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Service Lenovo A3000 startup modes

Here are some modes I tested myself:

1. Connecting your device (while it is Powered-OFF) to PC with USB cable > PreLoader(for flash tool).
2. Power button OR USB while holding volume down. > Factory Mode (Chinese List).
 

3. Power button OR USB while holding volume Up > Select Boot mode (Recovery, Fastboot, Normal)
 

4. Power button while holding both volume Up & Down > Meta mode.
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Here are some modes I tested myself:

1. Connecting your device (while it is Powered-OFF) to PC with USB cable > PreLoader(for flash tool).
2. Power button OR USB while holding volume down. > Factory Mode (Chinese List).
 

3. Power button OR USB while holding volume Up > Select Boot mode (Recovery, Fastboot, Normal)
 

4. Power button while holding both volume Up & Down > Meta mode.
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META mode is used to flash/repair lost IMEI, wifi Mac, Serial Numbers, BT address, etc..
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sir i have been waiting for u since long time i thought you were inactive can u explain
the sources posted in below post how they are useful ..i am asking as you are the only developer we had in our forum
http://forum.xda-developers.com/leno...a3000-t2656375

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META mode is used to flash/repair lost IMEI, wifi Mac, Serial Numbers, BT address, etc..
sir i have been waiting for u since long time i thought you were inactive can u explain
the sources posted in below post how they are useful ..i am asking as you are the only developer we had in our forum
http://forum.xda-developers.com/leno...a3000-t2656375
 
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That are kernel sources. Using those sources, you can compile a custom (homemade) kernel. They also make it easier to build aftermarket firmwares such as CyanogenMod or Omni.

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