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[Please help] My MTN [email protected] 720i Won't Boot After I Changed Font

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(This post was last modified: 09-23-2015, 08:19 AM by Dhannyluv. Edit Reason: Needed to add few phone details )

I suppose I wanted to make my phone more customized, didn't know I was on the edge of bricking it. I wanted to change its font to italics. I googled it and found an app, "HiFont" which I downloaded and installed. I had some cool bold italics font (in .ttf format) that I was using with my blackberry curve 7 before that I loved. So I installed them using the "HiFont" app.

Truth is, I had installed Segeo UI bold italics.ttf successfully with the app and I had been using it. But I thought it was too simple so I went ahead to install Georgia Bold Italics.ttf. That was when the problem started. Since the app would restart the phone after installing the font, but this time I noticed that the MTN sound did not finish, then it stuck on boot (on the MTN logo). I removed the batter and re-inserted it but it still did the same.
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I even went to the bootloader (volume up + power key), clicked on factory reset and it showed reset successful. But still stuck on bootloop.
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PHONE DETAILS: Sorry I can't tell you more than it's MTN [email protected] 720i running on 4.2.2 since I can't go pass bootloop.
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NB: It was a rooted phone. Rooted with vRoot. Still on MTK though, not Cyanmod

* Please I kindly request for the permission to download MTN [email protected] 720i Stock Backup.

MY GMAIL: [email protected]


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#2
And yes. It was running on 4.2.2 MTK not CM
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#3
Please any Admin to help me? Let me know if I still have hope
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#4
(This post was last modified: 09-23-2015, 04:09 PM by hovatek. )
(09-23-2015, 07:35 AM)Dhannyluv Wrote: I suppose I wanted to make my phone more customized, didn't know I was on the edge of bricking it. I wanted to change its font to italics. I googled it and found an app, "HiFont" which I downloaded and installed. I had some cool bold italics font (in .ttf format) that I was using with my blackberry curve 7 before that I loved. So I installed them using the "HiFont" app.

Truth is, I had installed Segeo UI bold italics.ttf successfully with the app and I had been using it. But I thought it was too simple so I went ahead to install Georgia Bold Italics.ttf. That was when the problem started. Since the app would restart the phone after installing the font, but this time I noticed that the MTN sound did not finish, then it stuck on boot (on the MTN logo). I removed the batter and re-inserted it but it still did the same.
.
I even went to the bootloader (volume up + power key), clicked on factory reset and it showed reset successful. But still stuck on bootloop.
.
PHONE DETAILS: Sorry I can't tell you more than it's MTN [email protected] 720i running on 4.2.2 since I can't go pass bootloop.
.
NB: It was a rooted phone. Rooted with vRoot. Still on MTK though, not Cyanmod

* Please I kindly request for the permission to download MTN [email protected] 720i Stock Backup.

MY GMAIL: [email protected]

the easiest fix is to use Auto Font Unbricker @ https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-1063.html
if you wish to use the Stock ROM method then:
granted! download @ https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-1818.html and flash system.img (Android) using Sp flash tool @ https://forum.hovatek.com/thread-159.html
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Thank you for the reply. I have downloaded and done according to your tutorials. After I used the sp flash tool, it was successfully flashed. But my phone is still stucked at the MTN logo on boot (for over 20mins). Please what can I do?
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(09-24-2015, 02:55 PM)Dhannyluv Wrote: Thank you for the reply. I have downloaded and done according to your tutorials. After I used the sp flash tool, it was successfully flashed. But my phone is still stucked at the MTN logo on boot (for over 20mins). Please what can I do?

do a factory reset in recovery mode
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#7
Wow! Working perfectly. Thanks a bunch. You guys rock!
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