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[Please help] My oppo R819 got bootloop and now it's dead

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My oppo R819 got boot loop last night after the alarm rang while the phone was off. I flashed it with SP Flash Tool v5, installed MTK USB VCOM and downloaded firmware for my phone. i followed tutorial on the internet and i got an error because i checked the preloader (before i realized i followed the wrong tutorial, they didn't warn me to unchecked it). 
then my phone got bricked, won't boot up or charging and my laptop doesn't recognize the USB device any longer. I've been charging it for 10 hours but it still dead (i follow the instruction in https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-808.html). My phone's battery is unremovable.
Sorry for my bad english. Please help.


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(12-07-2015, 10:15 AM)ranysella Wrote: My oppo R819 got boot loop last night after the alarm rang while the phone was off. I flashed it with SP Flash Tool v5, installed MTK USB VCOM and downloaded firmware for my phone. i followed tutorial on the internet and i got an error because i checked the preloader (before i realized i followed the wrong tutorial, they didn't warn me to unchecked it). 
then my phone got bricked, won't boot up or charging and my laptop doesn't recognize the USB device any longer. I've been charging it for 10 hours but it still dead (i follow the instruction in https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-808.html). My phone's battery is unremovable.
Sorry for my bad english. Please help.

1. Are you certain you downloaded the correct firmware?
2. Does the PC make a sound when you connect the phone?
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(12-07-2015, 05:48 PM)hovatek Wrote: 1. Are you certain you downloaded the correct firmware?
2. Does the PC make a sound when you connect the phone?

1. At first i downloaded it from oppo(dot)com, but the SP Flash Tool gave an error message that the scatter file format is error. Then i downloaded from oppo(dot)vi8(dot)info and got the tutorial 

2. No, it doesn't. Just a message, said "USB Device Not Recognized" 
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(This post was last modified: 12-08-2015, 06:31 PM by hovatek. )
(12-08-2015, 12:56 PM)ranysella Wrote: 1. At first i downloaded it from oppo(dot)com, but the SP Flash Tool gave an error message that the scatter file format is error. Then i downloaded from oppo(dot)vi8(dot)info and got the tutorial 

2. No, it doesn't. Just a message, said "USB Device Not Recognized" 

Take out the battery then slot back in.
Leave to charge a bit then repeat flashing.
If it persists, try using another USB cord and PC
Refer to https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-808.html
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(12-08-2015, 06:30 PM)hovatek Wrote: Take out the battery then slot back in.
Leave to charge a bit then repeat flashing.
If it persists, try using another USB cord and PC
Refer to https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-808.html

I already told you before, my battery is unremovable. i can't open it.
And i did follow that thread, i've been charging it for almost 2 days now. either with my laptop or wall charger.
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(12-09-2015, 03:43 AM)ranysella Wrote: I already told you before, my battery is unremovable. i can't open it.
And i did follow that thread, i've been charging it for almost 2 days now. either with my laptop or wall charger.

the battery is inbuilt, not unremovable. look for videos on how to remove the battery or have a technician do it for you. thats the fastest fix
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