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  1. linuxod added a post in a topic Can't find working ZTE San Francisco II Orange P736V ROM   

    OMG.... it's easier to cut your own hand than to find a proper software and install a proper image, firmware, rom....
     
    This is the guide which helped me to unbrick ZTE Orange San Franciso II:
     
     1. Go to this guide STEP 5: http://www.modaco.com/topic/343587-guide-de-bricking-a-zte-blade/?p=1759705
     
     BUT!!! instead of using download link provided in Flash firmware - point 1:
     
     
    Refer to this comment: http://www.modaco.com/topic/360391-zte-blade-s-firmware/?p=2080384
    and download flasher here: http://www.mediafire.com/?c51d4caabgxm96s
     
    This zip contains firmware for Crescent which you must select on step 3:
     
     
    It's OK to install wrong firmware, but the hardware will work strangely, you will notice that some buttons are misplaced
     
    In the rest - follow the instructions till the end of flashing.
     
    Next - download any TPT from here: http://www.modaco.com/topic/355870-tpt-for-sf2/
     
    And combination of Home + Vol Up + Power will finally work (!)
     
     After the end of the progrees a ClockworkMode will boot up with blue fancy background and it will react to Home button to select options.
     
     Flash everything and install ROM from zip on SD. You can refer this link for more details: http://www.modaco.com/topic/366017-rom-custom-piratedroidv2-p736e-and-p736v-int2extv2-running-1gb-internal-memory/
     
    It is very important, don't think that ZTE Blade is the ZTE San Francisco II , because Google will try to confuse you. Make sure that you are downloaded proper firwmare for flasher, proper TPT and proper ROM.
     
    Thanks to all! Great forum, great people
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  2. linuxod added a post in a topic Can't find working ZTE San Francisco II Orange P736V ROM   

    Hi, dodgetimmy
     
     
    I tried to recover it with the adb and fastboot... Well... this is what I get:
    C:\fastboot-recovery>adb version Android Debug Bridge version 1.0.26 C:\fastboot-recovery>adb devices List of devices attached К recovery C:\fastboot-recovery>adb reboot bootloader C:\fastboot-recovery>fastboot-windows.exe flash image image.bin sending 'image' (8150 KB)... OKAY writing 'image'... FAILED (remote: unknown partition name) Am I doing something wrong? >.<
     
     
    ..................................................
     
    I think I found the source of my problems... I noticed that in Clockwork mode I can't select an option with Home button, I can select it with double click Menu button (wtf?). I revized all methods I tried and noticed that ZTE Firmware Flasher software shows another model in "About" section. I attached the screenshot below.... Is there any hope to revert it back? Maybe exists Firmware Flasher for P736V?
     

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  3. linuxod added a post in a topic Can't find working ZTE San Francisco II Orange P736V ROM   

     
    Thanks for response. I have the similar issue with this topic: http://www.modaco.com/topic/351845-possible-brick-any-ideas/ . Phone doesn't react to any combination of buttons to enter the TPT and do the work. I found that ZTE Update Tool helped to solve the problem, but all links are dead today. I'll try to install Piratedroid, Androlim or Fish n Chips and give you my feedback
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  4. linuxod added a post in a topic Can't find working ZTE San Francisco II Orange P736V ROM   

    Hi Typhus_,
     
     Thanks for the answer, I tried to install TPT P736EV1.0.0B13 but it freezes for 30 minutes on first line
     
    load /mmc1/image/qcsblhd_cfgdata.mbn
     
     I'll try now the link you provided
     
    UPDATE:
     
     I tried instructions from the link: http://www.modaco.com/topic/355870-tpt-for-sf2/
     
     1. Downloaded image.bin
     2. Formatted SD card
     3. Created image folder
     4. Copied image.bin into image folder
     5. Turn off the battery for 1 minute
     6. Started the phone with the combination: Home + Vol Up + Power
     
    No result, just Android Logo.
     
    I have flashed it recently with ZTE Firmware Flasher, so I can get to FTM mode or CWM. I can run TPT with combination of 3 buttons only if the image folder contains sctructure like on the image below
     

     
    But still no result to see system desktop
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  5. linuxod added a topic in ZTE Blade 2 / Crescent - Crescent.MoDaCo.com   

    Can't find working ZTE San Francisco II Orange P736V ROM
    Hello,
     
     Google tells me that San Francisco II is known as ZTE Blade (why the hell?)
      Last few days I was installing one by one different ROMs from ZTE Blade and found out they are no suitable for this phone.
     
     I tried to search roms by model name written at the back side of the phone
     
    Orange San Francisco II
    P736V
     
     Installed two roms from:
     
     http://www.modaco.com/topic/349014-rom-de-branded-rom-for-zte-blade-2orange-san-francisco-iit-mobile-vivacity-gingerbread/
     
    http://www.modaco.com/topic/361836-romcrescent-slimbean-31-android-422-07042013/
     
     And system freezes on the Android logo. Nothing else.
     
     When I was trying to install ZTE Blade ROMs I atleast got to the system screen with unworking touch screen (of course it didn't, wrong model).
     
     Can anyone help me? My model is like on the picture below:
     

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  6. linuxod added a post in a topic ZTE San Francisco II Orange ROM badluck   

     
    Niether, I have a phone like on the image below. Anyway, thanks for help, I'll go to ZTE Blade II topics
     

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  7. linuxod added a post in a topic ZTE San Francisco II Orange ROM badluck   

    Hi Diehard,
     
    Thanks for reply. I got label San Francisco II on the front, over the screen. At the back side under the battery it is written:
     
    Orange San Francisco II
    P736V
     
    All links I gave - it is ROMs I found from google results, all references in google tells me that ZTE Blade it's the same San Francisco II. Don't know if it is so, but didn't find anything more.
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  8. linuxod added a topic in ZTE Blade / Libra ROMs & ROM customisation   

    ZTE San Francisco II Orange ROM badluck
    Hello everyone,
     
     Few days ago my ZTE San Francisco II made an update and stopped to work. On boot screen it freezes on Orange logo and dies. I tried to reinstall it with many ways:
     
      Like here :http://www.modaco.com/topic/343587-guide-de-bricking-a-zte-blade/ (Point 5)
     
      I was updating it from GEN1 to GEN2 via TPT, I tried to install almost all ROMs from here:
    http://www.modaco.com/topic/329856-02may-roms-current-known-available-roms-for-the-zte-blade-gen1/ .
      Some of them didn't even boot to screen, other has restared constantly, and others did boot to screen with dead touchscreen.
     
     I tried to apply solution from this comment:
       http://www.modaco.com/topic/331696-maybe-solved-touchscreen-does-not-react-after-flashing-an-new-rom/?p=1666771
     But couldn't find Swedish Spring RLS4 ROM, all references are changed to this page:
       http://www.modaco.com/topic/334849-rom-froyo-swedish-spring-rls5-2011-04-19-oledtft-gen1gen2/
     
     I tried to apply update to Swedish Spring RLS5 since I couldn't find any RLS4, but got Installation Aborded during package run (in Clockwork mode).
     
     Yes, I tried to apply official roms from here:
      http://www.modaco.com/topic/318417-oledtft-06dec-stock-rom-downloads-online-kitchen/
     
     Got Orange logo, system screen but touch screen still not working.
     
     Can anyone help me?
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  9. linuxod added a topic in ZTE Blade / Libra ROMs & ROM customisation   

    ZTE San Francisco II Orange ROM badluck
    Sorry, accidental duplication of http://www.modaco.com/topic/371532-zte-san-francisco-ii-orange-rom-badluck/
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