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Infinix Note 2 not Detecting Signal

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(01-13-2017, 10:06 AM)hovatek Wrote:
(01-12-2017, 10:32 PM)wilfem Wrote: Please, in case I later lay my hands on another working X600, what and what do I do on it, so as to make the other one work?
Please do let me know.
Thanks in advance for your assistance.

You flash TWRP to both phones.
Backup only Secro & NVRAM from the working one and restore to yours (both via TWRP)
Thanks so much for your response and assistance, I so much appreciate it. But for the successful backup and restoration of the Secro & NVRAM, must the 2 phones be on the same firmware build? Or the build version doesn't matter ?


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(01-13-2017, 12:40 PM)wilfem Wrote: Thanks so much for your response and assistance, I so much appreciate it. But for the successful backup and restoration of the Secro & NVRAM, must the 2 phones be on the same firmware build? Or the build version doesn't matter ?

Build doesn't matter, so far you stick with just secro and nvram
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(01-13-2017, 10:06 AM)hovatek Wrote:
(01-12-2017, 10:32 PM)wilfem Wrote: Please, in case I later lay my hands on another working X600, what and what do I do on it, so as to make the other one work?
Please do let me know.
Thanks in advance for your assistance.

You flash TWRP to both phones.
Backup only Secro & NVRAM from the working one and restore to yours (both via TWRP)

For me to successfully use TWRP to do this, Please, I'd like to ask if ROOTING is needed, or I can just go ahead without rooting the 2 devices. Thanks and may God bless you mightily.
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(01-16-2017, 07:32 PM)wilfem Wrote: For me to successfully use TWRP to do this, Please, I'd like to ask if ROOTING is needed, or I can just go ahead without rooting the 2 devices. Thanks and may God bless you mightily.

You do not have to root
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(01-17-2017, 08:57 AM)hovatek Wrote:
(01-16-2017, 07:32 PM)wilfem Wrote: For me to successfully use TWRP to do this, Please, I'd like to ask if ROOTING is needed, or I can just go ahead without rooting the 2 devices. Thanks and may God bless you mightily.

You do not have to root

I did exactly as you said. Was able to flash TWRP on both the working and the problematic one. Later made backup of NVRAM and Secro, then successfully restored it to the problematic one, but painfully still, NO SIGNAL, yet it'll display the the 2 network names.
I later took my time to back up everything on the working phone and gave back to the owner. So please, what can I do to make it bring out the signals and work?
Thanks for your unwavering support.

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(01-17-2017, 01:59 PM)wilfem Wrote: I did exactly as you said. Was able to flash TWRP on both the working and the problematic one. Later made backup of NVRAM and Secro, then successfully restored it to the problematic one, but painfully still, NO SIGNAL, yet it'll display the the 2 network names.
I later took my time to back up everything on the working phone and gave back to the owner. So please, what can I do to make it bring out the signals and work?
Thanks for your unwavering support.

Why not downgrade back to Lollipop to see if the problem is solved while in Lollipop.
Make sure you only flash a ROM that matches your Build Number
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(01-17-2017, 07:13 PM)maxpayne Wrote:
(01-17-2017, 01:59 PM)wilfem Wrote: I did exactly as you said. Was able to flash TWRP on both the working and the problematic one. Later made backup of NVRAM and Secro, then successfully restored it to the problematic one, but painfully still, NO SIGNAL, yet it'll display the the 2 network names.
I later took my time to back up everything on the working phone and gave back to the owner. So please, what can I do to make it bring out the signals and work?
Thanks for your unwavering support.

Why not downgrade back to Lollipop to see if the problem is solved while in Lollipop.
Make sure you only flash a ROM that matches your Build Number
Thank you Maxpayne for your response. I've actually downgraded it back to the 5.1 lollipop it was before the flash, and yet the problem sitll persists. That was even before I tried the backup and restore option, as I was advised by the Hovatek guru
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(01-17-2017, 01:59 PM)wilfem Wrote: I did exactly as you said. Was able to flash TWRP on both the working and the problematic one. Later made backup of NVRAM and Secro, then successfully restored it to the problematic one, but painfully still, NO SIGNAL, yet it'll display the the 2 network names.
I later took my time to back up everything on the working phone and gave back to the owner. So please, what can I do to make it bring out the signals and work?
Thanks for your unwavering support.

This seems like a minor Hardware issue.
On some models, there's a cable that joins the upper section of the Motherboard to the lower section. Changing or disconnecting and reconnecting this cable has fixed two cases I've encountered.
You should have the phone looked at by an experienced hardware technician
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(This post was last modified: 01-18-2017, 12:19 PM by wilfem. )
(01-18-2017, 10:01 AM)hovatek Wrote:
(01-17-2017, 01:59 PM)wilfem Wrote: I did exactly as you said. Was able to flash TWRP on both the working and the problematic one. Later made backup of NVRAM and Secro, then successfully restored it to the problematic one, but painfully still, NO SIGNAL, yet it'll display the the 2 network names.
I later took my time to back up everything on the working phone and gave back to the owner. So please, what can I do to make it bring out the signals and work?
Thanks for your unwavering support.

This seems like a minor Hardware issue.
On some models, there's a cable that joins the upper section of the Motherboard to the lower section. Changing or disconnecting and reconnecting this cable has fixed two cases I've encountered.
You should have the phone looked at by an experienced hardware technician


Okay, but which of the cable precisely? Is it the one underneath the battery?
Attached is the hardware section of the phone after carefully loosing it, with the cable connections

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(01-18-2017, 12:18 PM)wilfem Wrote: Okay, but which of the cable precisely? Is it the one underneath the battery?
Attached is the hardware section of the phone after carefully loosing it, with the cable connections

The picture isn't so clear.
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