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11th February 2014, 11:42 AM   |  #11  
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im having the same problem my phone still stuck at logo for a week now please help I updated to b125 .I have pressed power buttons vol up nd down it just restarts and stuck at logo downloaded the "Stock_boot&recovery_B118" opend command but when I type "adb devices " it says adb is not recognized as a internal or external operable program or ,batch file
I have opend the cmd while hi suite is open but nothing seems to be working for me .also I have put update in dload folder in sdcard but its not reading that .
Very gratefull for any solutions I haven't tryd pliz ....also @jimbo77 wanted to ask is there a a stock boot and recovery for B125 not the one I have

If you phone stuck at boot adb will not work. Type fastboot devices. It will show ???? Device found. Then type fastboot comands to install recovery or boot.

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11th February 2014, 02:02 PM   |  #12  
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If you phone stuck at boot adb will not work. Type fastboot devices. It will show ???? Device found. Then type fastboot comands to install recovery or boot.

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is there something im doing wrong here HELP PLEASE
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11th February 2014, 02:51 PM   |  #13  
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is there something im doing wrong here HELP PLEASE

Yep. You are doing it wrong...

In the zip file you downloaded there are two files:

1.- boot.img
2.- recovery.img

Now you need to follow this guide to flash them to your phone:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2636231

Since your phone is not booting instead of following the adb commands you need to push both volume - and Power Buttons at the same time while you plug the usb cable to enter fastboot mode.

Once in fastboot mode follow the guide (from step 4 onwards) to flash the kernel (boot.img) and stock recovery (recovery.img)

Once you have flashed both, put any ROM in the dload folder of your external SDCARD. and then reboot the phone using the 3 button combo (Volume + , VOlume - and Power Button) Note that the phone needs to be unplugged from the computer...
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12th February 2014, 10:52 PM   |  #14  
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Yep. You are doing it wrong...

In the zip file you downloaded there are two files:

1.- boot.img
2.- recovery.img

Now you need to follow this guide to flash them to your phone:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2636231

Since your phone is not booting instead of following the adb commands you need to push both volume - and Power Buttons at the same time while you plug the usb cable to enter fastboot mode.

Once in fastboot mode follow the guide (from step 4 onwards) to flash the kernel (boot.img) and stock recovery (recovery.img)

Once you have flashed both, put any ROM in the dload folder of your external SDCARD. and then reboot the phone using the 3 button combo (Volume + , VOlume - and Power Button) Note that the phone needs to be unplugged from the computer...

I still get same error message when I try to flash kernel and recovery
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