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my last question....how do i enable the USB Debugging. It shows as being OFF.

Can i do through boot loader or through the CMD Prompt..?
 
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my last question....how do i enable the USB Debugging. It shows as being OFF.

Can i do through boot loader or through the CMD Prompt..?
okey here's what you do, you don't have to have usb debugging enabled. that's only for adb purposes. You need to try and access the twrp recovery from the bootloader. If it doesn't work. try and look for the boot.img file of a twrp recovery for your device and flash that through fastboot
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