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Hello,

Got a big probleme with my N900, this is what happen :

- I start it
- blue led + white page with nokia (for like 6 second)
- black screen and led still blue (for like 6 second)
- white page with nokia and no more led (for like 6 second)
and shutdown.

If i let my N900 plugged to charger, i get :
- Gray screen with Nokia in black with usb icon
- White page with Nokia with usb icon on top right
- Gray screen with nokia in black

Something like that and it make a loop and stop only when i unplug it.

What i must do ?
I must add than i got lot suff like picts than i want keep on phone

Thanx for your advice.

Last edited by Garfield007; 2012-04-12 at 22:39.
 
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Did you already let it charge for a few hours to a wall socket (instead of USB to computer)?
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If i let it in wall charger it s make the infinite reboot loop.
 
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Have you removed the battery for a couple of minutes?
 
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Yep, last one was for like 20mn.
 
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Too sleepy, i hope i gonna get some advice while i go sleep.

Only solution i found, it s to flash kernel only. I Downloaded flasher 3.5, the global image and gonna use this command "flasher-3.5.exe -F RX-51_2009SE_2.2009.51-1_PR_COMBINED_MR0_ARM.bin -f -R" tomorrow if i don t get any advice.

Ty again
 
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Originally Posted by Garfield007 View Post
Too sleepy, i hope i gonna get some advice while i go sleep.

Only solution i found, it s to flash kernel only. I Downloaded flasher 3.5, the global image and gonna use this command "flasher-3.5.exe -F RX-51_2009SE_2.2009.51-1_PR_COMBINED_MR0_ARM.bin -f -R" tomorrow if i don t get any advice.

Ty again
That command is not for "kernel-only" flashing. That's the last command that is used in a normal flashing procedure.

This is the command for "kernel-only" flashing:

(for Linux-based OS):

Code:
sudo ./flasher-3.5 -F <firmware-image> --flash-only=kernel -f -R
Just wanted to point out to save you a nightmare of incorrect flashing.
 
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#8
Big thanx, it s worked.

Gonna keep it until S3 come out

Last edited by Garfield007; 2012-04-13 at 06:50.
 
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