[Q] MT6572 stuck at "Select Boot Mode" screen...
This is the phone I have, some sort of "Huawei Honor 3CL":
Hardware : MT6572 (MT6589 is Fake!)
Model : android
Build number : ALPS.JB3.MP.V1.6
Build date UTC : 20140121-050308
Android v : 4.2.2
Baseband v: MOLY.WR8.W1315.MD.WG.MP.V4.P6, 2013/11/13 11:04
Kernel v : 3.4.5 (lxy@tastech-desktop) (gcc version 4.6.x-google 20120106 (prerelease) (GCC) ) #1 SMP Tue Jan 21 18:49:48 CST 2014
Uboot build v : -----
LCD Driver IC : 1-iti9806_dsi_vdo
I connected a USB cable while USB debugging is on but something strange happened and the screen went blank and unresponsive. So I unplugged it and hard restarted the phone, and it came up with a text menu with a small font:
Select boot mode:
VOLUME_UP to select. VOLUME_DOWN is OK
But I can't select anything from the menu as the arrow is constantly moving and the buttons are unresponsive.
I've managed to get into the Chinese character "Factory Mode" by battery out, battery in, and holding DOWN VOL + POWER. This got me ADB.
Done a backup from the MTK Droid Root & Tools v2.5.3, and the log was:
We keep blocks:
- preloader_and_dsp - ERROR : Zero file, no space left on device!
--- We keep folders contents copying on PC
--- We pack everything kept in archive: D:\APPS\MTK\MTKDroidTools\backups\android_140121_backup_140511-014003.zip
--- task end with ERROR ---
I can't find the firmware for this thing anywhere, what can I do in adb shell to fix this? Any other suggestions please?