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Techno w4 wont turn on after connecting it in flash mode

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(11-09-2016, 01:37 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(11-09-2016, 02:50 AM)domingo237 Wrote: None of you understood me. For god sake read well before posting.
First I didn't flash my phone! Sp flash didn't do anything. Even the first step of flashing (da DL red bar) didn't start. The computer shows the phone but sp flash never managed to detect the phone (at the bottom right the specs of your phone ram ext ram emmc chips never shows). The progress bar never shows anything. I hope I m clear.
Secondly my problem was this: when you want to flash at the end of the process you have to remove the battery. How to do as techno w4 has a non removable battery. Is there a way to force switch off. Some kind of hard power off. Cuz I ve try classic way by pressing for 30s the power button with no success.

Envoyé de mon Lenovo A369i avec Hovatek mobile

I very well understood your post, check my first reply.

1. You need to know that once any Sp flash tool activity is interrupted (whether by you or an error), its enough to make the phone go dead...Yes, even mere detecting the phone. Visit the link in my first reply, it tells you what to do in a case like this, even for inbuilt batteries
2. No, you don't have to take out the battery. So far flashing was successful, you flashed the right firmware and battery isn't drained, pressing the power button is enough to boot .
Its also important you know that the interruption could have caused a battery drain
Could you please uploaded the needed variants


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(11-09-2016, 02:47 PM)ToluFash Wrote: Could you please uploaded the needed variants

As i said and am saying again. flashing is not what your phone needs.
See https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-808.html
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(11-08-2016, 02:30 PM)hovatek Wrote:
(11-08-2016, 12:52 PM)ToluFash Wrote: Not again, the same happened to me, its because you tried flashing the wrong TWRP and scatter file onto the phone, lemme guess, you got your phone probably 2 or 3 weeks ago, its a new variant of the tecno w4 and cannot be flashed with the older firmware. You need to pressure Hovatek to release the latest flashfiles for TEcno w4. Call me on this number 08075541623 so we can talk extensively. Please do not try flashing ur phone with any Stecno w4 stock rom found online.

Whats the build number (Settings > About) of this variant?

There are 5 versions,
W4-AW875A1-M-20160328
W4-AW875A1-M-20160603
W4-AW875A1-M-160808V2
W4-AW875A1-M-20160910
W4-AW875A1-M-20161028

The 4th is mine
thank you please. Is their a way of knowing variant when already dead(no display).
this is the info i could get when i remove the back cover 
*AW875_MB_PCB_V2.0
*AW875 A/ 1EBZ
*ZAW875AAA -P1. 2
*S/N: FYN12 (BARCODE ON BATTERY)
*A11 9007(QR CODE ON BATTERY)
i was flashing Twrp and it died ( trying to flash with rom in order to recovery my phone using sp flash tool i get error)
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(08-24-2017, 03:15 PM)bryan.khaukha Wrote: thank you please. Is their a way of knowing variant when already dead(no display).
this is the info i could get when i remove the back cover 
*AW875_MB_PCB_V2.0
*AW875 A/ 1EBZ
*ZAW875AAA -P1. 2
*S/N: FYN12 (BARCODE ON BATTERY)
*A11 9007(QR CODE ON BATTERY)
i was flashing Twrp and it died ( trying to flash with rom in order to recovery my phone using sp flash tool i get error)

create a new thread.. this is someone elses support thread
see https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-514.html for how to create a thread
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