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    Default Access the c drive before booting?

    Is there a way to access the c drive with out open my n97? I want to delete the c-resources-fonts because the phone can not boot only white screen



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    Next time please select a more describing subject for your topic ("help pls" doesn't tell much...).

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    Default Re: help pls

    If the phone does not start it wont let you connect with computer.
    Do a hard reset?

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    Default Re: Access the c drive before booting?

    You use font router? If you have font routes application install at E, than try to remove you memory card and see, if you have it install at C, then i had no idea about it

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    Default Re: Access the c drive before booting?

    then the only way is do hard reset,maybe 3months ago i install fontrouter on C and i only got white screen then i do hard reset to solved that prob and its works
    rather not to say

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    Default Re: Access the c drive before booting?

    I did a hard reset! i think there isn't a way to delete something on c if the phone can not boot.

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    Default Re: Access the c drive before booting?

    Quote Originally Posted by xatou
    I did a hard reset! i think there isn't a way to delete something on c if the phone can not boot.
    Hard Reset should do it....but you say that not solve the problem...
    Hum.... re-install your firmware in Dead USB mode throw JAF bro and should resolve it....Good luck

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    Default Re: Access the c drive before booting?

    Quote Originally Posted by xatou
    I did a hard reset! i think there isn't a way to delete something on c if the phone can not boot.
    excuse me but its bullshit... hard reset cleans C drive conpletely and copies files which are needed by system from Z to C. If it didn't help it means you hadn't done it

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    Default Re: Access the c drive before booting?

    Quote Originally Posted by filatov.p
    excuse me but its bullshit... hard reset cleans C drive conpletely and copies files which are needed by system from Z to C. If it didn't help it means you hadn't done it
    I agree wid u mate....
    rather not to say

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    Default Re: Access the c drive before booting?

    Connect Phone to PC and plug in charger


 

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