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If you have ADB debugging turned on, you can give Vysor a try: http://www.vysor.io/ PS: If you can't get to it because the phone is locked, attach a computer keyboard to the phone and unlock it.
Have you tried formatting the device using SPFlash tool. If not , do so. If you have followed usual safety rules for flashing you should have your original ROM backups through nandroid. Re-flash them after successfully partitioning the device. The usual procedure is to flash recovery.take nandroid backup, flash your choice of rom. For now please keep device ...
Since you can neither boot the phone nor access recovery or bootloader, you can try the following1. Download latest SP Flash tool. 2. Download this stock ROM: S9201_4.2_MP_F3F8_B1_IN_MMX_13_FLASHER_USER.zip 3. Extract it, open flash_tool.exe and load the scatter file 4. Now connect your phone and flash by clicking 'Download'. Source: [Upd Stock ROM] [MMX ...
As far as I know, your device is not that hard bricked, that you can't boot into the bootloader (fastboot mode). so at every time you should be able to install a custom recovery via fastboot flash recovery recovery.img. if you are in recovery mode with a working recovery, you can do a factory reset (reflash the system, root,... partitions from a protected ...
Ok use Motorola root toolkit, http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2154995 From here and give try to mfastboot-v2, http://forum.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=2427667, then post your results.
I know I'm late with this answer, but for the future readers, you can unlock your bootloader on-the-fly with an app. Assuming you have root access and a standard unlockable bootloader (fastboot oem unlock), you can use Trickster MOD. You can see its XDA thread for more info. Look under the "Tool" sub-menu and toggle "Bootloader Lock State". If you're even ...
Try adb reboot fastboot or adb reboot download this is the command for Samsung devices.
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