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[Tutorial] SP Flash nvram partition.

#21

I tried the Mobile Uncle method but no success. Please send the D5 NVRAM backup, will you?

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#22
(03-06-2015, 05:39 PM)Benzalf Wrote: I tried the Mobile Uncle method but no success. Please send the D5 NVRAM backup, will you?

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attached below. flash using Sp flash tool
BTW, wat error did Mobile uncle give?

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.zip   [Hovatek] Tecno D5 nvram and secro.zip (Size: 8.17 KB / Downloads: 11)
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#23
The radio was already on!

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#24
What do I do with the secro.bin? I only know of the nvram?

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(03-07-2015, 11:49 AM)Benzalf Wrote: What do I do with the secro.bin? I only know of the nvram?

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also flash using sp flash tool. place both nvram and secro in the same folder as a scatter file then load the scatter file and both should appear ticked.
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#26
I flashed the secro.bin and I got this error:[Image: 430cc6699f154b506329d0743d46f525.jpg]
What does it mean? The nvram.bin flashed alright though!

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MTK Droid tool also says "Error: pttycmd1 device not found"!

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(03-10-2015, 02:27 PM)Benzalf Wrote: I flashed the secro.bin and I got this error:[Image: 430cc6699f154b506329d0743d46f525.jpg]
What does it mean? The nvram.bin flashed alright though!

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ignore flashing secro, its a compatibility error. in that case. try the MP0B_001 method again and lets know how it goes

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#29
Alright; I'll do that.

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#30
(This post was last modified: 02-15-2016, 12:45 PM by Benzalf. )
Hey, I managed to get my network.... working on my friend's D5!
I had flashed ROMs via SP flash tool so many times but just remained unyielding!
Well, to cut my yearlong story short, it was a matter of how I flashed the same ROM.
I had always loaded the scatter file, clicked the download button, then plugged in my network-bricked Tecno D5. But only yesterday, I flashed it by using the 'Format All + Download' option, clicked the download button, plugged the stubborn phone and it worked flawlessly!!!
Hope it does for you!! Chao!!!

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