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Your phone is in bootloader mode. If you have not intentionally put it in that state, it might have entered it after an usucessful ROM upgrading process. Anyway, to get out of that state, just soft reset your device. The reset pin is located at the left side (in portrait mode, or at the back of the phone, when its screen is slided open). Just lightly press that pin with the stylus pen. Hope it works for you. Anyway, please, let me know if you need further informations. Regards,Carlos
It is in bootloader mode and there are 50% chances of it's survival. You can try flashing the phone again (use an original ROM instead of a cooked one, try 3 - 4 different ROMS), in case you are lucky the flashing would complete and your phone shall start again. In case the flashing doesnot complete and you are stuck in Bootloader mode, you will have to get it repaired by Service Center as the chances are that the ROM chip will need to be reinstalled.
there's a small capacitor on the eten x500 mainboard, very close to the reset button. it's a pull-down capacitor that counts tao-time for entering your unit to bootloader.
I believe this capacitor is broken, and device cannot enter to windows OS and keep the bootloader mode.
you can try to download the ETEN last rom image and try to flash it, maybe it will be the solution for you. but I guess the capacitor in the mainboard could be the real reason. that's from my technician experience..
It sounds like you've had problems writing a custom ROM to your phone. You have done it correctly using the CID unlock. Are you using the same WM6 ROM that you have done before?
Firstly, turn off your XDA Orbit. Then hold down the voice recorder button on the left side of the phone Then press and hold the power button on the right side of the phone, whilst still holding the voice button on the left.
This should get you into "bootloader mode" which will display a screen with red, green, blue and white stripes - yu should now be able to instlal your ROM using the RRU from the computer with USB connection
If that is not possible, you can install the ROM from a microSD card if you first format the card into Fat32 file system from your computer, then copy the NBH file from your ROM to the microSD card. You will need to rename the NBH file from the ROM to ARTEIMG.NBH for this to work.
Enter bootloader mode and you should see a prompt to press the volume button downwards to start the ROM installation process.
See this page for more information on the MicroSD ROM installation: http://wiki.xda-developers.com/index.php?pagename=Artemis_SD_Card_Flashing
Have you tried removing the battery? That is usually the first step on this type of problem. Has the phone been damaged in any way? Liquid dropped etc? Any of those may also play a part. If the phone is still covered by warranty the best bet may be to take it to your local service center if taking the battery out does not fix it! If you have any trouble feel free to contact me ill be glad to help!