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i am having same problem. I have a croma crxt 1125 tablet. no recovery and fastboot opens android. when I tried the method of power + vol up + vol down. a screen showing various drivers are shown I believe, and I think it checks if all the drivers are working fine.


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I solved it. Keep the phone switched on then pres and hold POWER button plus VOLUME UP key. Once the phone switched off press the VOLUME DOWN key instead of UP key (don't release power button). It will disable fast boot and bring up boot screen.


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It depends on which OS you are using. It is my understanding that phones with newer OS cannot be unlocked/reset if the device password is not known. This is an attempt to make it more difficult for people to reset stolen phones. Bottom line, depending on your specific device OS - you may need the password to unlock it.


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Some Nexus 10 tablets have a bug ,the fastboot menu is hiden ,the screen remain blank even when you are actually in fastboot mod to make sure you don't miss it do the following Hold Power + Volume Up + Volume Down until the tablet vibrates twice (once to shutdown, then a few seconds later to acknowledge fastboot menu). After the second vibration, you should ...


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Ok i was able to fix the problem. I was still able to load TWRP by flashboot, which I used to fix permissions and clear cache. The problem started because I went into normal recovery and went to wipe cache partition to load the SuperZen rom. The cache wipe seemed to take long, so I turned the phone off and back on and the only thing I was able to load was ...


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To solve you problem execute the following : Boot your Phone into TWRP Recovery. Plug your phone to PC and make sure it is recognized by adb you can run adb devices command to check. on you Phone TWRP go to wipe > advanced wipe check data ,cache and system then swipe the swipe zone in the bottom Now go back to the home of TWRP and navigate to Advanced ...


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I never flashed a ROM using a .zip in fastboot. The proper way I've ever seen is to flash individual files, and some of the important commands are: fastboot flash boot boot.img fastboot flash cache cache.img fastboot flash recovery recovery.img fastboot flash system system.img fastboot flash userdata userdata.img // 64GB users need userdata_64G.img ...


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You need to flash custom ROMs from within recovery, not within the bootloader. Detailed instrunctions on how to install CyanogenMod can be found here. NOTE: those instructions are not for the Cyanogen, Inc. factory images. Offical factory images can be found on the Cyanogen, Inc. website



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