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28 Jun 2018
My Gemini PDA refuses to do ANYTHING after attempting to flash using the guide from here: http://support.planetcom.co.uk/index.php/L..._Flashing_Guide

I flashed it once before and have been happily using Debian TP2.

I wanted to try Sailfish, so flashed as before:

* Unpacked gemini_x27_base.zip. Produced Gemini_x27_12062018/ folder.
* Moved '.img' files from debian_sailfishos.zip into the Gemini_x27_12062018/ folder.
* Created Gemini_x27_A16GB_L40GB_Multi_Boot.txt from the Web Site.
* Chose the scatter file, chose Firmware upgrade, clicked Download.
* Plugged in the USB.
* The flash tool found it and connected.
* Status bar went to 100% and stayed red, then timed out.

Now the Gemini won't turn on, can't be detected over USB, it won't do anything.

I've seen other people who thought they bricked their devices when they went into reboot loops etc. then managed to reflash, but this is a real dead brick.

Ideas anyone?
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