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    I bricked two Samsung Vitality's

    After rooting the phone which was a breeze, I loaded Rom Manager. I flashed the recovery mod. The thing is my phone model is not listed and I had to guess at what model to flash the recovery for. Well it said the Flash was completed so I downloaded the latest stable Cyanogenmod straight from the phone. I then installed it. I then chose to "wipe data and cache". It then rebooted and turned into a brick. It will not power up in any fashion. This is the second one this has happened to. I'm on my third phone now and very nervous. I rooted it with no problem. Can I use Cyanogenmod or Rom Manager? What should I have done? Any ideas would be helpful

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    Quote Originally Posted by septaric View Post
    After rooting the phone which was a breeze, I loaded Rom Manager. I flashed the recovery mod. The thing is my phone model is not listed and I had to guess at what model to flash the recovery for. Well it said the Flash was completed so I downloaded the latest stable Cyanogenmod straight from the phone. I then installed it. I then chose to "wipe data and cache". It then rebooted and turned into a brick. It will not power up in any fashion. This is the second one this has happened to. I'm on my third phone now and very nervous. I rooted it with no problem. Can I use Cyanogenmod or Rom Manager? What should I have done? Any ideas would be helpful
    You may want to try this it will put your phones back to stock

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    post if it solved your problem on that page.


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    the OP was posted in march! But for others looking and need help, Rom manager does NOT support this device! use
    [Odin] Clockworkmod Recovery - Not compatible with Rom Manager yet - Android Forums


    to put CWM onto ur device ^_-


 

 

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