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Topic # 70462 24-Oct-2010 12:43
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I was given a HTC Apache, after a few days i decided to turn it on and all it display is 'Serial v1 . 00

can anyone tell why it does this.


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  Reply # 395204 24-Oct-2010 13:17
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Bricked?


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  Reply # 395235 24-Oct-2010 14:53
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Someone might have attempted to update it using many of the unofficial software around and turned it into a useless brick - "bricked".





 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 395242 24-Oct-2010 15:13
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now irs a paper weight



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  Reply # 395243 24-Oct-2010 15:16
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well i guess its no use then if it is bricked?

will dispose of it then


thanks for the info

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