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unicorn4rk
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Unhappy K900 [Dead] - Blinking Home Buttom Lights

Hi To All Member of XDA

Don't Think I am NewBie On XDA. But Never Faced That Kind of Issue And Still Not Find Any Solution For It, So Finally Need To Post This.

Lenovo K900 -

My Handset is Fully Dead. - [ Bought From India ]

Already Tried All Methods :
  • Normal Power Key Start-up [ Failed ]
  • Volume Up + Power Key - Boot Screen Start-up [ Failed ]

- Result of Above Two Methods : [ Just Blinking White Light of Home Key - Even NO USB Logo ]


Another Ways Found To Solve This Issue

Installed
IntelAndroidDrvSetup1.2.0
iSocUSB-Driver-Setup-1.0.2
ManufacturingFlashTool_Setup_6.0.2
xFSTK-Setup-1.3.6

All Softwares & Drivers are Properly Installed.

Already Tried MFT 6.02 (Manufacturing Flashing Tool) - Follow All Instruction Carefully

- Result
[ Port 0/0/5 #0: IFW flash failed @ 4%
SOC Device is disconnected - state:1 - status - Flashing IFWI
DEBUG : SOC device lost on port 5
]
- SOC Device Lost Because Device Not Responding

*Note : There is No Problem in Firmware File [Not Corrupted or Missed]

So Overall, I had applied All Available Methods Written on Interent. Already Tried ADB And FASTBOOT - No Result

Searched alot Site For Solution - Xda-Developers, Official Lenovo Forum [US, Russian] And Many More, Continue Finding Solution From Last 48 Hours, Can't Sleep Properly.

My Phone is TOTALLY UNRESPONSIVE And will not even go to the boot screen.

So, XDA is My Only HOPE



 
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try pluging charger for at least 4 hours without touching the device , then try manufacturing flash tool method
 
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try pluging charger for at least 4 hours without touching the device , then try manufacturing flash tool method
Thanks.... Already Tried.... No Result.
 
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try pluging charger for at least 4 hours without touching the device , then try manufacturing flash tool method
Finally Lenovo is Failed To Start Cell, They Give Me Replacement. Wow...
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