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MT6572 when you run Boot Error
#1

Good day!
In General this problem, there is a Chinese table
lenovo Model: S6000 D
Processor Model: MT6572 (MTK6582 1.5 GHz fake)
Operating System: Android 4.2
Display resolution: 1280x720
Tablet Data Capacity: 32GB
Memory Capacity: 2GB
Cell Capacity:6500
Network Communiction: Built-in 3G,Bluetooth,Wifi
Screen Size: 10"
Extend Port: DC Jack,Earphone Jack,OTG,SD Card,TF card,USB
Camera: Second Webcam
Touch Screen Type: Capacitive Screen
Processor Main Frequency: Quad Core
Feature: GPS,Multi Touch,HDMI,G Sensor,Phone Call,FM,OTG,Ultra Slim,Dual Cameras
Front Webcam Pixels: Front 2.0 MP+Back 5.0 M
d101_mb_v2.0

After formatting and firmware started to give the error message when you start Boot error!!!!
There is a backup with similar tablets. With different backups produces two different error, Boot Error and decrypt failed boot error. When the firmware flash Tulum and JLinkTool error does not issue. Changed different version of the flasher, not helps


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#2
(01-15-2015, 04:13 PM)neoxlam Wrote: Good day!
In General this problem, there is a Chinese table
lenovo Model: S6000 D
Processor Model: MT6572 (MTK6582 1.5 GHz fake)
Operating System: Android 4.2
Display resolution: 1280x720
Tablet Data Capacity: 32GB
Memory Capacity: 2GB
Cell Capacity:6500
Network Communiction: Built-in 3G,Bluetooth,Wifi
Screen Size: 10"
Extend Port: DC Jack,Earphone Jack,OTG,SD Card,TF card,USB
Camera: Second Webcam
Touch Screen Type: Capacitive Screen
Processor Main Frequency: Quad Core
Feature: GPS,Multi Touch,HDMI,G Sensor,Phone Call,FM,OTG,Ultra Slim,Dual Cameras
Front Webcam Pixels: Front 2.0 MP+Back 5.0 M
d101_mb_v2.0

After formatting and firmware started to give the error message when you start Boot error!!!!
There is a backup with similar tablets. With different backups produces two different error, Boot Error and decrypt failed boot error. When the firmware flash Tulum and JLinkTool error does not issue. Changed different version of the flasher, not helps

having difficulty understanding you but that should be fixed by asking you some questions
I understand you have a phone that's bricked (specs listed above) and you get Boot error or Decryption failed whenever you flash a backup you made to the phone. is this correct?
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#3
Sorry for my English.
The tablet after formatting and installing not original firmware when booting began to fail.
No original firmware, only have backup and upgrade
When I change when flashing uboot.bin to another, then when loading the tablet appears another error decrypt failed boot error
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#4
(01-15-2015, 07:01 PM)neoxlam Wrote: Sorry for my English.
The tablet after formatting and installing not original firmware when booting began to fail.
No original firmware, only have backup and upgrade
When I change when flashing uboot.bin to another, then when loading the tablet appears another error decrypt failed boot error

ok. Now, the backup(s) you have, are they from a phone of the exact model?
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#5
Yes, with a similar model.
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#6
(01-15-2015, 07:39 PM)neoxlam Wrote: Yes, with a similar model.

it needs to be exact model.
how exactly did you make the backup?
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#7
(01-15-2015, 10:04 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(01-15-2015, 07:39 PM)neoxlam Wrote: Yes, with a similar model.

it needs to be exact model.
how exactly did you make the backup?

A copy was made from the same plate with the aid of SP flash tools

boot.img
files.md5
firmware.info
lk.bin
logo.bin
mount.info
MT6572_Android_scatter.txt
nodl_custom.ext4.img
nodl_custom.ext4.tar
nodl_protect_f.ext4.img
nodl_protect_f.ext4.tar
nodl_protect_s.ext4.img
nodl_protect_s.ext4.tar
nvram.bin
phone.info
recovery.img
secro.img
system.ext4.img
system.ext4.tar
userdata_nvram_only.tar
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#8
(01-16-2015, 09:22 AM)neoxlam Wrote: A copy was made from the same plate with the aid of SP flash tools

boot.img
files.md5
firmware.info
lk.bin
logo.bin
mount.info
MT6572_Android_scatter.txt
nodl_custom.ext4.img
nodl_custom.ext4.tar
nodl_protect_f.ext4.img
nodl_protect_f.ext4.tar
nodl_protect_s.ext4.img
nodl_protect_s.ext4.tar
nvram.bin
phone.info
recovery.img
secro.img
system.ext4.img
system.ext4.tar
userdata_nvram_only.tar

From the logcat of someone who had a similar issue, the problem is likely from boot.img. we're currently investigating it. Do you have any boot.img unpack - repack tool?
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#9
I realized, no I did not have before it
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#10
(01-16-2015, 10:43 AM)neoxlam Wrote: I realized, no I did not have before it

we're working on this same issue with another forum member experiencing the same. we'll keep you posted.
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