Originally Posted by evol_201014
As I see many this problem and I have to say they made an error in installation by choosing wrong ROM etc u have to flash stock then right ROM
Agreed, and the way to do this is to get your ROM from a source that exactly describes the hardware for which it's intended.
I recently fixed a bootloop on a little-known phone, by downloading the ROM from the needROM
site. It seems the manufacturer (M-Horse) has (at least) two different hardware revisions carrying the same model name. And yes, it's right-on, there were many forum posts from users who accidentally flashed the wrong ROM -- and then were surprised why, on the first reboot, they had the 'white screen'.
The only way I could be sure was after matching the identification numbers beneath the battery with the photos provided next to the ROM download link, on the needROM