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Looks like. Try to claim warranty after flashing stock boot and recovery and relocking your phone and hope that they'll replace your motherboard.
If I could to a stock flashing and recovery I would not be needed to claim waranty . As long as I can't write or read anyhing on EMMC, I can't do any of these. Besides I have no warranty no more...

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If you find anything else about what I previously asked, please let me know.
 
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If I could to a stock flashing and recovery I would not be needed to claim waranty . As long as I can't write or read anyhing on EMMC, I can't do any of these. Besides I have no warranty no more...

Thanks anyway.
If you find anything else about what I previously asked, please let me know.
You don't have warranty? Because If you have, there is an easy solution. Kill your motherboard and send the phone to warranty! If they can't turn it on, they won't see that you unlocked your bootloader.
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