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    But it's alive again!

    After making a mistake and loading Sprints Doctor not Verizon's (D'oh!)
    my Pre Plus came back to normal status fairly easily.

    Between the auto restore from PALM, PreBackup and Save/Restore, I was back to normal inside of an hour. The longest part was downloading all my apps from the main Palm store. Everything else was almost instant.

    Great job to all you guys who developed those! Bacon saved!
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    not possible to brick.
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    Quote Originally Posted by geeksquadkid View Post
    not possible to brick.
    That's a pretty optimistic observation. Dumb knows no bound.

    Mals
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    Quote Originally Posted by Malstorme View Post
    That's a pretty optimistic observation. Dumb knows no bound.
    So very true, but it really is impossible brick a pre without physical damage to the hardware.

    And then, it's not "bricked" so much as just plain "broken."
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    i.e. semi-bricked.
    Wow really? Over a word?

    Samsung Fascinate Rooted
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheVTech View Post
    i.e. semi-bricked.
    Wow really? Over a word?
    I wouldn't worry. Sounded like friendly banter to me, and let's face it, stupid really does know no bounds.

    lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by VeeDubb65 View Post
    I wouldn't worry. Sounded like friendly banter to me, and let's face it, stupid really does know no bounds.

    lol
    True. I've proved that all on my own many times as well. LOL

    Samsung Fascinate Rooted
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    LOL very true. like the dude who installed the original 800 kernel and then decided to see how hot he could get his phone and fried it then complained
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    Tell me, why is it impossible to brick a Palm Pre Plus???

    That has been my fear about installing all the homebrew stuff???
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    Quote Originally Posted by tomi666 View Post
    Or you could go all God complex on your Pre and do all sorts of stupid damage using QPST.
    But technically that COULD even be fixed.

    @chessbum I recommend you search for brick or bricked and read a few threads where people THOUGHT they bricked their phone..... you should feel fine after that. I was skeptical back when we first got our phones too (had just dropped a few bills on 2 brand new well working phones), we started patching within the week of purchase (I think it was maybe 2 days).
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldSkoolVWLover View Post
    But technically that COULD even be fixed.
    If fixing it means replacing essential parts, I consider it bricked

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