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From xda thread: CyanogenMod recovery is basic, so you have to flash another one. The easiest way is to use rashr app and it worked for me perfectly
do you have android debug bridge enabled in developer options? i'm pretty sure that will enable it in recovery mode, too. with your device booted, go into settings and choose "About phone (or tablet)." scroll down and tap on "Build number" 7 times. now go back out to the main settings screen and you should see "Developer options." Select that and make sure ...
Found the recovery location in /sbin directory.
While in recovery, connect your phone to PC and you can transfer files to and from phone using ADB Commands, provided it is installed in your machine. adb push and adb pull are the commands to send and receive files. Instructions to install ADB on Ubuntu. ADB commands to transfer files.
If you have ROOT ACCESS Try Undeleter This app scans and recovers deleted files from SD cards and internal storage. Features: Restore any file that has not been written over Works with documents, images, video, music, archives and binaries Save files directly to Dropbox, Google Drive and Sdcard If you DONT HAVE ROOT ACCESS The first thing to do is ...
If I had been in your situation, I would go for flashing stock rom onto the device and re-root it. Later, I would flash a custom recovery and do a Nandroid backup. After that, I would install apps like Link2SD (my personal favorite) to do the system apps uninstallation/moving to sd card. So the bottom line is to download the stock rom for your device (XDA ...
Jig or ADB. Not sure if ADB would work though, if you can't hardly turn on the device. I would consider trying it first, because it's easy and you have nothing but some time to lose, but I'll bet you'll end up using a jig (can be made or bought).
Try flashing the stock recovery img using twrp or flashify. I'm sure you are rooted.
There is no recovery mode in AllWinner A23 tablet. But there is a flash mode. To get in flash mode: Connect USB cable to PC Press Volume key ( Up or Down key depends on device ) and plug in previously connected cable to tablet (keep key pressed) While Volume Key is pressed repeatedly press power button until your flash software detects device. If ...
Root your phone first. On GB, there are thousands of root exploits, but I recommend Framaroot as it is PC independent. Once it is rooted, use Flashify app to flash CWM recovery.
Try using SP Flash tools. It's for mtk devices like yours. You will need the correct drivers. Look this up on XDA, there is a fair amount of risk involved. You MAY BRICK THE PHONE. I have a Canvas Knight,and the same problem occurred with me too. I finally gave up and chose an unrooted phone.
Samsung devices can usually be forced into download mode using a JIG. They are pretty simple and cheap to make. If your device has been soft-bricked this will almost always work. http://www.xda-developers.com/need-a-samsung-usb-jig-build-your-own/
Based on OP's clarification done in the comments below Izzy's answer, I propose the following solution if one's device is locked out and ADB is not enabled under Settings. Note that this method is tested on Stock Android 4.2.1 and Stock CM 12.0 (Android 5.0) , both devices having custom Recovery (ADB always enabled as default) . If your Stock Recovery ...
Details for that can be found in our usb-debugging tag-wiki (where I've just added them): By default, USB debugging is disabled with stock ROMs (some custom ROMs however have it enabled by default). To toggle it on or off, you can find the corresponding switch in Settings › Development – a section originally hidden with Android 4.2 and up. You can make ...
This may vary with the device, but on Nexus devices, as soon as you accept the bootloader unlock on your device after issusing fastboot oem unlock, the device is wiped so you would not be able to see the data in TWRP. This is evident because after issuing the fastboot oem unlock command to a Nexus device and confirming the operation on the device, the ...
What were you actually doing with your Phone? Did you try to install custom ROM/Recovery/Kernel/Mod and so on? I too have S3 GT-i9300 which is working fine after replacing my motherboard because I came across Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) in S3. If you are able to go to download mode then download the latest Stock version of S3 which is 4.3 JellyBean and ...
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