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OEM device-info? I found plenty of confirmation of what I suspected which is a corrupted bootloader. Look at Google issue here, here, and here. OK what you need to do is. Download a factory OTA for your device.Here is a collection of OTA's but verify md5 to be sure. Take OTA for the OS you currently have get the upgrade. Based on your other post recovery ...


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This worked on my Doogee Valencia2 Y100Pro Install and Open app "Hidden Android Settings" (by 0Alex) Select choose and open "RadioInfo" Move to Last option "TOGGLE DNS CHECK" mine read "0.0.0.0 not allowed" press the "TOGGLE DNS CHECK" so that it displays "0.0.0.0 Allowed" That's it - my mobile data worked, I hope it works for you


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What does Flashtool do? Your CPU is made by a chinese company called MediaTek and they have released a tool to flash stuff on devices that use their chip called SP Flashtool. So this tool does what it says. It flashes data onto your phone, and where and what data is flashed is determined by the scatter file your provide(where) and the files you open in ...


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Don't take a risk until stable version of android M is released. And you also want to recover it to your original firmware. locking-bootloader will make it difficult for you!


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You may find stock firmware for your model on SamMobile from this link. This site is also a good source for firmware for most Samsung Mobiles. Just search for your model here. Do take note however that you have to register for a free account before you can start downloading. Optionally, upgrade to a premium account faster download speed.


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To backup your phone, first you have to root it. Depends on your Android version, root method is different. After you root your device, you can backup your DRM keys in TA partition with this app. After you backup your TA partition, you are good to unlock BL. If you want to use your DRM keys again, relock BL and restore TA partition. (Unlocking BL delete ...


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Your bootloader needs to be unlocked for you to install a custom OS. Keep in mind, unlocking bootloader will most-likely void your warrenty. And I think you also will stop receiving any future OS upgrades from your manufactures/carrier.


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It depends on the manufacturer and the android version most likely. When there are new system updates, there are also often new bootloader versions available. Those are automatically updated to run on the newest software and provide support for the new android version. The installation of older software packages is often restricted by the newer bootloader. ...


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Instructions: Download the Key root Master MOD. I uploaded it to my Google Website here. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and download the "Install.apk Sideload the APK Click the second button Mulai Root and a popup will show Click the button that says root and another popup will show button in purple with 2 buttons (one red and one purple) Click ...


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Ok use Motorola root toolkit, http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2154995 From here and give try to mfastboot-v2, http://forum.xda-developers.com/attachment.php?attachmentid=2427667, then post your results.


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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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