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Solution to bootloop due to firmware without the offline charging

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1st May 2014, 10:56 PM |#11  
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You could try the service center :P or in case you have a recovery and you can acces it in this small amount of time, maybe you can charge your phone from recovery

That is true but is a shame that the phone does not bring a recovery in its stock rom.

Service center = place? To Make the warranty valid?
 
 
2nd May 2014, 03:30 AM |#12  
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  • Remove the Cover Battery.
  • Remove the 10 screws.
  • Remove the back cover carefully (a connector remains attached to the cover).
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  • ...and remove battery connector.
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So, the purpose of physically removing the battery is to allow flashing a whole ftf when battery is almost zero charge, is it? If having enough charge for ROM flashing, no need to do this I suppose. Just asking for clarification.. . Thanks for the tip though.

Btw, you can enclose those pics in "img" BB code, [img][/img], so it's displayed. If pics are huge, cluttering the page, can enclose with "hide" code like this..
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2nd May 2014, 03:57 AM |#13  
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So, the purpose of physically removing the battery is to allow flashing a whole ftf when battery is almost zero charge, is it? If having enough charge for ROM flashing, no need to do this I suppose. Just asking for clarification.. . Thanks for the tip though.

Btw, you can enclose those pics in "img" BB code, [img][/img], so it's displayed. If pics are huge, cluttering the page, can enclose with "hide" code like this..
[hide][img][/img][/hide].

Yes. When battery is almost zero charge and no way to charge (Phone without offline charge mode).

When I create the topic did not have permission to post links or images.
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30th May 2014, 02:50 PM |#14  
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Man.! Thanks a lot. This is the only working method in Internet.
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