
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