Possible Way To Recover Bricked USB Pen Drive After 9.0 Jailbreak

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So after spending ages trying to recover my USB drive after it wouldn't work with the new 9.0 jailbreak. I've found a way to recover it. I think the exfathax.img file can corrupt it or rendering it unrecoverable. When plugged in to a laptop the USB wouldn't show up and if it does it can not be formatted. On rare occasions it may show a wrong volume size which in my case 16gb was showing as 64mb. Hope this helps someone.


Go to https://propakistani.pk/how-to/how-to-format-usb-in-cmd/ & follow the instructions under Formatting USB Flash Drive in CMD (Diskpart Command)
 

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So after spending ages trying to recover my USB drive after it wouldn't work with the new 9.0 jailbreak. I've found a way to recover it. I think the exfathax.img file can corrupt it or rendering it unrecoverable. When plugged in to a laptop the USB wouldn't show up and if it does it can not be formatted. On rare occasions it may show a wrong volume size which in my case 16gb was showing as 64mb. Hope this helps someone.


Go to https://propakistani.pk/how-to/how-to-format-usb-in-cmd/ & follow the instructions under Formatting USB Flash Drive in CMD (Diskpart Command)
Hi you can use this
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