1. CrackBerry Question's Avatar
    Dear all,

    last weekend my Z10 (10.3.2.500) all of a sudden died:

    Display is dead, not rebooting, no battery pull, nothing works.

    So after reading through many threads seeking for help I decided to use an autoloader with the latest leaks to reload everything completely.

    First, it starts well,
    - connecting to bootrom,
    - solid green LED
    - Asking for password,
    - Connecting
    - Uploading RAM

    And then it simply stops at 0% writing - after 15 seconds I get a double blinking red LED and the autoloader closes itself :-(

    According to another website double red led may mean "No OS loaded"

    I tried all the usual tricks like different PC, USB port and cables.
    Obviousely resetting via Link doesn't work for 10.3.2.500.

    Now I am assuming its a hardware defect.

    Has anybody else encountered a similar problem or is there even another trick I should give a try.

    (Device is 18months old, so no warranty anymore...)

    Big THANKS in advance,

    Stevie

    P.S: I will upload a screenshot as soon I figure out how
    05-20-15 08:28 AM
  2. Uzi's Avatar
    https://mega.co.nz/#!glRTwQxA!G2h6iw...lozTBMup5_0zOM

    Hi try this Autoloader 10.3.2.680

    Z30STA100-2/10.3.2.680
    05-20-15 08:35 AM

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