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RE: Infinix Hot 3 (x554 16+1 A2) refuse to accept flash. - mrlone1997 - 12-07-2019

here is the link to the nvram file
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RE: Infinix Hot 3 (x554 16+1 A2) refuse to accept flash. - X3non - 13-07-2019

(12-07-2019, 05:10 PM)mrlone1997 Wrote:  Hey check this one out. That my friend sent a new finding to me that he tested on the phone.
He said somehow he was able to read the "phone info" with his box and even "read nvram" of the phone.
Nothing else worked with the phone on the box options beside these two option.
I don't know that became possible.
See bellow in the attachments.

It seems like i can't upload the nvram file. I will post with the link to that file

coincidentally, the build number of the firmware i sent you to flash matches whats on the phone. did you ever succeed in flashing the firmware or any of its files?
see this your reply @ https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-28276-post-171716.html#pid171716 ; what did you mean by "...at least made an attempt which the previous ones..."
and btw the nvram file you uploaded seems corrupt


RE: Infinix Hot 3 (x554 16+1 A2) refuse to accept flash. - mrlone1997 - 13-07-2019

(13-07-2019, 11:41 AM)X3non Wrote:  
(12-07-2019, 05:10 PM)mrlone1997 Wrote:  Hey check this one out. That my friend sent a new finding to me that he tested on the phone.
He said somehow he was able to read the "phone info" with his box and even "read nvram" of the phone.
Nothing else worked with the phone on the box options beside these two option.
I don't know that became possible.
See bellow in the attachments.

It seems like i can't upload the nvram file. I will post with the link to that file

coincidentally, the build number of the firmware i sent you to flashed matches whats on the phone. did you ever succeed in flashing the firmware or any of its files?
see this your reply @ https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-28276-post-171716.html#pid171716 ; what did you mean by "...at least made an attempt which the previous ones..."
and btw the nvram file you uploaded seems corrupt
As i said, I have successfully flashed the phone with firmware from this site before. But as it refuse to flash again given the same firmware, then i tried several firmwares from other sites including here without succeeding.

And what i meant by "...at least made an attempt which the previous ones..." is that, looking at the attachment below, the SP Flash tool stucked at "Download DA" but with the firmware you suggested, it got passed "Download DA" and stuck at "format 0%"

You mean looking at the nvram i uploaded, it's corrupted ???



RE: Infinix Hot 3 (x554 16+1 A2) refuse to accept flash. - hovatek - 14-07-2019

(12-07-2019, 05:10 PM)mrlone1997 Wrote:  Hey check this one out. That my friend sent a new finding to me that he tested on the phone.
He said somehow he was able to read the "phone info" with his box and even "read nvram" of the phone.
Nothing else worked with the phone on the box options beside these two option.
I don't know that became possible.
See bellow in the attachments.

It seems like i can't upload the nvram file. I will post with the link to that file

This sounds a bit comforting but one is still usually able to read info / backup phones with emmc issues. Flashing to it is the problem. At least we know the build number now.
1. Do you know how to use the memory write feature in SP flash tool?
2. Can you get access to a working phone of the same model. Maybe you could try backing it up in single (large) .bin format then try flashing to this phone instead of scatter format

It pretty much looks like a hardware issue


RE: Infinix Hot 3 (x554 16+1 A2) refuse to accept flash. - mrlone1997 - 15-07-2019

1. Not really, haven't done some before. Maybe with tutorials and guidance i can do it.
2. I think with time i will be able to get a working one with the same model. Then i guess in other to get .bin format we need to use
Miracle box right?? or if there's another tool for .bin backup, please let me know.
Thanks.


RE: Infinix Hot 3 (x554 16+1 A2) refuse to accept flash. - freshtyt - 15-07-2019

(15-07-2019, 04:54 PM)mrlone1997 Wrote:  1. Not really, haven't done some before. Maybe with tutorials and guidance i can do it.
2. I think with time i will be able to get a working one with the same model. Then i guess in other to get .bin format we need to use
    Miracle box right?? or if there's another tool for .bin backup, please let me know.
Thanks.

1. To enable write memory in sp flash tool, press 'Ctrl + Alt + V' to enabled advanced mode then click Window > Write Memory
select the file you want to flash, input the start address using the info from the scatter file

2. yes, miracle box can read in bin firmware, cm2mtk as well


RE: Infinix Hot 3 (x554 16+1 A2) refuse to accept flash. - mrlone1997 - 15-07-2019

(15-07-2019, 06:20 PM)freshtyt Wrote:  
(15-07-2019, 04:54 PM)mrlone1997 Wrote:  1. Not really, haven't done some before. Maybe with tutorials and guidance i can do it.
2. I think with time i will be able to get a working one with the same model. Then i guess in other to get .bin format we need to use
    Miracle box right?? or if there's another tool for .bin backup, please let me know.
Thanks.

1. To enable write memory in sp flash tool, press 'Ctrl + Alt + V' to enabled advanced mode then click Window > Write Memory
select the file you want to flash, input the start address using the info from the scatter file

2. yes, miracle box can read in bin firmware, cm2mtk as well
Hi @freshtyt thank you for your feedback.
1.When i loaded my scatter file in SP Flash tool, i went to Memory Test tab and there is no option to enter start address. And even if 
   it was to be, what partition start address should i put there?? As there no partition name by memory in the Android 
   scatter txt file.
2. cm2mtk noted..

See attachment of latest sp flash memory test screenshot.



Infinix Hot 3 (x554 16+1 A2) refuse to accept flash. - innagee - 16-07-2019

(15-07-2019, 10:05 PM)mrlone1997 Wrote:  
(15-07-2019, 06:20 PM)freshtyt Wrote:  
(15-07-2019, 04:54 PM)mrlone1997 Wrote:  1. Not really, haven't done some before. Maybe with tutorials and guidance i can do it.
2. I think with time i will be able to get a working one with the same model. Then i guess in other to get .bin format we need to use
    Miracle box right?? or if there's another tool for .bin backup, please let me know.
Thanks.

1. To enable write memory in sp flash tool, press 'Ctrl + Alt + V' to enabled advanced mode then click Window > Write Memory
select the file you want to flash, input the start address using the info from the scatter file

2. yes, miracle box can read in bin firmware, cm2mtk as well
Hi @freshtyt thank you for your feedback.
1.When i loaded my scatter file in SP Flash tool, i went to Memory Test tab and there is no option to enter start address. And even if 
   it was to be, what partition start address should i put there?? As there no partition name by memory in the Android 
   scatter txt file.
2. cm2mtk noted..

See attachment of latest sp flash memory test screenshot.

Not memory test, Write memory
To enable write memory function press Ctrl + Alt + V


RE: Infinix Hot 3 (x554 16+1 A2) refuse to accept flash. - mrlone1997 - 17-07-2019

Hi, i found the feature "write memory" but unfortunately the same nightmare.
It just stuck and after 51 seconds it gives an error.
See attachment below..


RE: Infinix Hot 3 (x554 16+1 A2) refuse to accept flash. - freshtyt - 18-07-2019

(17-07-2019, 06:37 PM)mrlone1997 Wrote:  Hi, i found the feature "write memory" but unfortunately the same nightmare.
It just stuck and after 51 seconds it gives an error.
See attachment below..

your file path should point to the file you're trying to write e.g recovery.img and not scatter file
if you're writing recovery then the begin address will be the start address for that recovery partition in the scatter file