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[Q]Un-brick ZTE Blade

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QuickSync95    3
I need help to unbrick my device.I basically tried a rom from internet (LEWA),flashed it with cwm and now i'm stuck at the boot screen.I can't get cwm to work or the stock recovery. 
Do you guys have any ideas how to fix it.

 

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djfnz    40

 

I need help to unbrick my device.I basically tried a rom from internet (LEWA),flashed it with cwm and now i'm stuck at the boot screen.I can't get cwm to work or the stock recovery. 
Do you guys have any ideas how to fix it.

 

ADB working? I think you stuck in bootloader!

 

fastboot reboot recovery

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QuickSync95    3

first of all lthank you for the quick respons...well when i try to connect it with usb it's turning on and remains at the little green robot logo...

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djfnz    40

first of alllthank you for the quick respons...well when i try to connect it with usb it's turning on and remains at the little green robot logo...

This is working system??? 

 

green robot logo? This is the bootloader logo or in system?

 

can you enable usb debugging?

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QuickSync95    3

This is working system??? 

 

green robot logo? This is the bootloader logo or in system?

 

can you enable usb debugging?

first logo ...and no i can't it doesn't start

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QuickSync95    3

To sum it up 

When i press power button first logo then stuck. 

Volum up + power first logo then stuck 

Volum down + power same. 

Connect to pc first logo no leds stuck. 

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shiftyc    18

Assuming you're using Windows, go to this post and download the ZTE USB drivers and Android SDK onto your computer.  Extract the SDK and find the folder in Windows Explorer that contains fastboot.exe, usually blah\sdk\platform-tools.  Hold down the shift key, right-click the folder and select "Open command window here".

 

Connect phone to computer via USB cable and start it up.  Wait a few seconds, then on the computer type

fastboot devices

What does it say on the computer screen?

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QuickSync95    3

Assuming you're using Windows, go to this post and download the ZTE USB drivers and Android SDK onto your computer.  Extract the SDK and find the folder in Windows Explorer that contains fastboot.exe, usually blah\sdk\platform-tools.  Hold down the shift key, right-click the folder and select "Open command window here".

 

Connect phone to computer via USB cable and start it up.  Wait a few seconds, then on the computer type

fastboot devices

What does it say on the computer screen?

it doesn't show anything 

Also the pc doesn't react when phone plugged in usb 

Windows 8.1

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targetbsp    467

Under Windows 8, you'd have to enable unsigned drivers before installing the ZTE drivers.  Google will tell you how.

I just use my XP based laptop for communicating with my phone - it's less hassle!

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QuickSync95    3

Under Windows 8, you'd have to enable unsigned drivers before installing the ZTE drivers.  Google will tell you how.

I just use my XP based laptop for communicating with my phone - it's less hassle!

ok but there is a problem i mean the phone doesn't show up...i fear it might take a jtag wich of course means service...

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QuickSync95    3

Doesn't show up where?  Have you looked in Device Manager?

Yes of course but no communication whatsoever with pc ,also doesn't charge.  

Is there any way to start this device in fastboot mod or something similar?

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djfnz    40

Yes of course but no communication whatsoever with pc ,also doesn't charge. 

Fastboot driver its installed?

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QuickSync95    3

Fastboot driver its installed?

Not sure due to the fact that it doesn't react much(just starting and nothing else).

Could you please provide a link.

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targetbsp    467

You can;t install the drivers under Windows 8 unless you disable the unsigned driver protection in the OS.  So you won't be able to communicate with it...

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QuickSync95    3

You can;t install the drivers under Windows 8 unless you disable the unsigned driver protection in the OS.  So you won't be able to communicate with it...

Done that still nothing. As i said the phone just starts and then freezes.

I guess it's a lost case.

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djfnz    40

Done that still nothing. As i said the phone just starts and then freezes.

I guess it's a lost case.

 The only opction go GSM and JTAG your phone!

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djfnz    40

I have new idea!!! 1.) Take out the battery -> 2) Then push the volume+ and power button and meanwhile put back the battery!! 

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QuickSync95    3

I have new idea!!! 1.) Take out the battery -> 2) Then push the volume+ and power button and meanwhile put back the battery!! 

No it doesn't work.

Thank you guy for the support :), but i guess a service it's the only hope. 

A moderator please close this topic

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