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It's because the files within the com.koushikdutta.backup/files are deleted whenever 1) you uninstall helium backup or 2) phone is factory reset. If those files are missing, helium backup will fail to recognize any of your backups, even if they exist and is easily restorable. Requiring those files to exist in order to restore backups is honestly quite a ...
Hope it's not too late... You should try another button instead of power button. The power button doesn't work on my phone either, but in my phone, it makes me press "Home" to make a choice.
If your phone is truly unrecoverable, your last resort would be to back up your phone with Samsung Smart Switch in Backup and Reset option in Settings, then resetting the whole phone (Also in Backup and reset) to factory new. This will get rid of everything, and so should only be used as a last resort. Otherwise, state the symptoms you see on your phone, we ...
Just do 'Factory Reset'. Well, this depends upon the recovery you're using. If you're using TWRP (assuming you've v2.8.4.x or above), choosing Factory Reset would remove everything under /data (excluding /data/media which serves as emulated storage available through /sdcard as internal SD card), would wipe cache partition, and since davik cache gets ...
If you enter the password wrong too many times on your nexus device, it will factory reset your data (by default). It is also possible to factory reset through recovery mode by turning phone off, holding power and down volume simultaneously, clicking volume buttons until hitting recovery mode, then clicking factory reset.
As I don't have this device, I can't say too much. Also, I can't comment because of my rep. But whatever. Try to flash recovery even if your flashboot returns blank screen. It might not work, but hey! give it a try! Also, try to look Here or Here, it says about flashing firmware.
Shutdown your Phone and then press and hold Volume down + Power. Normally should your Phone reset then. If this doesn't work, you may have destroyed the recovery.
Pretty much every phone can do factory reset while turned off, try this: Turn off the Mate. Press and hold at the same time: Volume Up + Home button + Power button, until you see Huawei logo. Then select from Recovery Mode menu “wipe data / factory reset” using Volume buttons to navigate and Power button to confirm. Select “Yes — delete all user data” to ...
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