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Can repair HUAWEI BOOTLOADER?

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By jokosher, Member on 2nd February 2014, 08:11 PM
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Can I repair Huawei bootloader without using Box?I erased bootloader from fastboot,then reboot.Now completely dead! How can I fix it? Pls help.

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2nd February 2014, 08:18 PM |#2  
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Can I repair Huawei bootloader without using Box?I erased bootloader from fastboot,then reboot.Now completely dead! How can I fix it? Pls help.

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What command you used for erase bootloader ?
2nd February 2014, 08:23 PM |#3  
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fastboot erase bootloader,thank u for reply.

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2nd February 2014, 08:42 PM |#4  
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fastboot erase bootloader,thank u for reply.

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Ok, can I ask you, why did you run this command ?
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2nd February 2014, 08:55 PM |#5  
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Ok, can I ask you, why did you run this command ?

This is slightly comical, but I believe he wanted to delete the old bootloader and then flash a new one. Don't think this can be fixed without a box. ODIN maybe?
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Yeap bro,bcoz I can't install firmware normal way.So I flashed all partition from fastboot.Main process was to repair imei null.

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2nd February 2014, 08:59 PM |#7  
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Yeap bro,bcoz I can't install firmware normal way.So I flashed all partition from fastboot.Main process was to repair imei null.

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Why did you restart after erasing bootloader?
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This is slightly comical, but I believe he wanted to delete the old bootloader and then flash a new one. Don't think this can be fixed without a box. ODIN maybe?

Ok, but only if the device respond to command ( using USB cable ) , because I think there will be also driver issue ! If your PC cannot recognize the device, than the device is dead !
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Right,my mistake was reboot command.That should be after reflashed bootloader.

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Ok, but only if the device respond to command ( using USB cable ) , because I think there will be also driver issue ! If your PC cannot recognize the device, than the device is dead !

Yes, thats what im thinking. Without bootloader, nothing starts and no usb drivers are loaded. Bricked .
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Right,my mistake was reboot command.That should be after reflashed bootloader.

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How long ago did you buy the phone? If it was under 14 days ago then take it back as fast as possible.
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