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Old 11-29-2013, 00:24   #1 (permalink)
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GPG industries S-boot Clip SDCARD corrupted what to do?


Hello first, a question:
If you leave the sdcard cable clip on the phone when flashing, will this damaged the sdcard inside the s-boot cable?

That's what happened to me. And the cable worked only once.

Now, i don't know if the sdcard is damaged or something. The cable work as a normal USB-JIG on other phones. And can not turn on deadboot phones.
Is there a place where i can download the image of this sdcard? or a procedure to test if my sdcard is good, and it is not other problem with my cable?

Thanks in advanced. Really looking forward for GPG industries support.
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Old 12-02-2013, 03:54   #2 (permalink)
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hey.. theres no solution!

hey papax... now i know why u didnt come to my city... u figure it out how to fix your phone! and by the way, there is no way to fix the sdcard.. product supporter told me that on sonork weeks ago.. and remember! easy to turn it on! but.. flashing is a little more tricky.. good luck
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