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RAW is just the archive format used by the Asus flasher (as opposed to ZIP, EXE, IMG, KDZ, etc.). If you're using the Asus flash tool (AFT) and you downloaded a .raw file, you should be all set. AFT does not support other formats. If you want to install the stock firmware as it comes from the official source (Asus website), then you wouldn't use AFT. The ...


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To fix the issue with the Stock recovery flashing over TWRP on the boot of the device I recommend trying the fastboot boot "pathtorecoveryimage" command. I have used this and haven't experienced any issues. So try the following: fastboot flash recovery "pathtorecoveryimage" fastboot boot "pathtorecoveryimage" 2.5 It may look like the device isn't doing ...


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Hey this happened to my mi4i too. *****USE THE ONLY SOFTWARES GIVEN IN THE LINK GIVEN AT THE END OF THIS POST***** BECAUSE IN GIVEN QUALCOMM DRIVERS WILL ONLY WORKS WITH MI4I GIVEN QCN FILE IS THE STOCK MI4I QCN FILE AND YOU WILL ONLY BE ABLE TO RESTORE IMEI INCLUDING NETWORK WITH THIS QCN FILE AND THE GIVEN IMEI WRITER IS ONLY WORKING IMEI WRITING SOFTWARE ...


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I fixed the issue all you need is to flash the firmware ROM. I was using a custom ROM so I used CWM recovery to install it. Here's a link that could help but DON'T wipe data/reset factory, otherwise you will lose all your data.


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Getting out of a bootloop What you want to do is to restore a working system partition. You have two options available. Option 1: Flashing a Custom ROM Your first option is to download a custom ROM on the XDA-developers forum. Make sure that the rom you've downloaded is for your specific model! Mount your SDcard and copy your ROM to the device OR use ...


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You can't install a firmware on a device that it isn't made for. This will (permanently) brick the device. However, there is an Xposed module called Android N-ify that will make your phone look like Android N. Root access is required.


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That means your device's eMMC is (Write Protected), Which means that it won't accept any changes you do, This is a common problem in MTK based devices, Actually you have to replace the eMMC chip by a new one, But you can also try this, Run SPFT and Load "Scatter" File, Go to "Format" tab, Don't mess with any options there, Click "Start" then Plug your ...



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