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[Tutorial] How to fix an MTK Android phone that wont come on after interrupting SP Flash tool

#31

I have revived my tecno p5 plus yesterday, I also returned infinix hot note to stock firmware after flashing a custom recovery n a custom lollipop firmware

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#32
Sir please what do u mean by Uninstall then re-install MTK preloader vcom drivers..Does it help to unbrick mtk devices that Got brick as a result of interrupted sp flash tool? And how does it work?
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#33
(10-06-2015, 07:41 PM)Drockstar Wrote: Sir please what do u  mean by Uninstall then re-install MTK preloader vcom drivers..Does it help to unbrick mtk devices that  Got  brick as a result of interrupted sp flash tool? And how does it work?

this step is just to ensure there are no MTK driver clashes. you can safely skip this step in most cases
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#34
mine is death
i dont know what to do . i am using infinix x507
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#35
(10-26-2015, 03:27 PM)socialite Wrote: mine is death
i dont know what to do . i am using infinix x507

you've been replied @ https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-9851.html

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#36
It helped

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#37
I was flashing something to my brother's tecno f8 and the process was interrupted. The phone did not come on anymore. However, when I connect it to the computer I hear the audio that it was recognized. I followed the instructions here and charged the battery with a desktop charger while I kept the empty Phone plugged in too. Few hours later, I put the battery in the phone and plugged it in, and the phone came on. Now, it is charging. I shall continue with my flashing later.

Just in case you happen to have a fix for a problem my brother's f8 has, it says HIGH RISK LOOPHOLE DETECTED. Some inappropriate apps gets downloaded of their own accord and the phone is more or less useless because different ads keeps popping up. I wanted to format the phone and reflash the stock rom if that will work. That was how all of this started. In case it didn't work, you got a fix?
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(This post was last modified: 12-28-2015, 12:56 PM by hovatek. )
(12-27-2015, 10:54 PM)Moody2times Wrote: Just in case you happen to have a fix for a problem my brother's f8 has, it says HIGH RISK LOOPHOLE DETECTED. Some inappropriate apps gets downloaded of their own accord and the phone is more or less useless because different ads keeps popping up. I wanted to format the phone and reflash the stock rom if that will work. That was how all of this started. In case it didn't work, you got a fix?

* format and reflashing ought to fix that
* where do you get that "high risk loophole detected" ?
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#39
(12-28-2015, 10:36 AM)X3non Wrote:
(12-27-2015, 10:54 PM)Moody2times Wrote: Just in case you happen to have a fix for a problem my brother's f8 has, it says HIGH RISK LOOPHOLE DETECTED. Some inappropriate apps gets downloaded of their own accord and the phone is more or less useless because different ads keeps popping up. I wanted to format the phone and reflash the stock rom if that will work. That was how all of this started. In case it didn't work, you got a fix?

* format and reflashing ought to fix that
* where do you get that "high risk loophole detected" ?
I don't know how my brother's f8 got the problem but I googled it and became aware that "HIGH RISK LOOPHOLE DETECTED" means your Android has been hacked. Well, formatting the phone and reflashing the stock rom worked for my brother's f8. Back to normal now, no longer says high risk loophole detected and unwanted apps no longer pop up and install themselves.
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#40
My infinix battery is not removable, please I need your help cos I have been Charging the phone for more than 32hrs now please help. Thanks.
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