« on: November 10, 2013, 08:43:43 AM »
The main reason why bricking happens is that ML writes values to the Canon nvram that are out of bounds, and in most cases you can un-brick your camera with a special debug ML that you just have to run to clear the Canon nvram. A 100% foolproof way is to use a C mode since no settings are written to the Canon nvram, that's what I do when I code for ML and try out new changes.
Thanks ... I need to trouble you further though ... Can you please clarify how to run ML in the C-mode as you suggest above?