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ZTE Blade Bricked.. NEED HELP..

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I think i have hard bricked my ZTE Blade :( .At first was able to boot in cloclkworkmod recovery,but now it just shows the dell logo does not go any further,can anybody help me with this one.I do have Moldovan Mile High Mountain Pie on my sd card.please guide me what to do ...

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Search and follow the guide to install CWM via fastboot

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man try the TPT method...or the fastboot method if your PC can recognise your usb then try fastboot method...

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[Guide] de-bricking a ZTE Blade on the top of topics

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thanks for the replies, my pc does recognise my phine but under unknown andriod phone.I have even installe zte driver but it disent seem to help.

can anybody explain me how to use abd for fastboot.If i use TPT method i need to know which variant Dell XCD35 is does anybody know.?

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thanks for the replies, my pc does recognise my phine but under unknown andriod phone.I have even installe zte driver but it disent seem to help.

can anybody explain me how to use abd for fastboot.If i use TPT method i need to know which variant Dell XCD35 is does anybody know.?

no luck with the fastboot...even if your pc can recognise your usb but under name unknow device....so i think you can use the TPT method....what gen is your phone???

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thanks for the replies, my pc does recognise my phine but under unknown andriod phone.I have even installe zte driver but it disent seem to help.

can anybody explain me how to use abd for fastboot.If i use TPT method i need to know which variant Dell XCD35 is does anybody know.?

Connect your phone in bootloader mode, the PC will automatically install the drivers from internet.

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no luck with the fastboot...even if your pc can recognise your usb but under name unknow device....so i think you can use the TPT method....what gen is your phone???

I have installed MMHMP on my phone by TPT method,but now it wont recignize my local network its airplane mode is always on ..mobile networks option in settings is disabled .what do you think should i do.

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Connect your phone in bootloader mode, the PC will automatically install the drivers from internet.

thanks i tried it ,but it didnt work so i uses TPT method.i phone has started but wont connect to network.

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thanks i tried it ,but it didnt work so i uses TPT method.i phone has started but wont connect to network.

check your imei no.

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check your imei no.

the imei no is same on phone (hardware ) and in the phone settings..

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ok simplist think to do

take the memory card out of the zte blade

use a memory card adapter/another phone to copy a tpt to your memory card

then put the card in your phone. take battery out. then put back in, press power button and hold vol+ and menu

if i remember right this is the right key combo

clockwork mod is assigned to (menu and volume-)

if i remember right volume+ and menu is the default

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Thank you all for your suggestions..

debricked my phone successfully...special thanks to Amphoras and hedgepigdaniel.

thanks a lot...:) :) :) :) :) :) :)

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