- v. Simple past tense and past participle of brick.
“So Hilary and Robert may well be spooked by ghosts and naturally fearful at digging about (literally) in bricked up underground caverns, but it is Shona, who has been here before in a terrifying and unresolved way, who suffers extreme anxiety and blinding panic at the mere thought of the mysterious theatre wall.”
“-- The iPhone is 'bricked' -- a term that describes the increasing controls companies are placing on gadgets.”
“It may or may not be bricked, that is what I am trying to establish.”
“This left all previous iPhone users who updated their software with "bricked" phones.”
“The firmware update has 'bricked' [the] phones -- a term not so affectionately used for phones that behave more like doorstops than multifunction communications devices," Hill reports.”
“Normally, when we refer to the term "bricked", we mean it in a negative way, but Dutch maker Guus Oosterbaan managed to turn this negative into a positive by using a cheesy off-the-shelf Pong console after gutting it to wrap it all up in some duct tape, followed by embedding it within a concrete block.”
“Someone announced a "de-bricking" technique and it started a whole debate on what "bricked" really meant.”
“Another user, M3G4UK, said the upgrade to iOS 4 "bricked" his device.”
“The OP also reported that his ATV was "bricked" by the update process, which is an unrecoverable condition.”
“Another user, M3G4UK, said the upgrade to iPhone OS 4 "bricked" his device.”
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