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help me unbrick

#21

(04-19-2015, 09:29 AM)nareshroy Wrote: Yes format was successful but download failed :-\

This is hardware issue? Should i also try with JTAG?

ok. standing by


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#22
Will this anyway help you to conclude something?



============ Memory Detection Report ===========

Internal RAM:

Size = 0x00020000 (128KB)

External RAM:

Type = DRAM

Size = 0x40000000 (1024MB/8192Mb)

NAND Flash:

ERROR: NAND Flash was not detected!

EMMC:

EMMC_PART_BOOT1 Size = 0x0000000000200000(2MB)
EMMC_PART_BOOT2 Size = 0x0000000000200000(2MB)
EMMC_PART_RPMB Size = 0x0000000000020000(0MB)
EMMC_PART_GP1 Size = 0x0000000000000000(0MB)
EMMC_PART_GP2 Size = 0x0000000000000000(0MB)
EMMC_PART_GP3 Size = 0x0000000000000000(0MB)
EMMC_PART_GP4 Size = 0x0000000000000000(0MB)
EMMC_PART_USER Size = 0x00000000e2c00000(3628MB)

============ RAM Test ============

Data Bus Test:

[D0]
[D1]
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[D22]
[D23]
[D24]
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[D26]
[D27]
[D28]
[D29]
[D30]
[D31]
OK!!

Address Bus Test:

[A1]
[A2]
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[A28]
[A29]
OK!!

RAM Pattern Test :
Writing ...
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#23
thats an output you get from an emmc / nand crash. in some cases, its hardware related. in many we've seen, you just need to get the right preloader.bin to get you back on track
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#24
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(04-20-2015, 09:48 AM)hovatek Wrote: thats an output you get from an emmc / nand crash. in some cases, its hardware related. in many we've seen, you just need to get the right preloader.bin to get you back on track

I have the right preloader.bin as confirmed by the same phone users, tried with the JTAG that didnt help out either Huh Sad
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#25
(04-23-2015, 12:04 PM)nareshroy Wrote: I have the right preloader.bin as confirmed by the same phone users, tried with the JTAG that didnt help out either  Huh  Sad

this is very much like the 5069 error. try running sp flash tool as admin. if this also fails then it just might be a fried chip
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#26
I always run the tool in admin mode only. What would be possible causes of chip fry?
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#27
(04-23-2015, 06:54 PM)nareshroy Wrote: I always run the tool in admin mode only. What would be possible causes of chip fry?

could be power, age or factory defect. some chips are actually prone to this issue
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