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#1

Pls sir, I had my tecno m3 4.4 bricked. I downloaded the stock ROM, flashed it and it got stocked at boot showing just the tecno image, and wouldn't go further. I rebooted to recovery so that I'll restore factor setting, bt wen I got there all the options to select were:
no
no
no
no
no.

no place for yes. pls help me out. thanks


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#2
(11-11-2015, 01:02 PM)vicman Wrote: Pls sir, I had my tecno m3 4.4 bricked. I downloaded the stock ROM, flashed it and it got stocked at boot showing just the tecno image, and wouldn't go further. I rebooted to recovery so that I'll restore factor setting, bt wen I got there all the options to select were:
no
no
no
no
no.

no place for yes. pls help me out. thanks

Have you tried wiping emmc in factory mode (vol down + power)
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#3
This is what I saw. Pls check the attachment.

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#4
@vicman, its factory mode not RECOVERY MODE, you need to go to recovery mode, factory mode and recovery mode are completely different things, try to switch to recovery?
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#5
Alright sir, here is what I saw. Nothing like emmc @attatchment

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#6
(11-12-2015, 03:46 PM)vicman Wrote: Alright sir, here is what I saw. Nothing like emmc @attatchment

do you have ADB on your PC and can it detect the phone while in factory mode?
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#7
Yes sir, I have it now
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#8
(11-17-2015, 08:26 PM)vicman Wrote: Yes sir, I have it now

Connect the phone in factory mode then in adb, type 

Code:
adb devices
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#9
Using the adb terminal in mtk droid tool, this is what I [email protected]

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#10
(11-18-2015, 02:05 PM)vicman Wrote: Using the adb terminal in mtk droid tool, this is what I [email protected]

Try

Code:
adb reboot bootloader

If that doesn't get it into fastboot then you're looking at trying an alternative firmware
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