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Old 06-22-2012, 09:12 PM   #4
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@peter12345: Except I happen to test my stuff before releasing it, and it certainly *doesn't* brick anything under normal circumstances .

If you still see the update process on a hard reboot, it *badly* failed to install, that would imply an issue somewhere else... Can't say much without logs, my best guess would be a full temp partition, which should *never* happen under normal circumstances, and shouldn't leave the system in a weird state anyway.

More details on exactly what you did/what happened would also probably help...

Anyway, try a hard reset to factory defaults: Hold [HOME] after a hard reboot (> ~20 power slide), you should end up on a screen asking you to type RESET to do a reset to factory defaults.

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