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How to flash Clockworkmod to a bricked MTK Android phone

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(This post was last modified: 08-29-2014, 11:22 AM by hovatek. )

In this guide, we'll be discussing a quick method of installing Clockworkmod to a bricked MTK (e.g Tecno, Gionee, Infinix, Oppson, Innjoo, Lead1, TLC etc) phone.

* Note that the procedure is the same for MTK based Android phones but the files differ.

Requirements

1. Download MTK droid tools

1b. Download PdaNet

2. Download Boot.img for your exact phone model :

Boot.img for Tecno
Boot.img for Infinix
Boot.img for Gionee

3. Bricked phone

4. Download Clockworkmod Recovery image for your exact phone model:

Clockworkmod recovery image for Tecno
Clockworkmod recovery image for Gionee
Clockworkmod recovery image for Infinix

5. PC
6. USB cord

Procedure

1. Boot the bricked phone into Factory Mode (Volume down + Power button)
2. Connect the bricked phone to PC
2b. Install PdaNet on PC (If you have a working phone of the same model then connect it to PC with USB debugging enabled for this step, else just use the bricked one.)
3. Launch MTK droid tools
4. MTK should display the bricked phone's details by the left
5. The box at the bottom should be yellow
6. Click Root at the bottom of MTK and select Yes if prompted
7. A green bar should load and the yellow box should become green
8. Click on the root,backup,recovery tab
9. Tick 'To install already prepared files'
10. click Recovery and Boot
11. In the first window that appears, select the boot.img you downloaded from above
12. In the second window, select the clockworkmod recovery image you downloaded from above
13. Click Yes to every prompt you get
14. The bricked phone should now boot into clockworkmod recovery


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(04-08-2014, 08:09 PM)hovatek Wrote: 3. Launch MTK droid tools then connect the bricked phone

Should the bricked fne вє off with battery or ON or off and without battery ..cos. mtkd isn't detecting the fne ..and the fne doesn't seem тσ have factory mode ..device model is t.M7
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(08-07-2014, 04:01 PM)X3non Wrote: Should the bricked fne вє off with battery or ON or off and without battery ..cos. mtkd isn't detecting the fne ..and the fne doesn't seem тσ have factory mode ..device model is t.M7
I assume the M7 is bricked. Switch off the phone (with battery inside) and boot into factory mode (volume decrease + power button) , when the phone enters factory mode (Chinese writing), connect it to PC then launch MTK droid tools. The phone's details should now be displayed. If not, then you've probably not installed drivers using pdanet. We have M7 MTK backup for you whenever you need download permission ( for SP Flash tool method if it gets down to that)
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(08-07-2014, 04:13 PM)hovatek Wrote: I assume the M7 is bricked. Switch off the phone (with battery inside) and boot into factory mode (volume decrease + power button) , when the phone enters factory mode (Chinese writing), connect it to PC then launch MTK droid tools. The phone's details should now be displayed. If not, then you've probably not installed drivers using pdanet. We have M7 MTK backup for you whenever you need download permission ( for SP Flash tool method if it gets down to that)

The m7 is bricked ..and ι have created cwm backup with another m7 ..buh the bricked m7 doesn't seem тσ have factory mode ..or should ι flash in cwm recovery using spft?
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(08-07-2014, 05:02 PM)X3non Wrote: The m7 is bricked ..and ι have created cwm backup with another m7 ..buh the bricked m7 doesn't seem тσ have factory mode ..or should ι flash in cwm recovery using spft?

ok. but flash only recovery, untick the rest
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(08-07-2014, 06:50 PM)hovatek Wrote: ok. but flash only recovery, untick the rest

Тнαηкѕ, wanted тσ вє extra sure before ι proceed
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bro is there for scatter file
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my m3 is brickd wit out i havin dis cwm in de phone...so dis thread i saw here inputin cwm in brickd phone.. if i did dis 2my device wil come back to its normal form....
cos its not easy to persuade my pal who v de same model of phone...and d stock rom which u guys gave me permission to downld its 2much.
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(10-15-2014, 08:26 AM)EMILEO90 Wrote: my m3 is brickd wit out i havin dis cwm in de phone...so dis thread i saw here inputin cwm in brickd phone.. if i did dis 2my device wil come back to its normal form....
cos its not easy to persuade my pal who v de same model of phone...and d stock rom which u guys gave me permission to downld its 2much.

You're supposed to use this method @  http://forum.hovatek.com/thread-455.html . The method above is only for when you get a particular error when using the method in the link I gave you

 
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MTMTK droid tool does not respond after detecting the phone in factory mode. How can I fix this issue friends ?
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