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How to full erase system,boot,Cache, Dalvik Cach?
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How to full erase system,boot,Cache, Dalvik Cach?

Do you have recovery installed?
In a recovery, suppose twrp, there will be option named "Wipe"
In that go to "Advanced Wipe"..
Then select system,data. cache, dalvik cache and swipe to wipe!
Done.
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Do you have recovery installed?
In a recovery, suppose twrp, there will be option named "Wipe"
In that go to "Advanced Wipe"..
Then select system,data. cache, dalvik cache and swipe to wipe!
Done.


Do that all bt boot not erase.any other solution?
Thanks for help...
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Do that all bt boot not erase.any other solution?
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Boot is automatically erased when we wipe system
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Boot is automatically erased when we wipe system

When I wipe everyting all things erased bt boot not...
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When I wipe everyting all things erased bt boot not...

What do you want to do?
Installing a custom rom will require the steps i said above..
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What do you want to do?
Installing a custom rom will require the steps i said above..

No bro..I tried everything to lock bootloder bt nothing work..so I think if full erase everything might be work to lock bootloder.....
Any soluation ?
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When I wipe everyting all things erased bt boot not...

The same method is followed for both CWM and TWRP but dont know why it doesnot delete in your case. Coz if you are doing a advanced wipe it will surely delete boot files for sure.
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The same method is followed for both CWM and TWRP but dont know why it doesnot delete in your case. Coz if you are doing a advanced wipe it will surely delete boot files for sure.

Why bootloder not unlock?any idea?
I tried every thing...

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