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Lenovo s720i bootloop after flashing new rom

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10th June 2014, 02:23 PM   |  #1  
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I tried to change my friend's rom on his lenovo s720i.
After rooting and flashing new rom via the CWM the phone entered into a bootloop.
I cant access the CWM anymore (dont know how to enter there without booting) and i dont know what can i do.

Anyone can help me? Maybe explain me how to flash new rom without recovery or available boot?

Thank you.
10th June 2014, 03:14 PM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by FireEye

I tried to change my friend's rom on his lenovo s720i.
After rooting and flashing new rom via the CWM the phone entered into a bootloop.
I cant access the CWM anymore (dont know how to enter there without booting) and i dont know what can i do.

Anyone can help me? Maybe explain me how to flash new rom without recovery or available boot?

Thank you.

your phone is brick. did you pull out battery and try again? if not flash with stock rom
10th June 2014, 03:37 PM   |  #3  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by FireEye

I tried to change my friend's rom on his lenovo s720i.
After rooting and flashing new rom via the CWM the phone entered into a bootloop.
I cant access the CWM anymore (dont know how to enter there without booting) and i dont know what can i do.

Anyone can help me? Maybe explain me how to flash new rom without recovery or available boot?

Thank you.

Try Flashing the stock rom!!

This link Might Help

http://www.needrom.com/mobile/lenovo-s720/
10th June 2014, 03:57 PM   |  #4  
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your phone is brick. did you pull out battery and try again? if not flash with stock rom

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Try Flashing the stock rom!!

This link Might Help

http://www.needrom.com/mobile/lenovo-s720/

can it be a brick if the phone is loading the lenovo logo only? from my experience with other phones that's an unseccessful flash.
any way i tried the link you gave me but the english there is not very understandable.

i triend it and when i press firmware -> upgrade i got a popup massage that says: "please make sure all images are checked to be downloaded for "firmware Upgrade"!"

but... i did checked the recovery :/
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ok i did so:
1. turned the phone to meta mode.
2. connected to USB.
3. pressed download on the flash tool.
4. after the process i got that error:


anyone?
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