I have an android device (YotaPhone 2 actually) that is in continuously rebooting state with android logo showing on main screen.
When phone wasn't bricked then was possible to boot into official recovery with usual combination of buttons during startup. After bricking it is impossible to boot into recovery. But still possible to boot to "Downloading" state.
There is no alternative firmware or recovery. They haven't open source of kernel yet, so no CyanogenMod (or something similar) for my device. And therefore no custom recovery (except official one).
- I tried to flash several official firmwares (from this ftp) with official windows flasher (which off course based on fastboot). No result, still android logo and continuously rebooting.
- I tried to use fastboot and flash only recovery. No result.
- I tried to erase boot and force booting to recovery. No success.
What else ways do I have to unbrick my device?
P.S. Warranty repair isn't an option because I dropped it onto concrete floor and damaged both screens (LCD one and Eink one).
P.P.S. Payment repair also isn't an option because it costs almost as much as new phone in my case.