emenems

Unbrick my G300 without volume buttons

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Hi,

few months ago my g300 volume buttons get broken. They don't work, so I can't get recovery or bootload mode. Today I updated my Cyanogenmod through OTA and my phone's bricked. When I turn it on I get "Unfortunally the process com.android.systemui has stopped" or similar errors. Do I should do wipe? I probably do, but how without working volume buttons? :/

Sorry for my English.

Thank you for help.

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You could use TWRP to reinstall a rom as it's fully touch based. If you can get into fastboot mode you can flash TWRP using your computer.

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You could use TWRP to reinstall a rom as it's fully touch based. If you can get into fastboot mode you can flash TWRP using your computer.

I can't get into fastboot, because volume buttons don't work. Is thery other way (without using volume buttons)?

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I can't get into fastboot, because volume buttons don't work. Is thery other way (without using volume buttons)?

I'm not sure what can be done then, I have never been in this situation personally.

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with adb:
adb reboot fastboot

 

download twrp (and drivers) and in fastboot flash recovery

 

then fastboot reboot.

it will reboot.

in system,

adb reboot recovery.

in recovery, install a rom, like mine :D(matrix rom)

problem solved

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@up

ADB doesn't detect my phone. I get only "List of devices attached".

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@up

ADB doesn't detect my phone. I get only "List of devices attached".

Install the huawei g300 drivers

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