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Try to flash a stock rom through sp tools. The procedure is given here in this thread or go to chinaphonearena.com
There is a section for "how to flash a rom via sp tools".

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Default 9976t bricked

Thank you for your answer mirchichamu.
No, I cannot flash anything because my phone does not boot.
No way to boot or enter a recovery mode.
No way to use adb.
I can just have something like FASTBOOT mode, but I have no answer to my commands "fastboot devices"
 
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Fastboot it not really the best option.
You could try: "fastboot erase cache" and "fastboot reboot".
Theoretically you should be able to reflash the recovery from it, but I don't know if/how that works.
List of commands: http://androidforums.com/one-s-all-t...t-command.html


Flashing with SP-Flashtool doesn't need a working/booting phone.

It only needs a connection via VCOM.

So you need to install the appropriate drivers on your PC, if not already installed.
Then you can make a backup just in case.
After that use SP-Flashtool to flash the autoCWM-recovery.
autoCWM is good for all kinds of stuff.

Why did you try to change the recovery in the first place?
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@LapouX
Flashing with SP-Flashtool doesn't need a working/booting phone.

It only needs a connection via VCOM.

So you need to install the appropriate drivers on your PC, if not already installed.
Then you can make a backup just in case.
After that use SP-Flashtool to flash the autoCWM-recovery.
Thank you to both of you Mirchichamu and Thor
I think you are right : I should not be too much bothered by the fact that fastboot does not work.
You give me some hope that my phone is not completely broken when you say
"Flashing with SP-Flashtool doesn't need a working/booting phone."
I tried to follow Thor's cookbook but unsuccessfully:
Hopefully I was able to create a scattered file on my PC before I bricked it.
But I am now stucked in step 14 : the progress bar show 0% and does not progress.
Probably my drivers are not correctly set-up.
Drivers on Windows are not "plug and play" but "plug and pray"
When I plug my phone (unpowered), USBDeview shows activ device "Preloader USB VCOM Port"
But nothing in Windows Device Manager.
I hate windows and drivers. I think I will have to setup a clean Windows to have working drivers :-/

Thank you to both of you my friends. I do not feel too much lonely now because you answered me kindly
 
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@larpoux

Preloader USB VCOM is correct.

Someone in here said, that he needed to push volume up or down or powerbutton to start the flashing in SP-Flashtool.
I'm not exactly sure, which button that was.

Your phone isn't dead, only disabled.

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Disconnect your phone. Click on download and then connect your phone immediately.

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Default Coolpad 9976A ROOT

Hello guys
I had explored into 3e system recovery cwm but get stucked with this page as shown
Now send the package you want to apply
to the device with " adb side<file name>"...

Is there a function or button to reset? please advises
Thank-you
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