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  1. #1
    Patrick Kormann
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    hi

    i somewhat grilled my phone with davinciteam...
    it just doesn't startup anymore (nothing in the display).
    I can flash it but the finalisation gives the message 'error: block not
    accepted' and this line is repeated again and again. I stopped after 30
    minutes at most.
    I used up nearly all my credits (they should do something about
    substracting credits to unsuccessfull events) solving this problem now,
    no luck so far
    anybody any idea what I could try?

    The setool2 and twister is ordered, but that might take some weeks to
    arrive...

    regards

    Patrick



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  2. #2
    Richard Colton
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    Re: ouch - i grilled my v800 with davinciteam


    "Patrick Kormann" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > hi
    >
    > i somewhat grilled my phone with davinciteam...
    > it just doesn't startup anymore (nothing in the display).
    > I can flash it but the finalisation gives the message 'error: block not
    > accepted' and this line is repeated again and again. I stopped after 30
    > minutes at most.
    > I used up nearly all my credits (they should do something about
    > substracting credits to unsuccessfull events) solving this problem now, no
    > luck so far
    > anybody any idea what I could try?


    This is one of the reasons we've never offered a logging solution - too many
    variables and way too unreliable unfortunately.

    > The setool2 and twister is ordered, but that might take some weeks to
    > arrive...


    If it's ordered and paid for it should be with you in a few days, not weeks.
    Any decent authorised distributor should be able to get it to you within a
    week at the outside - we regularly sell Twisters from the UK and send them
    to the USA in less than a week!

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  3. #3
    Patrick Kormann
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    Re: ouch - i grilled my v800 with davinciteam

    Richard Colton schrieb:

    > This is one of the reasons we've never offered a logging solution - too many
    > variables and way too unreliable unfortunately.


    .... no idea wether the logging is part of the problem... by the way,
    just yesterday (at least I saw it yesterday) update service for the v800
    appeared on the SE homepage...

    > If it's ordered and paid for it should be with you in a few days, not weeks.
    > Any decent authorised distributor should be able to get it to you within a
    > week at the outside - we regularly sell Twisters from the UK and send them
    > to the USA in less than a week!


    Maybe. It certainly depends on how long customs hold it back...



  4. #4
    Richard Colton
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    Re: ouch - i grilled my v800 with davinciteam


    "Patrick Kormann" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Richard Colton schrieb:
    >
    >> This is one of the reasons we've never offered a logging solution - too
    >> many variables and way too unreliable unfortunately.

    >
    > ... no idea wether the logging is part of the problem... by the way, just
    > yesterday (at least I saw it yesterday) update service for the v800
    > appeared on the SE homepage...
    >
    >> If it's ordered and paid for it should be with you in a few days, not
    >> weeks. Any decent authorised distributor should be able to get it to you
    >> within a week at the outside - we regularly sell Twisters from the UK and
    >> send them to the USA in less than a week!

    >
    > Maybe. It certainly depends on how long customs hold it back...


    True, but we usually don't have problems with customs on outbound orders
    (and we ship all over the place). We have had problems with the original
    deliveries being stopped for a couple of days on their way to us though.

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  5. #5
    Patrick Kormann
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    Re: ouch - i grilled my v800 with davinciteam

    Richard Colton schrieb:

    > True, but we usually don't have problems with customs on outbound orders
    > (and we ship all over the place). We have had problems with the original
    > deliveries being stopped for a couple of days on their way to us though.


    I'll see. But now, the phone seems to be totally dead (can't flash it,
    no reaction when I press the power button). Is it possible that the
    battery is empty and can't be loaded because of the state of the phone?



  6. #6
    Richard Colton
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    Re: ouch - i grilled my v800 with davinciteam


    "Patrick Kormann" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Richard Colton schrieb:
    >
    >> True, but we usually don't have problems with customs on outbound orders
    >> (and we ship all over the place). We have had problems with the original
    >> deliveries being stopped for a couple of days on their way to us though.

    >
    > I'll see. But now, the phone seems to be totally dead (can't flash it, no
    > reaction when I press the power button). Is it possible that the battery
    > is empty and can't be loaded because of the state of the phone?


    It's remotely possible, but I doubt it very much. The charging circuit
    isn't dependent on the firmware of the phone.

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  7. #7
    Patrick Kormann
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    Re: ouch - i grilled my v800 with davinciteam

    Richard Colton schrieb:

    > It's remotely possible, but I doubt it very much. The charging circuit
    > isn't dependent on the firmware of the phone.


    I think it has something to do with the battery anyways. When I connect
    the charger now, the LED goes on red solid.
    When I then disconnect the battery and put it in again, sometimes the
    phone starts booting (of course still without display, but at least it's
    not totally dead). I'll look for a replacement battery and try again
    (resp. try to charge mine in another phone)
    a guy from davinciteam had the same idea (battery) and told me to put
    the charger on the dss-25... that somewhat works as well, but seems not
    to be stable enough.



  8. #8
    loko__loko
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    Re: ouch - i grilled my v800 with davinciteam


    hi,

    can you post the errors here? have used davinciteam software to flash
    lots of phone and havent encountered such..

    could it be the baud speed too fast?


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  9. #9
    Patrick Kormann
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    Re: ouch - i grilled my v800 with davinciteam

    loko__loko schrieb:
    > hi,
    >
    > can you post the errors here? have used davinciteam software to flash
    > lots of phone and havent encountered such..
    >
    > could it be the baud speed too fast?


    No. It's the phone that doesn't accept certain blocks anymore... even
    with 9600 bps . Some guy that seems a lot about flashing was saying
    something about that I have to reflash the erom ... on the setool forum
    there is quite a thread about dead v800, so I don't seem to be the only one.



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