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[Please help] hard bricked android unremovable battery

#1

hi hovatek Im having problem on my gionee m3 while flashing my stock rom using sp flash tool v3 when it reach around 36% it stopped and it doesn't continue it take more than 1 hour at 36% i just disconnected the phone and retry the flashing but its not even detected by the computer it has no life sign and the main problem is that battery is non removable & sp flash tool is not detecting it pls help me out? if is there any hope im waiting.



im sure that :-
i have installed usb vcom drivers (un install & re install)
im using the original working stock rom
36% stucked no sign of life
no sign of life
non removable battery

you are the only one who can help me out.....


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#2
I have experience similar issue like that, try flash it using preloader. Bin only, unmark any other file and flash it with only preloader bin, at list it can vibrate after that process then u can flash it with other files, if that didn't work, try to open the fone remove the battery clip and put it back, boost it if the battery is low. Gud luck, hovatek hope am not passing my bindery?

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#3
(12-15-2015, 09:02 PM)Sale babaji Wrote: hi hovatek Im having problem on my gionee m3 while flashing my stock rom using sp flash tool v3 when it reach around 36% it stopped and it doesn't continue it take more than 1 hour at 36% i just disconnected the phone and retry the flashing but its not even detected by the computer it has no life sign and the main problem is that battery is non removable & sp flash tool is not detecting it pls help me out? if is there any hope im waiting.



im sure that :-
i have installed usb vcom drivers (un install & re install)
im using the original working stock rom
36% stucked no sign of life
no sign of life
non removable battery

you are the only one who can help me out.....

the fastest fix is to have the battery taken out and reinserted. A slower fix is to keep charging till you see the charging sign. see https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-808.html
use SP version 5 @ https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-159.html once you see the charging sign
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#4
im glad to hear that my phone can be revived................

and I'm still panic and think that because the partition (system files) are bad it will not be detected by PC


by the way because of incomplete partitions how will it show any sign of life.......

I'm still panic
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#5
pls tell me its urgent
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#6
(12-19-2015, 11:01 AM)Sale babaji Wrote: im glad to hear that my phone can be revived................

and I'm still panic and think that because the partition (system files) are bad it will not be detected by PC


by the way because of incomplete partitions how will it show any sign of life.......

I'm still panic

corrupt system partition has no buisness with your phone showing sign of life

as hovatek said charge until you see the charging sign (which is a sign of life).. then you flash using spft v5
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#7
Oh my god I'm still charging but it don't even get detected by the computer........
Is that not the problem of hardware?
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#8
Please help me out


I'm yet to give up...

I opened the phone and remove the battery again no sign of life
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#9
Please help me out


I'm yet to give up...

I opened the phone and detach the battery again no sign of life


Even no sound from the pc.
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#10
(12-20-2015, 12:14 PM)Sale babaji Wrote: Please help me out


I'm yet to give up...

I opened the phone and remove the battery again no sign of life

You're to remove the battery and slot  it back in. 
Connect the phone to charge for 1 hour then try flashing
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