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I bought a Huawei Honor 5C Pro phone 2 years back and so far it had been working well. Two nights back, the phone shut down because of empty battery and I slept without putting it on charge.

The next morning, I started to charge it but the red light started blinking continuously for some time. Then, the honor logo was repeatedly flashing on and off without it reaching the lock screen.After every two or three times of flashing honor logo, it flashes emui with reboot,factory reset and clear partition cache options but it doesn't stop for me to choose any option.

This bootloop happens continuously while it is charging and if I remove it from charging, it still bootloops and doesn't shutdown no matter what. It bootloops until all battery is drained and then shuts down.

Only one time did it open while charge was 10% but after that, it shut down and hasn't stopped bootlooping.

Please help me get back control of the phone or atleast recover the data stored on the phone's ROM

It is running on Android which came preinstalled with the phone.

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  • A Huawei phone, not rooted or unlocked and non-working? I don't see a chance to recover your data (most likely user data is also encrypted). If you are lucky the phone works again after factory reset.
    – Robert
    Oct 16 '20 at 14:55
  • @Robert can this (tenorshare.com/android-recovery/…) work? Also, someone recommended to keep the phone in the freezer for some time which stops it from bootlooping for a couple of minutes. Like I said, I just need the data stored on the ROM.
    – diyuomb
    Oct 16 '20 at 16:01
  • Before asking such question if "can such work" check the list of supported devices, where your device obviously misses. In any way I would only use such a tool on a separate PC that has just been installed for this purpose and directly afterwards is erased again, because most of those tools are trojans or contain malicious code.
    – Robert
    Oct 16 '20 at 16:09

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