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Rattonboy

Think i have bricked my the crescent/San francisco 2

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Went to flash a tpt and now my phone doesn't enter cwm. I have Downloaded countless different tpts with different cwm and now i only get a white line at the button of the screen and the red light stays on. Can anyone help any help will be apreciated.

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Does your phone boot to the bootloader? if so you could try to fastboot flash a new cwm recovery, if it doesn't, well try and download a new tpt and using a sdcard reader transfer that to your phones sd, and then try flashing the new tpt.

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Does your phone boot to the bootloader? if so you could try to fastboot flash a new cwm recovery, if it doesn't, well try and download a new tpt and using a sdcard reader transfer that to your phones sd, and then try flashing the new tpt.

Have flashed like three different tpts but no difference.
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Did the countless TPTs include any non-Crescent ones?

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Did the countless TPTs include any non-Crescent ones?

All the tpts i tried were for san francisco 2 i double checked.

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daft question but better ask... do you have the sf2 or tvm?

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Then as the_crevis asked, can you get to the bootloader? Or how does it get detected as from your PC?

Have you tried the ZTE restore tool thing?

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Then as the_crevis asked, can you get to the bootloader? Or how does it get detected as from your PC?

Have you tried the ZTE restore tool thing?

My pc doesn't find the phone. have used ftm and flashed a new tpt but now it doesn't load any rom i flash or restore any backup i have tried, oh and by the way i have sf2.
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