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[Tutorial] How to fix a totally dead MTK phone; wont come on, charge or show any sign of life


(04-16-2017, 02:58 PM)Omoboye Wrote: Create a new thread, see https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-514.html


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Hi,

I went to the link and followed the instructions which guided me better I post my issue under a thread that relevant to my issue.
I might not get it properly how to start a thread... You mean I should let this issue of mine stand alone in a completely new thread?
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Yes exactly its a lot easier to keep track of device issues while using separate threads and it keeps each thread clean and free from misunderstanding

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(05-14-2014, 03:07 AM)hovatek Wrote: * Note: This procedure is the same for all MTK Android phones (e.g Tecno, Gionee, Infinix, Opsson, Innjoo, TLC, Lead1 etc) but the backup files to be used differ

If you accidentally bricked your MTK phone through whatever means then see:
How to Unbrick / fix a bricked Tecno phone
How to Unbrick / fix a bricked Gionee phone

Some people; however, attempt unbricking / fixing their bricked MTK phones using either the wrong procedure or OS files. As a result, their devices get worse. The phones enter into a higher level of unbricking whereby, they don't even boot or charge any more, just dead. Even pressing the power button would have no effect in such a scenario. What has happened is called a corrupted or missing Preloader (preloader.bin).
We wont go into details about the function of the Preloader but one function - which you must've figured out by now - is that it helps make your MTK phone boot. To fix the problem of a Corrupted / missing Preloader, you'll need the following:

Tools needed

* Download SP Flash Tool
* PC
* USB Cord
* If you have access to a working phone of the same model then follow this guide @ //forum.hovatek.com/thread-468.html%20to%20make%20an%20MTK%20backup%20which%20should%20contain%20Preloader.bin%20and%20all%20other%20files%20you'll need
* If you don't have access to a working phone of the same model then download an MTK backup for your phone model @:

Tecno Stock ROMs
Gionee Stock ROMs
Infinix Stock ROMs
Opsson Stock ROMs

* If the MTK backup doesn't contain preloader.bin then download preloader.bin for your phone model ( Preloader.bin for Tecno phones only )


Procedure

* Using SP Flash Tool, flash the preloader.bin first (see SP Flash tool guide @ //forum.hovatek.com/thread-159.html%20).
* If flashing was successful then your phone should at least be able to vibrate when you press the power button or boot if the correct files are present on your phone; else, flash other necessary files to make the phone boot up and start working normally again.


Add preloader.bin for tecno Camoc CX Build CX-H501D1-N-170424V107. My phone is completly dead.
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(05-14-2014, 03:07 AM)hovatek Wrote: * Note: This procedure is the same for all MTK Android phones (e.g Tecno, Gionee, Infinix, Opsson, Innjoo, TLC, Lead1 etc) but the backup files to be used differ

If you accidentally bricked your MTK phone through whatever means then see:
How to Unbrick / fix a bricked Tecno phone
How to Unbrick / fix a bricked Gionee phone

Some people; however, attempt unbricking / fixing their bricked MTK phones using either the wrong procedure or OS files. As a result, their devices get worse. The phones enter into a higher level of unbricking whereby, they don't even boot or charge any more, just dead. Even pressing the power button would have no effect in such a scenario. What has happened is called a corrupted or missing Preloader (preloader.bin).
We wont go into details about the function of the Preloader but one function - which you must've figured out by now - is that it helps make your MTK phone boot. To fix the problem of a Corrupted / missing Preloader, you'll need the following:

Tools needed

* Download SP Flash Tool
* PC
* USB Cord
* If you have access to a working phone of the same model then follow this guide @ //forum.hovatek.com/thread-468.html%20to%20make%20an%20MTK%20backup%20which%20should%20contain%20Preloader.bin%20and%20all%20other%20files%20you'll need
* If you don't have access to a working phone of the same model then download an MTK backup for your phone model @:

Tecno Stock ROMs
Gionee Stock ROMs
Infinix Stock ROMs
Opsson Stock ROMs

* If the MTK backup doesn't contain preloader.bin then download preloader.bin for your phone model ( Preloader.bin for Tecno phones only )


Procedure

* Using SP Flash Tool, flash the preloader.bin first (see SP Flash tool guide @ //forum.hovatek.com/thread-159.html%20).
* If flashing was successful then your phone should at least be able to vibrate when you press the power button or boot if the correct files are present on your phone; else, flash other necessary files to make the phone boot up and start working normally again.


Add preloader.bin for tecno Camoc CX Build CX-H501D1-N-170424V107. My phone is completly dead.
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(05-14-2014, 03:07 AM)hovatek Wrote: * Note: This procedure is the same for all MTK Android phones (e.g Tecno, Gionee, Infinix, Opsson, Innjoo, TLC, Lead1 etc) but the backup files to be used differ

If you accidentally bricked your MTK phone through whatever means then see:
How to Unbrick / fix a bricked Tecno phone
How to Unbrick / fix a bricked Gionee phone

Some people; however, attempt unbricking / fixing their bricked MTK phones using either the wrong procedure or OS files. As a result, their devices get worse. The phones enter into a higher level of unbricking whereby, they don't even boot or charge any more, just dead. Even pressing the power button would have no effect in such a scenario. What has happened is called a corrupted or missing Preloader (preloader.bin).
We wont go into details about the function of the Preloader but one function - which you must've figured out by now - is that it helps make your MTK phone boot. To fix the problem of a Corrupted / missing Preloader, you'll need the following:

Tools needed

* Download SP Flash Tool
* PC
* USB Cord
* If you have access to a working phone of the same model then follow this guide @ //forum.hovatek.com/thread-468.html%20to%20make%20an%20MTK%20backup%20which%20should%20contain%20Preloader.bin%20and%20all%20other%20files%20you'll need
* If you don't have access to a working phone of the same model then download an MTK backup for your phone model @:

Tecno Stock ROMs
Gionee Stock ROMs
Infinix Stock ROMs
Opsson Stock ROMs

* If the MTK backup doesn't contain preloader.bin then download preloader.bin for your phone model ( Preloader.bin for Tecno phones only )


Procedure

* Using SP Flash Tool, flash the preloader.bin first (see SP Flash tool guide @ //forum.hovatek.com/thread-159.html%20).
* If flashing was successful then your phone should at least be able to vibrate when you press the power button or boot if the correct files are present on your phone; else, flash other necessary files to make the phone boot up and start working normally again.


Add preloader.bin for tecno Camoc CX Build CX-H501D1-N-170424V107. My phone is completly dead.
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(07-23-2017, 12:46 PM)dalid.daud Wrote: Add preloader.bin for tecno Camoc CX Build CX-H501D1-N-170424V107. My phone is completly dead.

Please stop flooding the Forum with the same request or we'll have to ban you permanently
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Please my tecno p5 plus is just vibrating and it's not responding to spam flash tool because of Tecno p5 stock rom. Instead of showing Mediatek preloader USB vcom it's showing USB universal serial bus and it won't install. Please help me out. What can I do
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(08-03-2017, 11:15 PM)sun.ayodele Wrote: Please my tecno p5 plus is just vibrating and it's not responding to spam flash tool because of Tecno p5 stock rom. Instead of showing Mediatek preloader USB vcom it's showing USB universal serial bus and it won't install. Please help me out. What can I do

create a new thread so we'll focus on this
see https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-514.html for how to create a thread
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