Cannot Access Recovery Mode

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    If the passimg is loading, then it's the right file, but something else is going wrong...

    Unzip the passimg file, and flash each of the images from inside the zip with fastboot.

    I had to do this recently with my phone, after all else failed.

    Try flashing each image a few times, and then try and boot into the stock recovery. Once you can boot into stock recovery, you can try flashing a custom recovery...

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    Despite your warning, I went ahead and followed the passimg approach using the first of the two images provided on your "oracle."
    My results were different this time: Usually it fails to recognize the zip at all and just gives all the "wrong image" dialogues. Randomly though, after retrying multiple times, it will begin a loading bar, but will freeze.

    I'll go ahead and try your advice. Do I use fastboot update to load each of the unpacked images?

    Thanks.

    Edit: I've tried flashing each of the images (boot, recovery, userdata, system) and everything works fine except system, which freezes at the beginning of the sending phase.

    I've tried erasing the partitions but get FAILED (remote: not allowed).

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    I must admit, I'm struggling here...

    When you flashed the stock recovery image, did you try and see if you could boot into it?

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    Yes it unfortunately has the same effect: sits on the splash screen indefinitely.

    im using fastboot flash to flash these images.

    the system image is by far the largest of the images so I wonder if that has anything to do with it being the only one that fails.

    Edit: I take that back, I have tried flashing radio (~26mb) and it also fails mid-send, but instead of a tiny fraction of the loading bar on the phone complete, about half completes. So I'm thinking its a hardware issue where only part of some memory is still functional.

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    I'm starting to think the same...

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    oh well. thanks for all the help, i appreciate it!

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