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[Q] How to install the STOCK FIRMWARE?

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By mostevil94, Junior Member on 4th March 2014, 06:02 PM
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I have problems with my Smartphone stock rom since i rooted and i deleted some system apps , i didn't installed cmw recovery just have stock recovery, the brand sent me the firmware via gmail and i downloaded it, i don't know how to install it its a zip file that contains : boot.img, cache.img, system.img and more, well i don't know what to do to install this to restore the phone rom PLEASE HELP ME!
 
 
6th March 2014, 02:32 AM |#2  
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I have problems with my Smartphone stock rom since i rooted and i deleted some system apps , i didn't installed cmw recovery just have stock recovery, the brand sent me the firmware via gmail and i downloaded it, i don't know how to install it its a zip file that contains : boot.img, cache.img, system.img and more, well i don't know what to do to install this to restore the phone rom PLEASE HELP ME!

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6th March 2014, 10:35 AM |#3  
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just download your stock firmware and flash it with cwm. cmiiw



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Hi thanks for reply, my hone is a new brand called Szenio from spain, a mediatek mt6582m processor phone called Szenio Syreni 50QHD, i can't find CMW recovery for this phone cause its not popular its new, they just sent me the firmware zip , with 378mb, i have windows 8 if there is any way to install this zip to my phone with any program.
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[QUOTE=bdkbdkbdk;50862174]just download your stock firmware and flash it with cwm. cmiiw

I can't find a version of cmw recovery for my phone cause is recent, unpopular new brand Szenio, model Syreni 50QHD
They sent me just the zip with the rom but i don't know what to bo, if i had cmw but i can't find a version for my phone.
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Hi thanks for reply, my hone is a new brand called Szenio from spain, a mediatek mt6582m processor phone called Szenio Syreni 50QHD, i can't find CMW recovery for this phone cause its not popular its new, they just sent me the firmware zip , with 378mb, i have windows 8 if there is any way to install this zip to my phone with any program.


This will help you, visit this link http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1982587 : Bueno:
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7th March 2014, 06:20 AM |#7  
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you should restore the backup u had made before flashing anything
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you should restore the backup u had made before flashing anything

I didn't had anything to do, with stock recovery i can't do anything just factory reset, i just rooted phone with Framaroot and i deleted some system apps with a app form play store, i got a force close error when i go to display settings.
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This will help you, visit this link http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1982587 : Bueno:

I downloaded latest version of SP Flash tool , mtk usb drivers for windows 8, when iopen flash tool and i select scatter file i press download , after i connect smartphone in the bottom right - Mediatek preloader USB VCOM port (COM3) and get stuck at 0% of process, don't show any progress bar with red just 0%, other version of SD Flash tool i get erorr after red progress : error 8200, i don't know what to do, what is the problem.
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I downloaded latest version of SP Flash tool , mtk usb drivers for windows 8, when iopen flash tool and i select scatter file i press download , after i connect smartphone in the bottom right - Mediatek preloader USB VCOM port (COM3) and get stuck at 0% of process, don't show any progress bar with red just 0%, other version of SD Flash tool i get erorr after red progress : error 8200, i don't know what to do, what is the problem.

You must load the correct scatter file (in your case mt6582), turn off your phone, remove the battery and replace it after some seconds (and don't turn on the phone).
Press F9 (or hit Download button) and connect your phone into the computer via USB data cable.
The process will start and a red progress bar will appear.
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