1. alteezy's Avatar
    When i tried to install AT&t's 4.5, it bricked my phone because it was unable to connect during a multi stage load operation. i tried everything, but the only way to fix my phone was to install 4.3 again. it seems when i install 4.3, i dont get the error but when i install 4.5 i do.

    now i dont wanna install 4.5 cuz i know its gonna brick my phone again but i really want it.

    anyone know how i can solve this?
    12-27-08 11:12 PM
  2. johnprimo78's Avatar
    Your best bet is have AT&T due it for you at one of there stores, the reson is if your phone (bricks) when they do it, it might help them understand that there could be a problem with your phone and if you ever need to replace your phone, they would at least have this documented
    12-27-08 11:29 PM
  3. vndlewis's Avatar
    Your best bet is have AT&T due it for you at one of there stores, the reson is if your phone (bricks) when they do it, it might help them understand that there could be a problem with your phone and if you ever need to replace your phone, they would at least have this documented
    I don't think stores will do it for you. They are not gonna risk doing something to your phone.
    12-27-08 11:32 PM
  4. johnprimo78's Avatar
    If they are with ATT and go to an ATT store they should beable to do it as they are a paying customer of ATT

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    12-27-08 11:36 PM
  5. vndlewis's Avatar
    Most won't because it is not required for the phone to work. Verizon will not do it for you.
    12-27-08 11:49 PM
  6. johnprimo78's Avatar
    I say give it a try the worst they could do is tell you they can't do it and point you in the right direction

    Posted from my CrackBerry at wapforums.crackberry.com
    12-27-08 11:57 PM
  7. Reed McLay's Avatar
    Unable to reconnect during a multi stage operation....

    That is normaly traced to the computers USB ports. BlackBerry has published a paper on trouble shooting USB issues.

    View Document

    If these steps do not resolve the problem, try it on a different computer.
    12-28-08 11:33 AM
  8. alteezy's Avatar
    damn the thing is i dont why it wouldnt work on my computer its pretty high end, more powerful than other computers i have access too
    12-31-08 12:14 AM
  9. Reed McLay's Avatar
    Universal Serial Bus (USB) is implemented by different manufactures using chips. The problem is, not all USB chips are created equal.

    I suggest that because I have seen it work for other members. After hours of frustration, it works the first time on a different computer. Toshiba lap tops are one of the "iffie" brands.
    12-31-08 11:52 AM
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