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The possibilities for this will definitely vary depending upon the phone model as Android phones differ in hardware and what is affected when the phone is wiped/formatted/overwritten. If the phone is rooted, and/or if a new ROM was flashed to the phone, that will make things yet more uncertain. If it is a Samsung, older model Motorola or older model HTC, ...


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Sigh. You are bricked. Not an easy fix. You have options, though.: Flash the stock ROM via PC, and see if it is a soft brick. If that works, you'll be at step 1 again, but that's better than a unusable phone. This is assuming you can aaccess a mode to flash ROMS via PC. 1.5. Make a USB jig (look up one, it varies on device). Use it, and it will make option ...


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I noticed that (if you already have ADB configured, your phone is rooted and you're working on a Linux system or similar) it is possible to dump the partition content by a single one-liner: adb pull /dev/block/mmcblk0 This is the same as what is described in the XDA thread for getting the bit-for-bit contents of flash memory, except without the dance with ...



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