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Have you tried formatting the device using SPFlash tool. If not , do so. If you have followed usual safety rules for flashing you should have your original ROM backups through nandroid. Re-flash them after successfully partitioning the device. The usual procedure is to flash recovery.take nandroid backup, flash your choice of rom. For now please keep device ...


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Since you can neither boot the phone nor access recovery or bootloader, you can try the following1. Download latest SP Flash tool. 2. Download this stock ROM: S9201_4.2_MP_F3F8_B1_IN_MMX_13_FLASHER_USER.zip 3. Extract it, open flash_tool.exe and load the scatter file 4. Now connect your phone and flash by clicking 'Download'. Source: [Upd Stock ROM] [MMX ...


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I read the following procedure should work. LG Shine II Power off the phone completely. Press and hold (in this order) Volume Up+Volume Down+Home+Power, until you see the Android character and a box-unloading animation. LG Sunrise L15G Power off the phone completely press and hold the Volume Down and Power button together for a couple ...


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To solve this you can do it like this: Create an empty zip file (and name it, for example "sideload"). Install adb drivers (adb setup 1.4.2 for example) or MTKdroid tools. Open CMD (or open MTK droid tools and click on "adb terminal") Type "adb sideload + the directory name of the empty zip file ("sideload.zip" for example) Like this: adb sideload ...


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You can reset your device from Settings->Backup & Reset. Or otherwise if your device is in 'locked' state and you have forgetten PIN you can use your google account on the device to unlock it. you will only need you google account password for that. There is no maximum attempts to unlock the device.


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recovery of deleted contents stored in the internal storage is difficult at the best of times and darn near impossible the rest. The issue lies in how you access the storage medium without root is impossible to my knowledge to access the storage space as a raw partition for use with data recovery tools. As with all recovery the more you use the device the ...


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If you have access to a custom recovery, just flash any ROM for Galaxy Tab 3 10.1 If your phone doesn't even boot, try flashing the stock image using ODIN. This might help: [HOW-TO] Unbrick Galaxy Tab 3 10.1


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just press the same combination of keys again. as i did. mobile got switched off immediately and restart it in normal way.


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If you are modifying the system directory you have root. If you have root, the device came pre-rooted or you used a one click method or you have a custom recovery installed. If you have a custom recovery installed the approach is to boot to recovery and connect the device to pc. Open a terminal and run adb shell mount /system. Then run adb pull ...


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Expanding on Naftuli Tzvi Kay's answer above... well, that answer got me to the right place, but my phone (CM11 / i9300) didn't have a recovery command, and the wipe command didn't have an option to disable encryption. So I did it manually from looking at the comments in the source code for the recovery command (file linked from the answer linked in the ...


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I'll share the solution that worked for me in case anyone else runs on the same issue since the documentation for this phone is marginal. First you need to download the Original ROM, not so hard to find it I don't have the current links else I'll share them. Then download SP flash-tool Simply Flash the phone using the tool, I followed this instructions ...


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I am not familiar with the system/etc/parameters directory. What you have done is altered the system configurations that appear to be used at boot. You would have needed to install a custom recovery when you rooted your device. Fastboot is ,in essence ,the equivalent of that recovery except it is included in the Android SDK(Software Development Kit).Most ...


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Ahh, since you have no knowledge regarding rooting and all I'll just explain in the simplest form. Imagine that you have bought a laptop from HP which Congress preloaded with a windows installation and some pre-stuff, I assume that a normal person would't be bothered by it and the extra useless stuff they install on your laptop. They prevent you from ...


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Status 6 often refers to a problem within the updater script. Be sure to save it in unix format. I mostly use notepad++ to edit those files. notepad++ > edit > EOL conversion > UNIX format Also make sure there is an empty line on the end of the script. So if the script has 112 lines, the 113 should be empty. Status 7 means that the rom is incompatible ...


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Bootloader The low level implementation of a system which can be used to flash software onto your phones partitions. Often used to flash root privileges or Stock Roms. Recovery The recovery is an other system used to manage/wipe/reformat your partitions. TWRP refers to a custom Recovery which allows you to install custom roms in a zip format. The ...


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If your sister has access to Google account, she can try the Android Device Manager and do a "Lock and Erase". You may need to enable Lock and Erase first. https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/6160500


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You said "I have an issue, my device won't boot in recovery. help me!" all ways, I know to boot it into Recovery are adb reboot recovery under device settings -> developer options -> enable extended reboot menu (don't know how it is exactly named, my device is does not use English localisation) then do a long press on your power button, select reboot, ...


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Especially for Galaxy S2. I stuck with Cyanogen Recovery for a couple of days. Neither Rashr nor Flashify worked for me. In the end, reflashing a TWRP kernel (Apollo 9 light) with Flash Gordon did the trick.


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I know I'm late with this answer, but for the future readers, you can unlock your bootloader on-the-fly with an app. Assuming you have root access and a standard unlockable bootloader (fastboot oem unlock), you can use Trickster MOD. You can see its XDA thread for more info. Look under the "Tool" sub-menu and toggle "Bootloader Lock State". If you're even ...


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I had the same problem, and I fixed it this way: Format your Android using SP Flash Tool Flash stock ROM Download Maui Meta 3G version 6.1308.0, and connect your device via Meta mode (no need to root) Select Update Parameter option → check all boxes → save it Done!


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No need to unroot or to flash stock recovery. I dont have the link to the LTE version, but this is for the WIFI ONLY tablet, you can download the OTA from here. And flash using your favorite custom recovery. I did this last night and I flashed it through TWRP no problems, It took a little longer than normal to flash, but it did go through after about ~3 ...



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